l was diagnosed having a mental disorder.
But now l have paralysis and can't walk on my feet, and need someone else to help me move, so logically l can't pose any danger to others.
Am l eligible to enter USA or do I qualify for a green card?
I'm from Iran.
Do you mean will these conditions affect your admissibility? The physical disorder likely will not, but without knowing many more details we cannot speak to how the mental disorder might affect your admissibility. As far as "qualifying" for a green card, your medical conditions don't qualify you for permanent residence. You have to qualify through a family or employment sponsor. You should have a private consultation with an immigration attorney to review specifics of your mental condition and advise you on your admissibility to enter the U.S.
Only a person with a mental disorder that may pose a threat is inadmissible under INA 212(a)(1)(A)(iii). However, based on the facts presented, there is nothing that suggests that you would be entitled or eligible for a green card including being disabled or having paralysis.
This answer is provided as a general response and is not meant, and should not be relied upon as specific legal advice, nor does it create an attorney-client relationship.
I'm confused ... who are you thinking will be your sponsor?
Having mental/physical problems won't qualify you for a greencard.
In fact, if you have a sponsor, you may need to show the ability to pay for your medical expenses ... so that you won't become a 'public charge'.
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