Q: Can I petition for my son's green card since he lost his status in the US
Me and my son came to the US legally, I have a green card but my son lost his status. Can I petition for his Green Card from the US as he lives with me here in US.
A: Dear Petitioner,
In order to properly answer your question, I need to know how your son lost his status. Based on those facts we can provide you with a recommendation. If he does not have all the facts, we can request a copy of his record from the government and that would provide the most accurate information we need to provide you with a recommendation. The client's information is always confidential therefore, please do not submit any additional information about your son's case publicly. Consult confidentially with an attorney that can assist you with this matter. Best regards.
A: I agree with my colleague Ileana M. Rivera's response. There are too many details missing from your question for one to be able to answer it properly. Consider scheduling a consultation with a competent immigration attorney who can discuss in private the details of your prospective case.
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