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Parents Illegally in US, trying to file

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Hello, 

 

I am currently filing my G-325 for me, when asking for my parents information, who are illegally in the US, does it matter what I put in country of residence? I will be filing for them when possible and do not want to ruin their chances of being denied. Does USCIS follow up with that information?

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How are they in the US illegally? Did they enter legally and have overstayed or did they enter illegally? Are you a US citizen?

 

These are important questions we need to know in order to help.

 

If they entered the US illegally you will not be able to file for them.

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do not lie or try to hide the truth on an immigration forms it dies not matter of small of a detail.if they catch you lying they will not trust the other things you tell them. does not matter if it is the usc or the immigrant that persons credibility will be gone.

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I currently have a EAC,I am currently filing for my I-30, what I am asking is does USCIS take into account what I answer when I will try to file for my parents in the future.

 

My mother arrived illegally, I know there is a ban. 

My father came here legally, overstayed, he tried to get a visa and was denied.  I know it would be extremely difficult for him  Can I place unknown for him?

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19 minutes ago, mathacov23@gmail said:

I currently have a EAC,I am currently filing for my I-30, what I am asking is does USCIS take into account what I answer when I will try to file for my parents in the future.

 

My mother arrived illegally, I know there is a ban. 

My father came here legally, overstayed, he tried to get a visa and was denied.  I know it would be extremely difficult for him  Can I place unknown for him?

It doesn't matter - you must fill in all the information requested truthfully. Anything else will be a huge problem for everybody involved.

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