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AGE GAP(MOM is 17yrs older than STEP DAD)

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Filed: Timeline

Hi everyone,

first of all i would like to say thank you to all of you who have been supportive here on vj.I'm posting here in behalf of my friend. SHE is married to a man who is 17 yrs younger (she is 43, husband 26).His US citizen son (21 yrs old) is about to petition her and her husband. Her questions are:

1. Can his son petition his step dad?

2.will the age difference between his mom and step dad be an issue?

3.what proof of evidence is needed?or do they need to show/establish a stepson step parent relationship?

4.Do his mom and step dad need to prove or show evidence of bonafide marriage relationship?what are some of

these?

Any HELP Plssssssssssssssssssssssss.Thank you so much.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
Timeline

Hi everyone,

first of all i would like to say thank you to all of you who have been supportive here on vj.I'm posting here in behalf of my friend. SHE is married to a man who is 17 yrs younger (she is 43, husband 26).His US citizen son (21 yrs old) is about to petition her and her husband. Her questions are:

1. Can his son petition his step dad?

2.will the age difference between his mom and step dad be an issue?

3.what proof of evidence is needed?or do they need to show/establish a stepson step parent relationship?

4.Do his mom and step dad need to prove or show evidence of bonafide marriage relationship?what are some of

these?

Any HELP Plssssssssssssssssssssssss.Thank you so much.

how old was the USC child when his mom got married? where are they residing?

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Filed: Country: Brazil
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Given the circumstances, the age difference will probably be irrelevant. They've been married for three years already, and since the marriage took place before the USC child turned 18, there shouldn't be a problem with him sponsoring both of them, so long as he's got enough income/assets.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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Hi everyone,

first of all i would like to say thank you to all of you who have been supportive here on vj.I'm posting here in behalf of my friend. SHE is married to a man who is 17 yrs younger (she is 43, husband 26).His US citizen son (21 yrs old) is about to petition her and her husband. Her questions are:

1. Can his son petition his step dad?

2.will the age difference between his mom and step dad be an issue?

3.what proof of evidence is needed?or do they need to show/establish a stepson step parent relationship?

4.Do his mom and step dad need to prove or show evidence of bonafide marriage relationship?what are some of

these?

1. From looking around it appears as long as he was under 18 at the time the "step-parent" relationship was created he can. Otherwise he would simply petition his mother, who would apply for a derivative visa for her husband (must like a K1 would bring their child)

2. Likely. It seems the "older woman" is usually more of an issue but that's when its a USC older woman so maybe not

3. no idea

4. no idea

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Filed: Timeline

Given the circumstances, the age difference will probably be irrelevant. They've been married for three years already, and since the marriage took place before the USC child turned 18, there shouldn't be a problem with him sponsoring both of them, so long as he's got enough income/assets.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Jamaica
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I am the USC and my husband and I have a 16 year age difference. He came on a K-1 and we are doing just fine. Im pretty sure they look but as long as everything is in order, it should be fine.

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