T-Visa New Citizen Wants to Petition a Sibling

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A regular Balitang America viewer, Rob, emailed this question to us:

“Can I petition my one and only sister who’s married with 3 kids? I am a T visa recipient and recently became a U.S. citizen. I am cognizant that my petition will fall under F4 and it could take 20 to 25 years for my sister to come here.

Is there a way that I may be able to request to expedite the process given the circumstances or the nature of how I acquired my U.S. citizenship?

I am alone here in the U.S. for more than 10 years now and it will be a great opportunity for my sister to be here so we can reunite forever and be happy. My sister and I have medical problems and we are orphans. We hope you can help us.”

Watch Atty Lou’s response regarding Rob’s inquiry in the video.

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