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How can someone who entered the country as a minor with no visa become a resident?

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2008-05-23 21:30:58
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Any one, including a minor, enters US should have a visa. If a minor enters US without a visa and U.S. custom inspection & I-94 card, most likely, this minor enters US illegally. If that is the case, it is very difficult for this illegal minor alien to become legal US Permanent Resident later, according to current US immigration law. Even if after many years, this alien marries with a U.S. citizen, this alien is still not eligible to adjust his/her status to US permanent residence inside the U.S., because he/she entered U.S. illegally without U.S. custom inspection and I-94 card.

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