My son hi is citizen will be 21 years old on August 7 this year, can I already apply for my documents (grenn card) in May?
2 Answers from Attorneys
If you had a lawful entry, or are grandfathered under INA sec 245i, then your son can petition you once he turns 21. However, if you entered unlawfully & aren't "grandfathered" under 245i, you would have to consular process & file a waiver of inadmissibility. If the waiver is not approved, then you could face a bar to re-entry, depending on the amount of unlawful presence you have accrued.
I highly recommend that you seek a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney to ensure that your case is not improperly filed.
Good luck to you & your son.
You have to wait until your son turns 21 in August before filing the petition. We suggest you to consult with an immigration attorney to discuss your options.
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