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Can my US-citizen sister and green card holder file at the same time an immigration petition for me?

Tucson, AZ |

I am a Filipino citizen, my sister is a US citizen and my mother is a green card holder. Can they both petition me at the same time?

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Yes - you can have more than one person file an immigrant visa petition on your behalf. For your lawful permanent resident mother to file for you, you need to be a minor Child or an Unmarried Son/Daughter.

See the Department of State Visa Bulletin at http://travel.state.gov/visa/bulletin/bulletin_1360.html

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Yes, although your mother can only petition for you if you are unmarried.

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