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If the mother and father are green card visa holders can their unmarried son who is thirty years old get a visa and how much time does it take for getting such a green card visa?

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2005-11-11 01:37:32
2005-11-11 01:37:32

Yes they can. As long as that son is not married here or anywhere else. It should take 6 months to a year, (I think).

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