Iam a USA citizen and Iam also in the US Army National Guard could I sponsor my Father and Mother In-Law for their Green Card?
If you are a US citizen, you may sponsor your parents. Being in the National Guard is not a factor.
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Thank you for your service! When you are 21 you can sponsor your father. Whether you can sponsor your step mother will depend on how old you were when she and your father married as well as some other factors. There are several immigration benefits available to family members of the US military, such as parole in place (if the family members entered the US without inspection) or deferred action. You can read here about immigration issues related to military service:
Something you should also know is that active and reserve members of the military and national guard are eligible for a free immigration attorney through the American Immigration Lawyers Association Military Assistance Program. Fill out the form linked to below and you will be matched with an immigration attorney who will screen you for eligibility to file for your parents and can handle the parole in place if necessary. The attorneys are free with this program, but you do need to pay the form fees to the USCIS. It takes several weeks to be matched with an attorney, but once that happens, they will represent you just as they would for any paying client. Wishing you luck. https://www.aila.org/practice/pro-bono/find-your-opportunity/military-assistance-program
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