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Sponsor My Father or Mother for a Green Card

Prepare Your USCIS Form I-130 Family Based Green Card

Sponsor My Father or Mother for a Green Card

Our Services Include

  • Safe and secure online do it yourself immigration software
  • Easy to understand instructions
  • Eligibility check before starting your application
  • Helpful tools to prepare and file your application correctly
  • Print ready application ready to mail to the USCIS
  • Peace of mind

Price $335 (Government Fees not included )

Prepare Your USCIS Form I-130

Sponsor My Father or Mother for a Green Card

Application Package $335 + USCIS Filing Fees
Sponsor My Father or Mother for a Green Card

By the way, here’s something you should know before using our service By the way, here’s something you should know before using our service. Read More IF YOU HAVEN'T NOTICED YET, WE ARE NOT A LAW FIRM AND ARE NOT affiliated with ANY GOVERNMENT AGENCY. WE ARE A PRIVATELY OWNED WEBSITE PROVIDING EASY, SELF HELP ONLINE IMMIGRATION SOLUTIONS. PURCHASE PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE GOVERNMENT FILING FEES. BLANK FORMS ARE AVAILABLE WITH INSTRUCTIONS FOR FREE FROM THE USCIS. Our software was built by immigration professionals and currently used by immigration attorneys. We pride ourselves in running the latest technology to make the immigration application process easy and secure. Our teams spend hundreds of hours every week improving how our systems work to make your experience the best it can be on any device. CUSTOMER SERVICE AGENTS ARE NOT LAWYERS AND WILL ONLY ANSWER QUESTIONS REGARDING BILLING OR OUR SOFTWARE. We’re sure the USCIS tries really hard to make the immigration process easier for you, we’re just here to do it better. The choice is yours! close

What’s Included in Your Application Package Service
  • Complete your application online using our easy to use immigration software.
  • Securely check your application using our Immigration Error Report technology.
  • Review entire application for omissions of key information.
  • Examine for typographical errors that might delay processing.
  • Confirm consistent spellings of names and places throughout the application.
  • Check for inconsistent, illogical or conflicting dates.
  • Review for obviously illogical entries.
  • Search for entries that conflict with each other.
  • Our software checks the information you provide against the eligibility requirements for the immigration benefit you’re seeking, and notifies you if those requirements are not met.
  • Once you complete your application, we print, assemble and mail out your application package to you.
  • We include sticky notes on where you need to sign and date your application.
  • Service includes a pre-paid envelope for you to mail your completed package directly to the USCIS for processing.
  • We mail your application package via USPS

Parent Visa

Parents of US citizens are eligible to become US Green Card holders (also known as legal permanent residents). Green cards allow you to live and work in the United States permanently and also offer a pathway to citizenship. To be eligible for a parental green card, your child must be a US citizen who is 21 years of age or older.

Visa Petition

To come to the United States as the parent of a US citizen, your US citizen child must first petition for you by filing USCIS Form I-130. Form I-130 is the Immigrant Petition for Relative and is used for all family category immigrant visas. Once the I-130 is approved, you must wait for a visa number to become available before filing Form I-485 to receive your green card and permanent resident status.

Parent Visa

Depending if you are the mother or father of your US citizen child and on the circumstances of the child's birth (in or out of wedlock), different documents will be required for your green card application. The following are a list of documents required to file the I-130 petition, to be filed by the US citizen child.

  • Mother living abroad
    • Copy of child's Birth Certificate showing mother's name
    • Copy of child's Certificate of Naturalization or US passport if not born in the United States
  • Father living abroad, child born in-wedlock
    • Copy of child's Birth Certificate showing father's name
    • Copy of child's Certificate of Naturalization or US passport if not born in the United States
    • Copy of Marriage Certificate from marriage to the child's mother
  • Father living abroad, child born out-of-wedlock & not legitimated by father until 18 years old
    • Copy of child's Birth Certificate showing father's name
    • Copy of child's Certificate of Naturalization or US passport if not born in the United States
    • Evidence that an emotional or financial bond existed between father and child before the child was married or reached the age of 21, whichever came first
  • Father living abroad, child born out-of-wedlock and legitimated by father before the child reached 18 years of age
    • Copy of child's Birth Certificate showing father's name
    • Copy of child's Certificate of Naturalization or US passport if not born in the United States
    • Evidence that the child was legitimated before his/her 18th birthday either through the marriage of the biological mother and father, the laws of the child's state or country (by birth or residence), or the laws of the father's state or country (by birth or residence)
  • Step-parent living abroad
    • Copy of child's Birth Certificate showing names of natural parents
    • Copy of child's Certificate of Naturalization or US passport if not born in the United States
    • Copy of the Marriage Certificate of the natural parent to the step-parent, showing that the marriage took place before the child's 18th birthday
    • Copy of any divorce decrees, death certificates, or annulment decrees to show that any previous marriage entered by the natural or step-parent ended legally
  • Adoptive parent living abroad
    • Copy of child's Birth Certificate showing names of birth parents
    • Copy of child's Certificate of Naturalization or US passport if not born in the United States
    • Certified copy of the adoption certificate showing that the adoption took place before the child's 16th birthday
    • Statement showing the dates and places the child and adoptive parent have lived together

What is I-485?

The I-485 is a US Citizenship and Immigration (USCIS) form. It is officially titled Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status. Form I-485 is the application for US permanent residence, commonly known as a green card. A green card allows you to live and work in the United States permanently.

What is I-130

The I-130 is a US Citizenship and Immigration (USCIS) form. It is officially titled Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative. Form I-130 is required for family-based immigration applications. It must be filed by the US citizen or permanent resident relative on behalf of the immigrant applicant to prove their relationship.

What is naturalization

Naturalization is the process of becoming a citizen. If you are not born in the United States or born to US citizen parents, you may only become a US citizen through the process of naturalization. The naturalization process first requires you to become a US permanent resident (green card holder) and live in the United States for a period of continuous residence. You must also pass the citizenship test which requires you to have knowledge of US history and government and fluency of the English language.

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