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Old 10-12-2010, 03:35 PM
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Default B1/B2 visa and I-130

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My brother got a B1/B2 multi-entry visa for 2 years. My mother is a green card holder and my brother didn't want her to submit an I-130 on his behalf since she became a US resident. The reason was because one of the questions that the embassy asks when you apply to get a visa to enter the US is weather a relative submitted an I-130 on your behalf or not. If yes then the embassy thinks of you as you want to enter the US and remain there until ur I-130 is approved and a visa number is available.. my question is since my borther got his visa, will it be ok for my mother to submit an I-130 on his behalf now without having the embassy rejecting him B1/B2 visa in the future(that is after his current B1/B2 visa expire in 2 years ????

Another question if a person is in the US and out of status, can a relative submit an I-130 on his behalf and if yes how good is his chance to adjust his status when the I-130 is approved in the future??
Thank you very much
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You want to bring him and file I130 ?
If he marry a US citizen, she can file his I-130 eventhough he is out of status.
(If the entry into USA is legal and out of status later, can adjust, if filed by spouse)
For parent , brother/sister filing, I don't know and I don't think it is possible.

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Hi
My brother got a B1/B2 multi-entry visa for 2 years. My mother is a green card holder and my brother didn't want her to submit an I-130 on his behalf since she became a US resident. The reason was because one of the questions that the embassy asks when you apply to get a visa to enter the US is weather a relative submitted an I-130 on your behalf or not. If yes then the embassy thinks of you as you want to enter the US and remain there until ur I-130 is approved and a visa number is available.. my question is since my borther got his visa, will it be ok for my mother to submit an I-130 on his behalf now without having the embassy rejecting him B1/B2 visa in the future(that is after his current B1/B2 visa expire in 2 years ????

Another question if a person is in the US and out of status, can a relative submit an I-130 on his behalf and if yes how good is his chance to adjust his status when the I-130 is approved in the future??
Thank you very much
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