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40 minutes ago, Demi Byrnes said:

So my brother is married to an american citizen and they are working on his visa is she also able to sponsor me as well? or does it have to be a direct family member?

Your sister-in-law can not file for you.  

 

Your brother would need to become a US citizen to file for you.  It's about 3-4 years for US citizenship and about 13+ years to petition for you.  That's at least 16+ years of waiting.  

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1 hour ago, Demi Byrnes said:

So my brother is married to an american citizen and they are working on his visa is she also able to sponsor me as well? or does it have to be a direct family member?

No such thing as visas for grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, grandchildren or in-laws of any flavor 


YMMV

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