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My wife has just had her approval letter received here for her permanent residence and no interview was required. We now have to soon start the procedure (I-751) for her son. My question is: Do we gather all the same materials and go about the same procedure as we did with his Mom? I understand that there is rarely an interview for the sibling, which is fine either way, but want to be sure we send immigration the correct package. Thank you very much. Mark

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My wife has just had her approval letter received here for her permanent residence and no interview was required. We now have to soon start the procedure (I-751) for her son. My question is: Do we gather all the same materials and go about the same procedure as we did with his Mom? I understand that there is rarely an interview for the sibling, which is fine either way, but want to be sure we send immigration the correct package. Thank you very much. Mark

Why didn't they apply together ? He is going to inherit his permanent residency through his mom. Has he arrived to US after 90 days of his mom's arrival ?

I need to know these details to answer your questions.


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My wife has just had her approval letter received here for her permanent residence and no interview was required. We now have to soon start the procedure (I-751) for her son. My question is: Do we gather all the same materials and go about the same procedure as we did with his Mom? I understand that there is rarely an interview for the sibling, which is fine either way, but want to be sure we send immigration the correct package. Thank you very much. Mark

Mark - you need to clarify your situation.

Did your wife just get her conditional permanent residency, or did she just remove the condition on her permanent residency?

What's your stepson current legal status?

By the way, a siblings are brothers and sisters. I would hope that your stepson is not also your wife's sibling. :whistle:

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China
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Why didn't they apply together ? He is going to inherit his permanent residency through his mom. Has he arrived to US after 90 days of his mom's arrival ?

I need to know these details to answer your questions.

Thank you.....yes, her son came about six months after his Mom...I am his sponsor.

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Mark - you need to clarify your situation.

Did your wife just get her conditional permanent residency, or did she just remove the condition on her permanent residency?

What's your stepson current legal status?

By the way, a siblings are brothers and sisters. I would hope that your stepson is not also your wife's sibling. :whistle:

Sorry about the sibling thing...Yes, my wife has just gotten her condition removed and has the permanent card. My step-son's status is still conditional permanent residency...he came here about six months after my wife. Thank you for your help!

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