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aaron2020 last won the day on December 23 2016

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About aaron2020

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    I am helping my family with several immigration cases.

    My US citizen father is petitioning for my married brother and his family in the F3 category from Viet Nam; PD is Oct. 2000.

    My US citizen cousin is petitioning for her married brother and sister in the F4 category (USC petitioning for a sibling) from Viet Nam; PD is April 2008.

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  1. aaron2020

    Need guidance on work visa for my parent's business

    There are no work visas for a non-skilled worker for a general store. With the economy running at full employment, every employer is having problems finding workers. Increase the wage your parents are willing to pay and you can find a local adult. US immigration doesn't allow for long-term non-skilled workers to come.
  2. What risk? There is absolutely no need for an immigration lawyer. This is a pretty simple case. A denied B2 is not a reason to get an immigration lawyer. Lots of people have been denied B2 visas who have successfully gotten K2. What here is a red flag for you that requires an immigration lawyer? I don't see any red flags.
  3. aaron2020

    Help please

    The USC father has already filed for the CRBA for his child. Presumably, he also filed for a US passport. The child does not need a visa. The child is a US citizen. US citizens do not qualify for US visas. A US citizen uses a US passport to enter the US. Your friend is correct, her child does not need a visa, interview, or medical. The USC father is already taking care of things on his end to bring his child to the US. You are wrong for telling your friend that her USC child needs a visa.
  4. aaron2020

    Green card to G4 Visa

    A G4 is a nonimmigrant visa. How are you going to overcome the presumption that all non-immigrant visa applicants have the intent to immigrate? How sure are you that the US would give you a G4 visa when you have a US husband that you intend to live with in the US? You don't look like a non-immigrant. To apply for the G4, you would need to give up your green card first. By giving up your green card status, you would have no status in the US. What's the plan if the G4 is denied? Without status, how would you AOS? Is this scheme worth being separated for a year and being stuck outside the US? Is it worth playing games with US immigration to save a few tax dollars when the stakes are high?
  5. Hi Aaron,


    I read few threads regarding aged out applicant and you seemed to have a lot of knowledge. Here is our story:




    I read a few threads regarding age out child that got their visa. But I still want to hear from people that got their experience or really know whats going on.


    My mother (green card holder) petitioned my younger brother February 2015 when he was 19.

    His visa got approved when he was 20. Went for medical BUT St. Lukes found that he have TB (6 months treatment). He went for treatment March 2016 through September 2017. My brother’s birthday was September 19, 1996. We are now just waiting for sputum result and remedical which is (October 23, 2017) + another week for release. If everything is well with his medical he can go to the interview. At this time he have set for Nov 9 interview.


    My questions are:

    1. As my Mother being a greencard holder is my brother protected by CSPA?

    2. Does he have a chance to get a visa even aging out due to (Full year compliant) His priority date was March 2, 2015

    Paid DS-260: February 8 2016

    3. Do we need to file another forms?


    Thank you.