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Frequently Asked Questions
 
Q.        I am a U.S. citizen and I want to file for permanent residence (green card) for members of my
            family. Whom can I petition for?
 
A.        A U.S. citizen can petition for a spouse and minor, unmarried child. You can also petition for
            your parents, married or single adult sons or daughters (21 years old or older) and siblings, but
            you must be at least 21 years old.
 
Q.        I have been a permanent resident for many years, but my English is not that good. When can I
            take my citizenship test in Spanish?    
 
A.        If you are at least 50 years old and have been a permanent resident for at least 20 years, or 55
            years old and have been a permanent resident for 15 years, you can take the citizenship test in
            Spanish.
 
Q.        Who are the persons who fall in the different preferences or categories for family based visas?
 
A.         Immigration has four basic preferences or categories for beneficiaries filing for residence through family relationship. They are as follows:
 
            1st        unmarried adult children (21 years or older) of a U.S. Citizen;
            2A         spouses and unmarried children (under 21 years of age) of a permanent resident
            2B         unmarried adult children (21 years or older) of a permanent resident;
            3rd        married son or daughter of a U.S. Citizen;
            4th        brothers or sisters (married or single) of a U.S. Citizen.
 
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