You need to get off the Legal Elevator at 3rd Floor for Immigration. You got off on 2 for Workers' Compensation in error. Let me push UP for you.
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Mr. Corson is right, as always. I don't know which floor immigration law is on but it's not on the workers' comp floor. He did you a nice favor by forwarding your inquiry along to immigration. Workers' comp is for on the job injuries. Good luck.
If you're the sponsor and have sponsored someone previously (a sibling, for example) you have to add them to the list unless that person has naturalized or has worked for 40 quarters (about 10 years). Otherwise you count everyone who lives with you, you, and your spouse. If you have dependents who don't live with you, but whom you claim as dependents on your taxes, also count them.
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You really should retain the services of a competent immigration attorney near you to complete the preparation of your paperwork.
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