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My parents came to visit on visitor (b2 visa) and my sister is a US citizen.

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  • My parents came to visit on visitor (b2 visa) and my sister is a US citizen.

    My sister wants to file for their GC but does not know if we should file the GC here or when they are in India. Someone told me it is illegal to file the GC when you come on the B1 but my friends told me no it is ok. Now we are worried, my mum is not well and we do not know what to do. How long it takes if I have to file from India or should we file from here?

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    This is a very common question, and a source of a lot of confusion, even amongst immigration practitioners, USCIS officers, and Consular Officers (AKA ConOffs). The answer, like most things in immigration, is "maybe."
    As many people know, a B1/B2 visitor visa is not a dual intent visa. In other words, you should only have the intent to stay as a visitor and not to immigrate when you get the visa. If a ConOff interviewing you for the visa asks you whether you have intent to immigrate or if you have a US Citizen fiancé in the US, etc, and you say that you do have a fiancé and intend to get married and immigrate, you will not get the visa.
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