I need help I'm 21 years old and I'm trying to get my parents their papers but I'm going to marry a DACA person who also doesn't have papers
Can I ask for both?? ( parents and soon to be wife)
This is not a sex crimes question; It is an immigration question.
If you want to increase your odds at getting a competent answer then you should repost this question and list "immigration" and not "sex crime" as a practice area. In fact, I will do this for you....
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in properly re-directing your question.
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You can make a petition for your parents, and your soon to be spouse. However, you will need to earn sufficient income to sponsor each family member. I highly recommend you to consult with an immigration attorney. Best of Lucks
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Yes, you can get tuition for many people. The only issue will be whether or not you earn enough for the Affidavit of Support. You may need a co-sponsor. I would contact an immigration attorney if you've not sure how to do that.
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The law allows you to petition for your parents if you are a US citizen. If you are not, you cannot petition for them. You can also petition for your soon to be husband after you marry him. On both situations you need to demonstrate that your income is sufficient to support all of them if necessary, a matter that will be reflected in the Affidavit of Support, Form I-864, which you will have to file as part of the I-130 visa petition that you will need to file to petition them, each one separately. If they do not have work authorization from the Department of Homeland Security, United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), their income cannot be counted for affidavit of support purposes because if they are working without work authorization, they are in violation of the immigration law. Most likely you will need another affidavit of support from another person that can also serve as co-sponsor for them. That person needs to be either a United States Citizen or a lawful permanent resident to be co-sponsor.
Please consult with an experienced immigration attorney to guide you through all these processes.
You can petition for your parent and for your future spouse. You will have to do an affidavit of support for each petition. Depending on your income, you may be able to do it by yourself, or get a co-sponsor who has the required income. Consult with an experienced immigration lawyer to evaluate your case.
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