Hector E. Quiroga's answer If that’s the only thing the Embassy is requesting, then it is probably the easiest thing to do. Without knowing all the details in your case, it is difficult to advise beyond that.
Hector E. Quiroga's answer Not sure what a “relation verification paper” is, but the agency that issued it should be able to issue a replacement. Generally a marriage certificate reflects information that is on file with a government agency, such as a county courthouse in the US or a civil registry in Mexico. Either way a trip to the appropriate office should allow you to get a document verifying the necessary information.
Hector E. Quiroga's answer As long as you meet the minimum requirement for the year he files his application, then yes. Currently the minimum income for a household of 2 is $20,575. That will go up on March 1st.
Hector E. Quiroga's answer It is unclear what you mean by “she is already American citizen and a green card holder”. She is one or the other, not both. If she is a citizen, she can petition for your mother.
Hector E. Quiroga's answer You might have. Without knowing all of the details, however, it is hard to say. Your father should consult with an immigration attorney and provide specific information about the circumstances surrounding his acquisition of citizenship.
Hector E. Quiroga's answer That’s certain a different scenario. You are less likely to have problems having had undocumented immigrants working for you in then having them work for you in the event of an ICE raid or audit. In addition, this employee won’t be doing himself any favors by essentially reporting himself to ICE; that’s a sure one-way ticket to a removal hearing.
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