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Form I-130 and adjustment of status

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Aloha! 
 

2 questions.

 

1. my mom has a 10 yr multiple visa and she is with me now in the US. I just requested an extension for her and planning to adjust her status but she has pending I-130. Can i adjust her status and while she has pending i-130? I Am aware of the payment.

 

2. My dad wants to apply for a tourist visa to be reunited my mom. God willing if he gets approved, I am planning to adjust his status. He has also a pending i-130. Is this possible?? 

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1 hour ago, IamShe said:

Aloha! 
 

2 questions.

 

1. my mom has a 10 yr multiple visa and she is with me now in the US. I just requested an extension for her and planning to adjust her status but she has pending I-130. Can i adjust her status and while she has pending i-130? I Am aware of the payment.

 

2. My dad wants to apply for a tourist visa to be reunited my mom. God willing if he gets approved, I am planning to adjust his status. He has also a pending i-130. Is this possible?? 

1. If your mom is currently in the US she can file AOS if you’re a USC while the petition is pending, if your a LPR then the i130 needs to be approved prior to AOS

 

2. NO! You are NOT permitted to bring your father to the US on a tourist visa with intention to Adjust Status, that is immigration fraud! if he wants to be reunited with his wife then he needs to wait out the i130 in his home country or wait out her AOS and have her file i130 for him while he’s in his home country..

 

looks like your parents will be seperated for a while if your mom adjusts status.. 


 

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I agree with @Duke & Marie, if you are a USC and your mom is in the US, you can AOS.  Your dad, if he even gets a B2 cannot enter the US with the intention to stay.  You need to think through all the ramifications as to your parents separation.

 

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4 hours ago, IamShe said:

My dad wants to apply for a tourist visa to be reunited my mom. God willing if he gets approved, I am planning to adjust his status. He has also a pending i-130. Is this possible?? 

Of course he must be honest at the interview, and will certainly be denied. So as another poster above pointed out, your parents need to decide how long they want to be separated for. Maybe better for your mom to go back and they can later interview and immigrate together.

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On 4/8/2020 at 1:25 AM, IamShe said:

My dad wants to apply for a tourist visa to be reunited my mom. God willing if he gets approved, I am planning to adjust his status. He has also a pending i-130. Is this possible?? 

This is immigration fraud.  Don't do it.

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