Let my Kids Come Home by Fixing the DS-260 form IT Issue
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I'm a US citizen who has been living in Canada for the past 8 years. This year, my husband and I decided to relocate back to the States and live in Minneapolis with our two amazing boys, who were adopted from Nova Scotia. Because our kids are Canadian citizens, we went through the process of applying for US visas, which have been approved and are supposedly ready to go. But they are unable to move to the US because a link to an online form called the DS-260 is broken. Simply filling out this form is the very last step in the visa process, and we are unable to do this because of this broken link. My family is being kept apart due to a technical glitch. There is no timeline when the system will be working again, and we can get no information from the Consulate in Montreal. I have had to move down to the US, while my husband and children have had to rely on the the generosity of friends to put them up.
Please sign my petition to encourage the state department to get this fixed so that I can be reunited with my family. Additionally, you can also email your Senator or Congressman to encourage them to fix thee online DS-260 link. If you don't know your Congressman you can go to www.senate.gov or www.house.gov.
Through the signing of other petitions, I've personally seen the power that change.org has, and am asking for your help to reunite my family.
Thank you so very much.
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