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How would a U.S. citizen get a green card for an immediate relative?

Follow these instructions to apply for a green card for an immediate relative of a U.S. citizen: 

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If your immediate relative has previously lived in the U.S. without any legal status, they may be ineligible for a green card, or they may require a waiver, depending on the circumstances. Consult an immigration attorney before you file any immigration application. 

Follow this set of instructions from United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) if you are a U.S. citizen applying for an unmarried child over 21, a married child, or a sibling over 21:

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This article gives answers to this and other common questions about family-based immigration, specifically about obtaining a green card.

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