My mother received her green card and also became US citizen. She started a process by filig I-130 form and i was waiting but in the mean time I got married and my wife got phd in the use. Through her I got also F2 visa and moved to US. Now I wanted to get green card since my mom is US citizen. What should I do to get Green Card?
You mother’s I-130 will likely change categories automatically based on changes to her status and yours (marital status). You need to look at the Visa Bulletin, a listing of available visas and categories published by the Department of State each month to see the waiting times for each type of visa. I am providing a link to the Visa Bulletin below.
In addition to this issue, there are typically other concerns (depending on your specific facts) with your type of case. I will list some of them below: 1) Are you complying with your status, working without authorization; 2) the US Government could raise concerns with your F2 entry if you failed to disclose your mother’s status in the US or that you were being sponsored by our mother; 3) What other options might you have based on your current spouse, employment or other facts that are unknown.
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