The information they provided to you is accurate. I hope he does not have long to go. Good luck!
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Absolutely needs to be 21 before he can petition for parents. If that rule were not in place, a person would be able to immigrate to the U.S. merely by giving birth to a child in the U.S.
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In order to petition for you parents you must be an American citizen 21 and older. I highly recommend that your friend consult with an experienced immigration attorney in order to determine whether his parents are eligible to justice status in the United States and obtain lawful permanent resident status based on a US citizen sons petition of their parents. The last thing your friend wants is to petition first parents and end up placing them in removal proceedings because they are not eligible to obtain a green card in the United States. So I highly recommend that your friend speech and a great attorney who has experience to guide them through the process even though he's currently not 21 years old it never hurts the plan ahead.
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Yes, he needs to be 21 but there are other requirements.
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The US citizen must be at least 21 years old to petition his parents.
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