been here for 15 year came with a turist visa no legal problem
Petition now as a precautionary measure, since there is talk that under the upcoming immigration reform the siblings category will be abolished. If that were to happen, pending petitions will not be affected
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File a visa petition for him now before the siblings category is abolished.
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I agree with my colleagues. There is talk of abolishing the sibling category. Do it now as a precautionary measure.
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