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Immigration Laws in the United States checkpoint

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Immigration Laws in the United States Checkpoint Angela Lippy 12/16/2010 Marti Pizzini Family type Date of application for the Length of wait till visa
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Visa processed Unmarried sons and daughters of U.S. citizens July 8, 1992 18 years Spouses and children, of permanent residents. June 3, 2003 7 years Unmarried sons and daughter of permanent residents. June 1, 1992 18 years Married sons and daughters of U.S citizens May 1, 1992 18 years Brothers and sisters of adult U.S. citizens. November 8, 1995 15 years Question #1. How long must Mexican parents who are U.S. citizens wait for their unmarried sons or daughters visas to be processed? Answer: Parents must wait 18 years for their unmarried son or daughter’s visas to be processed. Question #2. How long must a U.S. citizen wait for a married son in Mexico to get a visa? Answer: Parents must also wait 18 years if their married son or daughter’s visa to be processed. Question # 3. How can someone from Mexico who is a farm worker or construction worker come to the United States to work if they have no family who are here legally?
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