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Q: I have a sister who is a US Citizen, and I am an F1 student, wondering if it would be possible to apply for green card through my sister, and how?
A: Yes, your sister must file a I-130 petition for a relative to receive a green card.
If she makes it known that shes coming to America on a tourist visa and going to do AOS through you, she would be denied at the port of entry.
Also have a good excuse during the interview why she came on a tourist visa and decided to do AOS.
Considering above, my husband insist I stay in US and he files the I-130 for me, I-130 for my 13 yrs old son (who is abroad with my parents), together with me filing I-485.
What is the quickest and cheapest (fees-wise) way to adjust the status and bring to live with us my 13 yrs old son, who already has B2 valid for next 2 years ? A: Your husband just needs to file 1 I-130 which would indicate that you and your child will be sponsored for a green card.
Your son can come to the US now on the B2 visa and then wait for the application to be approved and do an AOS.
But this should have been done when you were applying for you son’s GC. You jumped to the application decision without even applying?
Not filing taxes is a big no-no in America and you should really do it.
Is now a good time to schedule an info pass to check on the application status? If you have and are simply waiting on the interview appointment, then I would suggest waiting a bit longer.
You should have the biometrics appointment already as well, so find out why that has not been scheduled, if not already done so. Incidentally it appears that we happened to observe the 30/60/90 days rule, my VISA and I-94 are both still valid for few month, so all seems to be in our favor.
Disclaimer: All advice given here are strictly as is without any guarantees and reliability.