My grandmother lives in Honduras. She is getting sick and she needs to see a doctor here, all her family is here. My dad is a resident, but is not legally a U.S Citizen. He has two wait 2 years to become a citizen. I wanted to know what can happen I want to help I have a great job and I would love to help my grandmother as soon as possible. If you can please respond to me, at my email which is firstname.lastname@example.org please respond to my email. I would love to know. Thanks.
Sorry, there is no granddaughter/grandmother category.
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My colleagues are correct, you cannot sponsor your grandmother.
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