Immigrating To America
Immigrating To America
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Family Immigration to the United States

U.S. citizens over age 21 can apply for legal permanent residence (a “green card”) for the following family members:

  • Their husband or wife (and their children, if they have them)

  • Their fiancé, if engaged to be married

  • Their sons, daughters, and stepchildren (and their children’s spouse and children)

  • Their parents

  • Their brothers and sisters

U.S. Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs) can apply for a green card for the following family members:

  • Their husband or wife (and their children, if they have them)

  • Their sons, daughters, and stepchildren (and their children’s spouse and children)

People who are living outside the U.S. typically attend an interview at an American consulate in their home country. People who entered the U.S. without a visa and have been living in America without legal status also often have to attend an interview at a consulate in their home country.

In most cases, people who have entered the U.S. legally with a visa can attend an interview at the closest USCIS office to their home.

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