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Yes. Your father would file an I-130 relative immigrant petition for you. As a married child of a citizen, you would be in the F3 category. According to the current visa bulletin, visa numbers are currently available for F3 category petitions with priority dates about 13 years ago (even longer ago for people born in Mexico or the Philippines). The priority ...


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The rule is that for an entering nonimmigrant, their passport has to be valid for 6 months beyond the end of the period of stay (or, for passports from countries in the 6-month club, their passport has to be valid until the end of the period of stay). What this means is practice is that the admit-until date given by the immigration officer at entry on the I-...


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You can see each month's visa bulletin here. Assuming at least one of you or your husband was not born in India, Mexico, or the Philippines, visa numbers are currently available for F4 priority dates in 2006 (from the Final Action Date chart), and they are beginning to process cases for F4 priority dates in 2007 (from the Dates for Filing chart). Since your ...


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There are several issues here. First, you are not supposed to do work while you are in the US unless you are authorized to work in the US. Unless you can get TN status for your job (and even if you could get TN, you might be denied for immigrant intent because you are married to a US citizen), your most likely way to get work authorization would be to become ...


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You currently cannot fly from India to the US. You would have to spend at least 14 days in another country before entering the US. Source: https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/world.php -> USA: Students with an F-1 or M-1 visa and their F-2 and M-2 dependents. They must not arrive from or not have been in Brazil, China (People's Rep.), India or Iran in the ...


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