I have daughter who is 11. How does his petitioning for us affect her migrating with us?
Immediately. U.S. citizens who want their relatives to immigrate to the United States can file a Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, for their spouse, children and if the U.S. citizen is at least 21 years old, their parents and brothers or sisters. Do contact an immigration attorney for assistance in this matter.
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He can file the papers when he becomes 21 years old.
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I agree with my colleagues. Unlike some other USCIS processes, there is no early commence time for such a petition. Once he reaches 21, he can file the petitions.
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Your daughter cannot follow to join or be considered an immediate relative. As a result, she can be petitioned by your son, but will likely be left behind should you decide to immigrate.
There are humanitarian acts that take place from time to time in these situations. It is best to review the challenge with a competent and experienced immigration attorney before you risk over a thousand dollars in filing fees to find out that your parents will not leave for the U. S. Good luck.
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