hi, I went to usa with my family as immigrant on last september..now i am back to Bangladesh on last december, we didnt get our green card yet, because the green card office says there are some information missing. now they asked us to make an appointment and need to go to immigrant office.now my dad doesnt wanna go back to usa, so i am going back to usa alone. i need green card just for me...my dad doesnt need it..so now- do my dad need to go to the immigrant office for my green card? he is the main applicant...
please answer me.. i am really worried about it... :(
I honestly do not understand your question.
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If your dad is the person being petitioned, you can only get a green card if your dad gets one.
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Your question is quite unclear. Did you come to te US for a brief visit only? Anyway, to answer what I believe to be your question - The principal beneficiary (your Dad) must immigrate to enable the derivative beneficiaries (you, your mother and other qualified siblings) to immigrate.
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