My daughter is 34 and my granddaughters is 6 years old. Any recommendation to immigration lawyer.
A: Whether you can successfully sponsor your child to obtain legal status in the United States depends on many factors. If your daughter is unmarried and under 21 years of age, you will be able to sponsor her for the Green card assuming you both meet all the other legal requirements. I highly recommend you schedule a consultation to speak to an immigration attorney to determine whether you can sponsor your daughter for legal status in the United States. You don’t want to waste your money and exposure daughter to deportation in the event the application is denied.
Seek legal help & good luck!
A: Thanks for providing the age of your daughter. If in addition to your daughter been 34 years old, she has overstayed her visiting visa status in the United States, she needs to consider alternative immigration options that may be open to her. You may likely not be able to sponsor her successfully despite the long waiting process. I recommend you and your daughter speak to an immigration attorney before taking any action.
FAQ Source: www.Answers.Justia.com