Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner, A PC | Brian David Lerner
*B2 Visitor Visa Application* A Visitor Visa will have to be obtained. My firm prepares the application and then sends it directly to the applicant who will then take it to the U.S. Consulate or Embassy for a decision. If done correctly, the issuance of this visa could take less than one month after it is completed. Visitor Visas are quite difficult to obtain. Thus, we would take 1/2 down, but not take the balance unless the Visitor Visa is approved.
Answer Applies to: California
Mayo Mallette PLLC | Thomas J. Rosser
I am assuming that you mean bringing your grandmother in for purposes of lawful permanent residence rather than a casual visit. Under that assumption, no, you cannot. However, if your parents are still living and are US citizens, they would be able to petition for her since she would potentially qualify as an "immediate relative" parent of your parents.
Answer Applies to: Mississippi
Frazier, Soloway & Poorak, P.C. | David Nabow Soloway
Far more information is needed in order to assess immigration eligibilities and options for your grandmother. In general, immigration eligibilities fall into family-related and employment-related categories, but regrettably there is no visa category for grandparent of a U.S. citizen. Your grandmother might consider engaging an immigration attorney to review all of her circumstances to explore any possible immigration eligibilities/options. [
Answer Applies to: Georgia
Law Office of Pho Ethan Tran PLLC | Pho Ethan Tran
You cannot petition for your grandmother to get her green card. Only immediate relatives (spouses, children, and brother and sisters) can petition for each other. However, your grandmother can always apply for a visitor visa at the nearest US consulate if she wants to visit the US temporarily.
Answer Applies to: Texas