My mother has been married to my step dad since I was 10 years old. I am now 20 about to be 21. Would I be able to petition for his green card? If so, what would be the necessary steps?
Yes, assuming you are US citizen, you may file I-130 and step-father I-485 after you turn 21. If your mother USC, she could file now.
You should be able to sponsor your step father. The steps are different depending where your step father is.
Yes. You can petition for your stepfather once you are 21. The steps in the process vary depending on whether he entered legally or illegally and whether he is covered by certain laws which forgive him for illegal entry.
You can petition for your stepfather once you reach 21 years of age. You must file an I-130 Immigrant Petition for Alien Relative on behalf of your stepfather. The manner in which the case would proceed would depend upon whether he is abroad or in the United States and if so, what was his manner of entry.
Yes. You can apply for his green card when you turn 21 (provided that your mother is still married to him). The process takes about 3 months from start to finish.
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