Is there any law to provide legal stay to the parent of US citizen child with disability?

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My spouse and I are staying in the USA since last 10 years on work visa H-1B. We have our second daughter born in 2016 who is facing neurological disability which requires long term care and constant therapies. The current scenario is my husband's H-1B has denied and couldn't get back to the USA. I am here in the USA with my both kids on B2 Visa. My both kids are US Citizens. Is there any legislation which can provide legal stay to the parent of a child with disability in the USA?

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The answer is "No". You can stay on a tourist visa. There are no special visas or green card for such situations.  More...

 

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Submitted by Germain Anzara (not verified) on Fri, 03/11/2022 - 03:25 Permalink

I am a father of a 25 years old disabled child on removal proceeding since 1998. I did tried to reopen my case in 2015 but failed to pursue it to the end. Is there any way to get help in adjusting my status without leaving the country?

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Submitted by Dan Huynh (not verified) on Tue, 04/05/2022 - 12:19 Permalink

My wife and I are both US Citizens. My wife's parents are immigrants. They have a child at the age of 21, but she's blind and has autism. Would my wife's parents be able to bring their handicapped daughter to the US to become a citizen after they become citizens?

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Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 07/11/2022 - 15:49 Permalink

I am on H4 visa in Massachusetts. I want my parents to visit us along with my disabled brother -29 years old (cerebral palsy). Will there be any challenges for him to get a US tourist visa?

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Submitted by Mona (not verified) on Wed, 07/20/2022 - 00:58 Permalink

I become a US. citizen within a month and I want to apply for my parent's green card asap. I have a sister with down syndrome. she lives with my parents. if I want to apply for my sister the processing time takes more than 10 years. I would like to know since she has a special condition is there any way that I can expedite the process for her??

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Submitted by Firos Shamsudeen (not verified) on Fri, 10/21/2022 - 11:27 Permalink

I recently started a new job with J2 visa in USA. I am planning to bring my family to US. I will bring my younger son 15 years on J1 visa and wife on B2 visa but older child is 21 years and he is disability with cerebral palsy. Is he allowed to come to US

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Submitted by Angelica (not verified) on Tue, 11/22/2022 - 21:45 Permalink

My son is in the USA he is autistic he is 12 can I get some type of help to go back to him I had to come to Mexico for some family personal emergency I have no deportations no legal trouble and I also have a case of domestic violence by his father would that help me 9n something?

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Submitted by Rajiv S. Khanna on Fri, 11/25/2022 - 05:51 Permalink In reply to by Angelica (not verified)

I cannot think of any special visa for you. But our practice is heavily focused on employment and business-based immigration.

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