My grandmother (mother of my father) applied for a family reunion visa(f3) for my family on 12/01/2005 and it was approved for my father,mother,me and my other brother and sister as we all were under 21 yrs old at that time.
11 years afterwards my father ,mother and my 19 yrs old brother were second approved but for me and my sister (both are over 21 now and I am married since 2013)and my sister not married ,we could not get the approval.
My questions are :
Is there a way that I or my sister could accompany the rest of the family?
Could the new asylum seeking regulations be of any help?
Could my father after obtaining his green card apply for any sort of visa to get me or my sister?
Perhaps you can benefit from the child status protection act. Perhaps you could get humanitarian parole to join your family. If your father becomes a US citizen he can petition you, there is no visa for married children of permanent residents.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
I think you need to consult with an attorney , your questions are way beyond the scope of this forum.
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