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Good morning, 

My mother she over  stayed in the Philippines for  over 2 years and she wanted to go back here in the u.s. 

what document and process we need to do. 

Please advice and Tia

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She wishes to immigrate to the US? Assuming you are a USC you can sponsor her.


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Greetings!

So your mother is a Filipino, who once visited the United States and overstayed? She is now in the Philippines and wanted to come back here in the USA? There is an article link below. This might help and answer your questions.

Goodluck, NG

 

Reference: Filing I-130 After Visa Overstay in the United States | CitizenPath

Edited by nelmagriffin

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11 hours ago, Adventine said:

Please give us more details about your mother's case.

 

Is she a Filipino citizen with a green card? What are the reasons she wasn't able to return to the US?

 

My mom is Filipino citizen but has ir5 green card holder, but when she visited in the philippines she over stayed over 2yrs. 

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My mom is filipino citizen who has ir5 gc. When she visited in the Philippines  she over stayed more than 2yrs. What process do I need to do in order she can come back to the U.S. Thank u

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Why?


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10 minutes ago, viki24 said:

My mom is filipino citizen who has ir5 gc. When she visited in the Philippines  she over stayed more than 2yrs. What process do I need to do in order she can come back to the U.S. Thank u

Please don’t list the same question in multiple forums. 
Start the IR 5 process all over again 

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9 minutes ago, Lil bear said:

Please don’t list the same question in multiple forums. 
Start the IR 5 process all over again 

I was replying the other message. The other message  is for forum.

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35 minutes ago, viki24 said:

My mom is filipino citizen who has ir5 gc. When she visited in the Philippines  she over stayed more than 2yrs. What process do I need to do in order she can come back to the U.S. Thank u

She can just board a flight to the USA if she has her green card. 
 

See 

 

https://www.aila.org/File/Related/18110604b.pdf

 

She does not have to apply for a new immigration  visa.  

 

If her 10 year green card is expired, then per https://www.cbp.gov/document/guides/carrier-information-guide-english she can board the flight but there is some FUD that some airlines won’t board her.  I know of a case where an LPR took that issue off the table by filing an I-90 and using the I-797 receipt plus gc to board the flight home and enter the USA.  

 

Edited by Mike E

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41 minutes ago, viki24 said:

My mom is Filipino citizen but has ir5 green card holder, but when she visited in the philippines she over stayed over 2yrs. 

What I interpret you to be saying is that your mother has a green cars and spent more than 180 days outside the USA.  And both she and you think she has to do something before she gets on a flight back to the USA. 
 

She does not.  She needs to get a plane and come home.  

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12 hours ago, Adventine said:

Please give us more details about your mother's case.

 

Is she a Filipino citizen with a green card? What are the reasons she wasn't able to return to the US?

 

she is filipino citizen with 10yrs gc but when she visited to the philippines she over stayed more than two years. but her gc is not expired yet.

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15 minutes ago, Mike E said:

What I interpret you to be saying is that your mother has a green cars and spent more than 180 days outside the USA.  And both she and you think she has to do something before she gets on a flight back to the USA. 
 

She does not.  She needs to get a plane and come home.  

She over stayes outside in the USA more than 2yrs

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