Yes. It is part of the consideration whether the parents are in the USA or waiting to immigrate.
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Yes, unfortunately the consulate will want to look a the "whole family picture" before deciding on whether to issue a visa to you or not.
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Yes, the consular officer will take it in consideration that their parents have a pending I-130. You should still invite them. The consular will make a decision based on the totality of the circumstance.Your brothers will need to prove that they intend to return to their country if a visa is approved. The granting of the visa is in the discretion of the consular officer.Ask a similar question