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Hello everyone:

Two of my brothers, are married and living in the US, they are born citizens. My parents just got their immigration visa, and they are planning to travel to USA in the end of this month or vice versa. The whole problem is, my sister and I, are approved, but awaiting a visa number. What I wanted someone to clear out for me is, I am under the 4th priority(Since my brother filed for us both) at the moment and so is my sister as far as I know, when my parents do enter into the US and become Lawful Permanent Residents, do we get upgraded to the 2A priorty? or what? What basically happens? Is there a way to hurry up this process, or for us to wait in the US for us to get our Permanent Resident status? My parents are having a hard time leaving with half the family here, and half the family there... I would appreciate any kind of feedback and any questions that you might have.

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Adnan Usman.

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Hello everyone:

Two of my brothers, are married and living in the US, they are born citizens. My parents just got their immigration visa, and they are planning to travel to USA in the end of this month or vice versa. The whole problem is, my sister and I, are approved, but awaiting a visa number. What I wanted someone to clear out for me is, I am under the 4th priority(Since my brother filed for us both) at the moment and so is my sister as far as I know, when my parents do enter into the US and become Lawful Permanent Residents, do we get upgraded to the 2A priorty? or what? What basically happens? Is there a way to hurry up this process, or for us to wait in the US for us to get our Permanent Resident status? My parents are having a hard time leaving with half the family here, and half the family there... I would appreciate any kind of feedback and any questions that you might have.

Regards,

Adnan Usman.

My understanding is that you will not get upgraded when your parents become LPR's. the petitions were filed by your brother. When your parents become LPR's they will be able to file petitions for you and your sister.

Are you both over 21? If you are this can take a few years...... If you are over 21 you will just have to wait a few years like the rest of us! I don't think you can "wait" in the US to get your PR status.

I'm sure your parents are having a hard time leaving with half of the family but that is the situation for thousands of families. Maybe you could find an employer to sponsor you both.

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