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Appying for my Mom's GC while she is in a tourist visa in the USA

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Hello to all,

 

I Have my mother here on vacation and want to apply for her GC, can someone please tell me what is the procedure? I read I don't ned to file !-130 but I'm sure if that's right and what else need to be file.

Thank you.

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21 minutes ago, yeyi02 said:

Hello to all,

 

I Have my mother here on vacation and want to apply for her GC, can someone please tell me what is the procedure? I read I don't ned to file !-130 but I'm sure if that's right and what else need to be file.

Thank you.

Are you a USC?

 

I130, i485, i131, i765.  Follow the site guides

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4 minutes ago, payxibka said:

Thank you :)

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4 minutes ago, yeyi02 said:

I confused, Do I still have to file !-130 if she is already here? 

Look at my first post where I listed all the forms.  The first two (i130, i485) are REQUIRED.   The other two are optional but HIGHLY recommended 


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1 minute ago, payxibka said:

Look at my first post where I listed all the forms.  The first two (i130, i485) are REQUIRED.   The other two are optional but HIGHLY recommended 

Thank you I really appreciate you helping me with this. 

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9 minutes ago, yeyi02 said:

I confused, Do I still have to file !-130 if she is already here? 

Yes.  That is the basis for filing a proper I-485.


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