Question Hi! My mom is a naturalized US citizen and would like to petition my sister who is legally working in the US. My sister is single and over 21 years old. What forms other than the I-130 need to be filed? Do we also need to file the I-485?
Answer Form G-325A for both [Petitioner (your Mom) and the Beneficiary (your Mom's sister). Please note that being a sibling Petition it may take many years (10+) for the priority date to become current and then filing I-485 if your Mom's sister is still i the US legally otherwise it would be visa processed at the concerned consulate.
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Thank you for your response. I think I may have not been clear that it is my mom petitioning a daughter.
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