What is an I130?
It is the family based petition for immigration purposes. This is used if you are trying to get a family member brought either from abroad or someone who was here in the United States, some sort of legal status in the United States.
The I130 does not establish anything other than the relationship between a U. S. Citizen or a legal permanent resident in their family member.
It does not convey any type of immigration benefit as far as any type of immigration status. All and I won 30 does. It merely establishes that you have a relationship identified under the Immigration and Naturalization Law that indicates your kinship with the person that you’re petitioning for.
Generally, the petitioner is the person that is filling it out. That is, a family member that is either a U S citizen or a legal permanent resident or a green card holder is they’re often referred to. Those people are the ones that submit the I130 on behalf of a family member who is the beneficiary of the application.
Immigration law in the United States is a difficult system to understand. I has many complex aspects. Here we hope to knock some of the confusion down and allow the public to better understand the system. From family based immigration, work visas, how to immigrate as a new spouse to a U.S. citizen, we aim to educate and inform about these processes.
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