Hi, I am Green card holder and in process of filing for my wife and 1 yr old sun. I am bit confused as I am getting conflicting advice regarding do I need to file separate I-130 for my 1 yrs old son. It is my understanding that my son will be a derivative beneficiary and his name should be included in question 17 C ( List husband/wife all children of your relative) and does not require a separate I-130.
Does my son need a separate I-130 or he should be included in same I-130 of my wife
He is an immediate relative so you will ned to file a separate petition for him
You have to file separate I 130 petition for your son.
You need a separate petition for him.
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer, whether myself or one of my colleagues, to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case.
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Agree, he needs a separate petition as an immediate family member.
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I agree with my colleagues, you must file a separate I-130 for your son.
Its your choice.
It is advisable to retain an Immigration Lawyer to represent you and explain the process to you.
As a green card holder petitioner, your family are not immediate relatives. So you are ok with one petition unless you will naturalize before they enter the us. At that time everyone will need a separate petition.