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Your son will have to consular process. If at the time of his birth, one of the parents was a US citizen, he may have even acquired citizenship at birth!!! I suggest that you hire an experienced immigration attorney.
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You can apply for him through the US consulate in your home country. Make sure to hire an immigration lawyer to help you in order not to repeat the same mistakes again.
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You do not indicate the basis for your visa petition. Is your son eligible as a direct beneficiary from a petition by a US citizen or a derivative beneficiary of you. Also your son because of his age does not accumulate unlawful presence and may be eligible for visitor visa if you are able to convince the US consulate that he will return abroad for immigrant visa processing.Ask a similar question
Dear Sir or Madam, please have your case fully evaluated via an experienced immigration attorney. We wouldn't want your son to be barred due to any departure based upon unlawful presence. So an attorney needs to review the facts more specifically to advise you properly. best regards,Ask a similar question
Your son violated his visa waiver period. He has to get a visa before coming back if he leaves. Also he has to get an immigrant petition filed and approved before he can come back. You can apply for the I-130 before you leave and wait for it to be approved before he comes back. Be careful with your residence, you should not stay out of the country more than six months.
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