I am a United States citizen and so is my husband, and so my motherinlaw documents are in process, but she lived with the two daughters in El, Salvador and I want to bring them to United States too.
Your question is a little confusing. Is your mother-in-law a US citizen? What are the ages of her daughters? You may need to consult with an immigration attorney to assist with the relief you are requesting.
The answer will depend on the ages of your sister in laws. It would be best to meet with an attorney.
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It depends on how old the sisters are. Privately consult with an experienced immigration attorney.
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