Green Cards for Family Members

Former INS Attorney Carl Shusterman (1976–82) discusses family-based immigrant visa petitions, adjustment of status and consular processing. Schedule a legal consultation (by Skype, telephone or in person) at http://shusterman.com/schedule-immigration-consultation.html

US citizens can sponsor their spouses, children and parents for green cards as immediate relatives. This process is quick. See http://shusterman.com/green-cards-for-immediate-relatives.html

They can also sponsor adopted children for green card as long as the adoption takes place before the child’s 16th birthday and the child has been in their legal and physical custody for at least 2 years. See http://shusterman.com/adoption.html

US citizens can also sponsor their unmarried adult sons and daughters for green cards. See
http://shusterman.com/green-cards-for-unmarried-sons-and-daughters.html

They can sponsor their married sons and daughters for green cards. See http://shusterman.com/green-cards-for-your-married-children.html

Permanent residents (green card holders) can sponsor their spouses and children for green cards. See http://shusterman.com/green-cards-for-spouse-and-children.html

They can also sponsor their unmarried adult sons and daughters for green cards. See http://shusterman.com/green-cards-unmarried-adult-sons-and-daughters.html

For more information, please see our Green Cards through Family Members page at http://shusterman.com/greencardsthroughrelatives.html

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