Family Sponsored VisaMostly current green card holders and close relatives of US citizens apply for the family-based green cards. People eligible for family-based green cards are spouses, children, parents, and siblings as well as the spouses and children of those spouses, adult children, and siblings) Other extended family members like Uncles, Aunts. etc. do not qualify in this category. They can apply for a green card on the base Of their closest relative who is a US citizen or a green card holder. If you have a family member living as a citizen in the States, you may be eligible to be sponsored to get the Green Card. If you have a family member living as a citizen in the States, you may be eligible to be sponsored to get the Green Card. Fill out our immigration assessment form and we’ll get back to you in order to discuss your eligibility and options
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What Happens After You Petition For A RelativeIf your relative is already in the United States. they may apply to adjust status to become a Green Card holder (lawful permanent res:den of ter a visa number becomes available using Form I-485. If your relative is outside the United States. your petition will be sent to the National Visa Center (NYC). The NVC will I award your petition to the appropriate U.S. consulate when a visa becomes available and your relative will be notified about how to proceed. Ths process is referred to as ,,consular processing.
Which Relatives May I Petition For?
First preference: Unmarried, adult sons and daughters of U.S. citizens
(adult means 21 or older.)
Second Preference (2A): Spouses of Green Card holders, unmarried
children (under 21) of permanent residents
Third Preference: Married sons and daughters (any age)
of U.S. citizens