I live in Georgia (country). My son is the citizen of the US who was born out of wedlock to a US citizen father. He is 13 years old and lives with me. I am the citizen of Georgia and I have never been to America. Can my son take me lawfully to the US? How can I get permission to enter the US?
Once your son turns 21 he can petition for you to come to the U.S. as an immediate relative; to come sooner you would need to qualify for a nonimmigrant visa.
Your son cannot petition you to come here as a Resident until he is 21.
I do not understand your question fully. Your son is not old enough to petition for you to receive immigration benefits. However, you may be able to apply for a tourist visa at the U.S. Embassy/Consulate if you wish to visit the United States. It may be difficult for you to receive a non-immigrant visa due to your son's status as well as other factors as the U.S. Embassy/Consulate may believe you will not return to Georgia. You should be prepared to take proof that you have ties to Georgia with you. Otherwise, your son could petition for you to receive immigration benefits once he turns 21 if he has proof of U.S. citizenship.
No he needs to be 21 before he can petition for you. Sorry.
Your son can petition for you to immigrate to the United States once he is 21 years old.
Sorry, your son must be 21 to sponsor you for a visa. Also, he must file an application to certify his citizenship through his father.
He must be an adult to sponsor you. You may be able to visit on a visitors visa.
You will have to apply for visa at the US embassy or consulate. Your son cannot take you to the US. When he turns 21, he can petition you for immigration. Before that, you will have to find a reason to apply for visa (such as B2 for tourist, H1 for working for a US employer, F-1 for study, etc.).
Your son must be 21 to petition for you. You may, however, apply for a visitor visa. Whether it is granted or not depends on a number of factors including your ties to your home country.
If you're son is an adult US citizen, he can petition for you.
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