I am under the process of the acceptance of a waiver, which was giving to me in the middle of the case to obtain my green card. I am currently 19 but my mom, who is a permanent resident made the petition when I was 16 years old.
Some politicians are entertaining ideas of eliminating most or all of family-based preference categories. But it’s not the law yet. Are you adjusting here or going through consular process? What is this waiver for?
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You might consider a consultation with an attorney. While you may have been sponsored by an LPR. You may also consider if your parent has become a US Citizen.
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