This post describes how you, a U.S. citizen, over the age of 21 and residing in the US, may petition for parents (currently residing inside or outside the US) to receive a green card (lawful permanent residence).
Green Card for Parents Help
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A.) Parents Living Outside the US:
You will first file a petition in the US. After the petition is approved, you will submit further documentation to the U.S. Consulate abroad. The U.S. Consulate will review the package and then schedule your parents for approval. Once approved, the parents will need to enter the US within 6 months. Upon entry into the US, the green card will be mailed to parents within a few weeks.
You will file using the adjustment of status process.The process ends upon attending a green card interview at a local USCIS office. Most cases are approved during the interview and a green card is mailed within a few weeks.
If there are issues with parents who entered without inspection (EWI) or other issues, then you should discuss those with your immigration lawyer.
Members of the Military
If you or a member of your family is in the U.S. military, special conditions may apply.
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