Seeking a green card for parents of a US citizen? This video explains the green card process, which starts with filing an I-130 petition for your mother or a petition for your father – all the way through what factors will make a difference at your parents green card interview.
However, certain requirements – such as where your parents are living, as well as how they entered the U.S. – will have a major effect on the success of your I-130 petition for alien relative and the outcome of your attempt to win a green card for parents.
For applicants who are considering to file form I-130 for parents, this discusses addresses when adjustment of status for parents in the U.S. is possible versus applying for parents’ green card through consular processing at a permanent residence interview abroad.
When it comes to your parents, there are only two requirements for the I-130 petition for alien relative, but don’t let this simplicity lull you into thinking that sponsoring parents for a green card is never complicated. In fact, the opposite is often true.
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WHO CAN YOU IMMIGRATE?
If you would like to know who you can immigrate – who you can file immigration petitions for, see this video:
Here are some common I-130 petition for alien relative questions:
Is more than one petition for the same immigrant possible? See this video:
Can you immigrate a nephew or niece? See this video:
GREEN CARD AND PERMANENT RESIDENCE:
Maybe you’re at the green card stage already. Here are some tips to help you avoid mistakes at your adjustment of status interview:
Are you thinking about a green card through marriage? If your interview is near, you do not want to miss out three-part series on interview questions:
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