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What if the Petitioner Dies?
What if the Petitioner Dies?

Widowers The widower of a United States citizen (USC) can still obtain lawful permanent residency even after the death of their spouse. To qualify for this benefit, the widower must have been married to the USC at the time of the citizen’s death, and s/he must file for ...

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