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How to bring family members to the U.S. - this Sunday on Citizen PInoy

April 14, 2021 AT 07:57 AM

LOS ANGELES, CA, April 13, 2021 - Leading U.S. Immigration Attorney Michael J. Gurfinkel provides the latest immigration developments, as featured on his YouTube channel: US Immigration TV.
He also answers questions from Kapamilya regarding their immigration concerns.
 Atty. Michael J. Gurfinkel (top left) answers immigration questions from Kapamilya (clockwise from top right): Mary Grace from Bocaue, Bulacan; Perly from Philadelphia, PA; and Hazel from Virginia Beach, VA.

Hazel from Virginia Beach, Virginia has a sister who was petitioned as single by their mother in 2010. However, the sister got married in 2011, and is currently living in Singapore with her husband. What is the best option to bring her to the U.S.?
Perly from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, wants to know what is the best way to petition her daughter, who is now 35 years old and married?
Mary Grace from Bocaue, Bulacan in the Philippines was petitioned by her parent in 2009 and it will be current soon. The petition includes her daughters who were very young at the time the petition was filed. The eldest child now has a daughter of her own. Can Mary Grace bring her granddaughter to the U.S. under the same petition?
Atty. Gurfinkel provides answers to these questions and more on a brand-new episode of CITIZEN PINOY,  this Sunday at 5:30 pm PT (8:30 pm ET thru select Cable/Satellite providers).