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Bringing my suing from Honduras

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I am wanting to apply to bring my brother here from Honduras. I understand the guideline and meet those.

My questions are:

1. What is the wait time from Honduras? I see Mexico is 10+ years.

2. If his mom and my dad were never married what is sufficient proof they had a relationship before my brother turned 21.

Thank you.

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You are a US citizen, correct? The current wait is about 13 years.

Your birth certificate and his birth certificate showing a common parent.

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hi

incorrect, siblings petitions for Mexico is around 20 years, for other Hispanic countries, over 12 years

and as said, at least you need to have one parent in common, you will need copy of both birth certificates to prove that you are siblings and translation of both. Any document in Spanish has to be translated into English for the i130.

not true at least for now, the sibling petition still exists

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Everything needs an order, you can't just write to someone to get in front of the line.


N400

12/06/2014: Package filed

12/31/2014: Fingerprinted

02/06/2015: In-Line for Interview

04/15/2015: Passed Interview

05/05/2015: Oath letter was sent

05/22/2015: Oath Ceremony

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Immigration reform

support and vote for those candidates who will "really" do something about immigration reform

What immigration reform? The majority candidates that are talking about that only want to try and do immigration reform for the Illegal Immigrants that are here. They want the Illegal Immigrants to be put in front of the line and ahead of those who want to go about it the legal way.

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hi

not only that, the immigration reform should also include changes in the system. the prior one that they were trying to approve, had reduction of waiting time included

we should support candidates (if there are any) that would fix the broken immigration system, to make available more visas per year so the waiting time is less

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