If she married her current husband BEFORE your 18th birthday, yes. Otherwise no.
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I agree with my colleague. If were age 18 or older at the time your mother married, then you are not eligible to file for him. If your mother obtains permanent resident status, then she could file for her husband. That will take considerably longer, but that's the way the law is.
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You can only file for a step-parent if the step-parent relationship began before you were 18 years old.
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