Can a U.S citizen file form I-130 for a divorce sister and kids who is above 32? if yes, what is the estimated time for visa?
If it is possible, i will like to know how long it might take.
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A USC can file for sibling but any child of the sibling who is age 32 will not be a derivative of that filing. Eventually, if you remain alive and your sibling remains alive, and she attends the immigrant visa interview and obtains the visa, about 13-22 years depending on your sister’s country of birth, then the sister may file as an LPR for her own daughter if the daughter is not married, and that takes another 7-10 years. Seek a consult with an immigration attorney as there may be better ways to immigrate to US through investment or a business opportunity.
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Yes you can. The wait time is about 2 decades.
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Yes, you can file that. It will take about 18 years depending on her country of birth.
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