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USC wanted to bring Mom and a brother who is still a minor

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Hello!

If I am an official US citizen I know I can bring my mom here by filing a petition.

Her question (and mine too) I have a 15year old brother who will be left behind if in case her petition was approve.

can I include my younger brother in the petition or will it be faster if my mom will be the one to petition him once she has her greencard?

thanks for your thoughts!


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K1 application filed: 08/2010

NOA1: 08/2010

NOA2: 02/2011

Entered USA: 05/2011

Married: 06/2011

EAD received: 09/2011

Conditional GC received: 10/2011 (transferred to CSC without interviews)
10 year GC received: 10/2013 (Approved without interviews)
N-400: mailed to the Phoenix Lockbox 7/8 and received 7/9 by R. Magadan

N-400 Checked: cashed 7/11

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Hello!

If I am an official US citizen I know I can bring my mom here by filing a petition.

Her question (and mine too) I have a 15year old brother who will be left behind if in case her petition was approve.

can I include my younger brother in the petition or will it be faster if my mom will be the one to petition him once she has her greencard?

thanks for your thoughts!

You can't include your brother in the petition.

It will be faster for your mother to petition for him once she gets her green card.


Done with K1, AOS and ROC

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You can petition them both separately but it'll be a very long wait. Your brother will probably age out before they get their green cards. It may be about a year for a parent whereas it'll be about 10 years for your brother.

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