2 years ago, when I talked to a lawyer, he said for F2A I have to wait at least 3 years. (I am a green card mother, and my 16 daughter does not have status. She entered the US legally)
Now I understand F2A is open. So, can I file I-130 and I-485 for my daughter at the same time?
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In August you can do that.
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No, because she is not in lawful status.
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If you daughter doesn't have legal status then she cannot file an I-485. Best to consult an attorney asap.
Also, consider becoming a US citizen.
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No. To file the I-485, the person must be in valid non-immigrant status or must qualify for 245(i).
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