Father and child are LPRs. Mother of the child would like to attain a green card as well however the mother is not married to the child's father.
This is best answered by an attorney in the immigration practice area. I am re-categorizing it accordingly.
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The answer is NO. For your child to sponsor you, the child must be 21 years old and show financial stability. Your may rely on the new Obama action, if you meet the requirements when the rules are out. I recommend you seek the help of an experienced immigration attorney.
Your child must be a US citizen and at least 21 years of age to sponsor you. However, if you are presently in the US, you may be eligible for temporary relief from removal under Obama's Executive Action program. Contact an experienced immigration attorney for an individualized consultation.
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No. Your child can not sponsor you until she/he is 21. However, the new policy's based on an executive order will be implemented soon. You may qualify for DAPA. This would allow you to get your Employment Authorization and a Drivers License. I suggest you consult with an experienced immigration attorney to determine whether you meet the requirements.
No. Under current law the child must be 21 years of age or older and a U.S. Citizen to sponsor their parents.
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