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    Including Your Spouse and Children on a Green Card Application











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      Including Your Spouse and Children on a Green Card Application











      Including Your Spouse and Children on a Green Card Application











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        Are you applying for citizenship and wonder if including your spouse and children on a green card application is allowed? Check out this video and then call us for help.


        Question:

        Can I Include My Spouse and Children in a Green Card Application?

        Answer:

        A few days ago, we had a client in the office who had questions. Somebody else is applying for a green card for him, so he is the beneficiary of a green card application. He asked, “Is it possible to include my wife and my kids in this green card application?” We told him, yes, it is possible. You can include your wife and kids; however, there is an exception.

        If your kids are over the age of 21 or if they are married, you cannot include them in your green card application. There are, however, other pathways to lawful permanent residence for your children who are over the age of 21 or who are married.

        If you have any questions about the green card application process, give us a call.


        If you need to know more about obtaining a green card or have questions about including your spouse and children on a green card application, contact our experienced New York green card lawyer today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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