what If parent were green card holder and son were unmarried when petition was filed, Now parent-/petitioner is US citizen and son is married .. can Petition be change status or has to file new one ?
timing is very important in this situation. please provide for an accurate answer.
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If the child married before the parent became a U.S. citizen, then the parent must refile. If the child was still single when the parent became a U.S. citizen, then you should notify USCIS of both the marriage and the naturalization and the F2B should automatically convert to F3. Be careful you do not miss your 1 year window to file for a green card. Be sure that Petitioner files an AR-11 change of address every time she/he moves.
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Depends on whether the marriage occurred before the parent naturalized or after.
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case. You can find one through http://www.ailalawyer.com.
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