They should contact a U.S. consulate in the country where they are currently located to receive instructions on how to apply for a "Returning Resident Special Immigrant" visa. You can find more information about "Returning Resident (SB-1) visa on the Department of State website.
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They will have to apply for a returning residency visa and prove that they did not intend to abandon; they intended to return and were unable to due to the circumstances. Requires an experienced attorney. Read my article below about this.
Contact the Consulate to apply for a Returning Resident Visa.
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Yes, in this situation, by applying for a "special" immigrant visa at the US consulate abroad. Mother will be asked to prove her medical condition.
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I concur with my colleagues.
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