i am a green card holder and my family is here on a visit visa. I have completed the processes we are the stage stage. We are passed our priority date. The application is charged to a foreign country but i hoping that since they are all here we could finalize it in the US.Sorry for the typos I am a green card holder and my family is here on a visit visa. I have completed the processes we are the at final stage of scheduling an interview . We are passed our priority date. The application is charged to a foreign country but i hoping that since they are all here we could finalize it in the US.
Depending on where in the NVC process they are, this might not be a good idea.
Consider talking in private with an attorney via Skype.
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You might have an issue of reconceived intent.Talk to a lawyer.
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The issue could be immigration intent. If the priority date is way past current, this may not be good idea. Consult in person, bring all docs.
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• your relatives’ priority dates are current
• they are not out of status
• they haven’t worked without authorization or otherwise violated the terms of their non-immigrant status
They might be able to adjust status. Check with an immigration attorney to be sure.
These responses are general and could vary depending on individual facts. As always, it is best to seek the advice of an attorney when pursuing any immigration benefit.
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