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HOW TO BRING A MOTHER AND SISTERS TO LIVE IN THE U.S

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HI,

My husband who is U.S citizen wants to bring his mother and two sister who are 20 and 16 years old to live in the U.S?

can someboday tell us how to do the paper work?

can he bring them all or just his mother?

how soon can the mother files for her older other children? how much it takes for them to get a green card?

Thank you so much

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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HI,

My husband who is U.S citizen wants to bring his mother and two sister who are 20 and 16 years old to live in the U.S?

can someboday tell us how to do the paper work?

can he bring them all or just his mother?

how soon can the mother files for her older other children? how much it takes for them to get a green card?

Thank you so much

he can file separatly for all of them, the only problem is that siblings take more than 10 years. What country are they from?

so it will be best that he file for his mother and she can file for her daughters.

the oldest will turn 21 so depending on which country they are from, should your husband or her mom file for her. she will take many years to come.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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HOw long is he US citizen?

in morocco he needs to be in country 5 years and Naturized citizen. There is a utube speech given by CO in Morocco explaining all this. Maybe you can locate the site i talk of. I listened to it but did not save it. Then he can apply for family. Other countries it can be 20 years.

HI,

My husband who is U.S citizen wants to bring his mother and two sister who are 20 and 16 years old to live in the U.S?

can someboday tell us how to do the paper work?

can he bring them all or just his mother?

how soon can the mother files for her older other children? how much it takes for them to get a green card?

Thank you so much

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