Answer the following questions to see if you may be eligible for a Child visa (IR2).

The U.S. parent must prove that he or she is a United States citizen. For Green Card holders, the Child visa is available through a different procedure, which takes much longer than for U.S. citizens.

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The U.S. parent must prove that he or she is at least 21 years old by the time they file the petition to sponsor their child(ren).

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The U.S. parent must prove that he or she is living in the U.S. and has a valid U.S. address.

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The U.S. parent must prove that they’ve had legal custody of their child(ren) in the past 2 years prior to filing their petition.

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The U.S. parent must prove that they’ve had legal custody of their child(ren) in the past 2 years prior to filing their petition.

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For adult foreign children (over 21 years old), you may apply through a different process, which can last up to 10 years or longer, depending on the country, because there is a limit to the visas made available.

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Only unmarried children who are under the age of 21 can apply for an IR2 Child visa. U.S. citizen parents can sponsor their married children through a different process, which can last up to 15 years or longer, depending on the country, because there is a limit to the visas made available. U.S. Legal Permanent Resident parents cannot sponsor their married children.

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You need a valid birth certificate proving the parent - child relationship. Case-specific scenarios include: genetic mother, non-genetic legal gestational mother, genetic father and step-parent (step-mother or step-father).

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