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Stepchildren and Green Cards

A woman in the New York area is working to have her children approved for a green card as she is married to a U.S. citizen who is now their stepfather. According to reports, the stepchildren should qualify for permanent residence based on the petition as she was married to the stepfather before they turned 18 years old. There may be many steps involved in this process, but so long as the marriage is real, the process should move forward.

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