As an LPR you cannot file for a parent. You must wait to naturalize first, and then petition for your mother.
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No, you have to obtain your citizenship first before you can apply for her.
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No. You must be a US Citizen.
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Sorry but as LPR you may not file for your parents, you have to wait until you get your citizenship.
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