Q: I am a permanent resident in the USA from the UK. What are my options to get my mother her legally?
My father passed away and I am looking to get my mother here, so she is not alone. What are my options? I was here for 4 years on a student visa and then I obtained a permanent residency through marriage and have been married for the last 3 years. I have been in the USA for 7 years.
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If you are a permanent resident you will not be able to sponsor your parents, you will have to wait until you become a US citizen. Your mother can request a tourist visa to come visit you or apply for a visa waiver. Work with an immigration attorney to help you with this process. All the best.
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