I have a question for those who have some knowledge of immigration procedures.
I live in Venezuela with my wife (American-born citizen) and our daughter. We filled an I-130 on June last year, the USCIS case track hasn't updated and it still says the case has been received. A few months ago I followed some suggestions from other forum members to call USCIS and place and inquiry for expedited processing in view of our situation here in Venezuela (lack of food, medicine, no personal security, losing my job, etc). The USCIS answered the inquiry and they denied the request for expedited processing, arguing that we didn't provide enough evidence (they never asked about it neither we received information on how to send it).
Anyway, we feel that we need to escape from Venezuela, frankly, the conditions here are unbearable, the currency has lost all its value, food is extremely scarce. We are considering escaping to Argentina, although it will diminish considerably our funds for an eventual move to the US.
I have 2 questions regarding this. If we move to Argentina and our I-130 is approved, can we continue there the immigration process or would we have to travel back to Venezuela to continue the process?