Hi, im about to be 18 in june and my boyfriend is going to be 20 in august. I was born here, and my boyfriend in mexico. He has lived here his whole life. How old do you have to be to fix papers for him ? and about how much would the cost be.
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You must be 18. Talk to a lawyer, because fixing his papers ais not as easy as you think, especially if he came here without a visa
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It depends on who the "someone" is. For a spouse or minor child, you need to be 18. For parents and siblings, you need to be 21.
Filing fees are as posted on the USCIS website. Attorney fees would depend on the attorney and the complexity of the case.
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Attorney Ferrari is correct. 18 for a spouse.
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