I think I have some understanding that immediate family members are a higher priority than non-immediate, but I'm not sure.
Since they are not in a preference category, the answer is essentially yes.
I agree. The answer is yes, and there is no limit
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Thank you for posting your question.
The Immigration & Nationality Act divides different familial relationships into different family-based preference categories, based on whether the petitioning individual is a U.S. citizen or a Lawful Permanent Resident. Some family members will be subject to priority date backlogs and some will be able to be classified as Immediate Relatives.
For a brief understanding of the different family-based preference categories and immediate relative status, please see my website: http://www.familytousa.com/family-preference-categories/
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Serotte Reich Wilson, LLP