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My mum will be petitioning for my sister, her husband and their son soon, we know the wait period will be a long one - years.  I would like to know if she has to submit a separate petition for each of them and  provide 1. sister, her husband and son's birth certificate, 2. sister's marriage certificate, 3. mum's proof of citizenship and 4. filing fee of US$535 each.  Are there any additional document which should be included? Thanks.

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Your mom can only file for her daughter.  Spouse and children can not be petition for directly.  Spouse and children are potential derivative beneficiaries.

 

Mom needs to include I-130, copy of her US passport, daughter's birth certificate with mom's name, any documents allowing for a name change (generally, a marriage certificate), and the fee.

 

"N/A" for D1 since you are not filing for anyone else.

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