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Post by LoveStory08 Fri Oct 01, 2021 10:10 am

hoàng tử lưng gù wrote:
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Hihi, cưng còn có con ở Việt Nam?  Con ruột hay con nuôi vậy nè? Và bao nhiêu tuổi nếu cưng không ngại nói cho anh gù biết.

hehe I'm asking for my cousin, anh gu! hehe

Oh, ic.  Nếu là trên 21 tuổi, và parent chưa có quốc tịch mỹ thì lâu lắm đó cưng ơi.  Cưng khuyên người muốn bảo lãnh người bên nhà, thì cứ nộp đơn bảo lãnh trước, rồi khi đã vào quốc tịch rồi, chỉ việc update giấy tờ, thì sẽ nhanh hơn là khi chưa có quốc tịch. Nhưng sẽ không dưới 10 năm đâu.

They co green card.. mo*'i qua My đuoc vai tha'ng..
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Post by LoveStory08 Fri Oct 01, 2021 10:11 am

Tu* Khoai wrote:
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Theyre over 21 ànd is single.

The kids are over 21, but what status is your cousin ? US citizen ? or Green Card holder ?

Anyhoo, for US Citizens, the kids are under F1 preference category.  It would mean that it would take about 10 years and 2 months for application to become current (or to get call for an interview).  For Green card Holders, their kids would fall under F2B preference category, which would equate to about 6 more months of wait time, or 10 years and 8 months.

All together, it would take up to 11 to 12 years before their children can reunite with them in the States.

Green card holder. I googled and it says 6-10years..
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Post by Rice Fri Oct 01, 2021 10:20 am

Love, I don't think it'll take less than 10 years. Chị có người quen lảnh vụ này nhiều and không ai lảnh dưới 10 years
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Post by BeiBei Fri Oct 01, 2021 10:26 am

I would think it’s more complicated for Asian countries. My European coworker was able to sponsor her children to the US within 2 years. It didn’t cost her much. Just a lot of paperwork and time.
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Post by LoveStory08 Fri Oct 01, 2021 4:15 pm

Rice wrote:Love, I don't think it'll take less than 10 years. Chị có người quen lảnh vụ này nhiều and không ai lảnh dưới 10 years

Phai khong? Cousin em con noi 5 nam nua kia
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Post by LoveStory08 Fri Oct 01, 2021 4:16 pm

BeiBei wrote:I would think it’s more complicated for Asian countries. My European coworker was able to sponsor her children to the US within 2 years. It didn’t cost her much. Just a lot of paperwork and time.

Of course, Europe—not a third world country
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Post by Tu* Khoai Fri Oct 01, 2021 4:30 pm

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Green card holder.  I googled and it says 6-10years..

Whoever gave you that information is wrong. All you would need to do is to look in the BCIS and look for Visa Bulletin information. From there, it will tell you what is the current priority date is. That is an official federal website with updated information.

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Post by BeiBei Fri Oct 01, 2021 5:01 pm

LoveStory08 wrote:
BeiBei wrote:I would think it’s more complicated for Asian countries. My European coworker was able to sponsor her children to the US within 2 years. It didn’t cost her much. Just a lot of paperwork and time.

Of course, Europe—not a third world country

Is Japan a third world country?
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Post by LoveStory08 Fri Oct 01, 2021 5:16 pm

BeiBei wrote:
LoveStory08 wrote:
BeiBei wrote:I would think it’s more complicated for Asian countries. My European coworker was able to sponsor her children to the US within 2 years. It didn’t cost her much. Just a lot of paperwork and time.

Of course, Europe—not a third world country

Is Japan a third world country?

Google it!!
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Post by LoveStory08 Fri Oct 01, 2021 8:07 pm

Tu* Khoai wrote:
LoveStory08 wrote:

Green card holder.  I googled and it says 6-10years..

Whoever gave you that information is wrong.  All you would need to do is to look in the BCIS and look for Visa Bulletin information.  From there, it will tell you what is the current priority date is.  That is an official federal website with updated information.

Too complicated for me!! Laugh
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