My friend came to the US when he was only 2 years old, both his parents are permanent residents, but as he grew up, his parents divorced and seemed to forgot to file his residency. He is now 21, and is struggling to find himself stable to become a permanent resident, what should he do?
More information would benefit an accurate answer. Considering his parents are permanent residents and his length and age of entry, many possibilities may exist for him. Contact an immigration attorney ASAP.
He should consult an experienced immigration attorney and should have that attorney examine any and all immigration papers that he may have.
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