No. A sibling's petition typically takes more than 10-12 years go through, and the fact that a sibling has filed a
petition on your behalf does not give you the right to remaining the US while it is pending .
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I agree that the answer is no. And what's worse, if you remain in United States, you will fall out of status. That means you will be disqualified from adjustment of status. You will also be subject to deportation upon discovery.
I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney to discuss other immigration visa options. Good luck.
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Your sister can file an I-130 for you and should do so immediately in case a law change eliminates the sibling visa, but it will give you no legal status until your priority date is current. This could take 5-15 years again depending on what, if anything, a new law does.
Why won't your company petition for you?
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Andrew M. Bramante, Rosner Partners, 216-771-5588. Free telephone consultation. You should always consult with an experienced immigration attorney to make certain that the advice you received is appropriate for your particular immigration case.
Your sister should file the visa petition for you. I will not give you status for many years. Unless there is a change in the IINA. There are other legal options available depending on your situation. You should consult with an immigration attorney to see if any apply to you.
You can try finding a different H1 employer who is more helpful. Other options may be available depending upon you situation. To learn please seek a private consult with an experienced immigration attorney. Sibling green card will let you stay and work only AFTER APPROVAL and there is long processing time at present but that may change. Best Wishes!
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