Our family came to US in 1998, we had long journey in receiving green card. Luckily, all of our family received green card except me due to my age. Therefore, I had to go through deportation process due to denied green card. Thankfully to DACA, I'm still here legally. However, is there ANY way that my father can petition for my green card? or my sister who already received her US citizenship? My father is in process of receiving US citizenship as well.
Please advise. Will be greatly appreciated
One would need to get familiar with the situation to opine. If the question is whether you could adjust in the USA, the answer is no, unless you are grandfathered under the former INA 245(i) or seeking adjustment based on immediate relative petition , provided you were last admitted or paroled into the USA after inspection.
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If you are single, your LPR father can file a visa petition for you. Your USC sister can file a visa petition for you.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
Maybe. Speak to a lawyer about petitions from your father or sister and the pros and cons of those options.
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