Sep/Oct 2016 • Vol. XXXVIII No. 5 Fiction |

Degenerate Progenitors

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Texas Service Center Dallas, TX 26 May 2013 Dear District Director: My name is Sri Srinivasan, and I am the beneficiary of a pending green card application on the basis of my wife's American citizenship, as detailed in our previously filed Petition for Alien Relative (receipt number SRC1590611356). Unfortunately, I have reason to believe that this petition may soon be withdrawn, resulting in the loss of my legal immigration status in the United States and the denial of my green card (Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status, receipt number SRC1590612555). I am writing, therefore, to establish alternative eligibility for permanent residence. Based on my close perusal of the USCIS website (http://www.uscis. gov), it is my understanding that an individual may apply for permanent residence in the United States as an "Alien of Extraordinary Ability." This involves demonstrating that he is "one of the s

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