This does mean he should go down there and apply for it --- if he does so, he will be barred from re-entering the U.
However, new finds from an early Mayan site called Ceibal in central Guatemala suggest otherwise.Whenever I meet someone new, I get asked the same questions about being Latina. ”“I've heard that Latinos eat beans and rice with everything. ”OK, not all foods in Latin countries are the same.It's pretty rare to find a Guatemalan American, and the conversations usually go a little something like this:“Are the tacos and empanadas different in your country? People keep thinking all Latinos are like Mexicans, which we aren't. I thought it might harm his status even further if they get married before the law changes.Be aware that when the immediate relative petition (Form I-130) is filed and approved, USCIS will send a notification stating that the application has been forwarded to the National Visa Center for processing an immigrant visa in Guatemala. Rather, the filing and approval of the I-130 will simply "get him in line" for any future amnesty.