Q: Does the green card holders need to live in U.S the entire time, in order to sponsor immidiate family?
My mom is a green card holder but she does not live in the U.S permanently. She is only here once every 6 months. Is she still able to sponsor her child who is unmarried and under 21year of age? Or she need to live in the U.S permanently in order for the case to be proceeded successfully.
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More facts are necessary regarding your mother's status and residency in the U.S. However, as long as your mom is still a permanent resident and her status has not been revoked, she may still be able to petition for her child.
You should consult an attorney to discuss your case in detail to find out if your mom can file a petition for her child.
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