Answer the following questions to see if you may be eligible for a Parent visa (IR5).

The U.S. child must prove that he or she is a United States citizen. Green Card holders (permanent residents) may NOT petition to bring parents to live permanently in the U.S.

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To sponsor your parents to come and live in the U.S., you must be a U.S. citizen and at least 21 years old.

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The U.S. immigration law requires that the U.S. sponsor must domicile in the U.S., which means that they must have a principal or actual dwelling place in the U.S.

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You need a valid birth certificate proving the parent - child relationship. Case-specific scenarios include: genetic mother, genetic father, genetic father if the child were born out of wedlock and were legitimated by the father before the child’s 18th birthday, step-parent (step-mother or step-father) and adoptive parent (adoptive mother or adoptive father, provided that the adoption took place before the child’s 16th birthday).

If the U.S. citizen were born out of wedlock and were not legitimated by their genetic father before the child’s 18th birthday, they can still sponsor their father. Additional evidence is required that an emotional or financial bond existed between the two parties before the child was married or reached the age of 21, whichever came first.

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