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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which Form 8815 Eligible

Instructions and Help about Which Form 8815 Eligible

Hi guys, welcome back to my channel. Welcome if you're new! I hope you're having a wonderful day. As always, my name is Xenia and I make videos for people who, like myself, are going through the immigration process by themselves. Just a disclaimer, my videos are not legal advice and I'm not an immigration attorney. The purpose of my channel is to give you guys the confidence to go through the family-based immigration process by yourself. So for today's video, I have decided to sit down and explain to you guys how the concurrent filing process actually works. If this is your first video on this channel, I suggest that you check out the multiple playlists that I have explaining the family-based immigration process. In the first half of this video, I will explain the options that you have for concurrent filing. And in the later half of this video, I will go over some of the most frequent questions that I have received about concurrent filing. In order to help your relative immigrate to the United States, you first must file something known as a petition for alien relative, also known as Form I-130. This form can be filed by either U.S. citizens or green card holders who want to help their relatives come to the United States. Depending on whether you are a permanent resident or U.S. citizen, there are different types of relatives that you can petition to immigrate to the United States, and that is also outlined in the I-130 form instructions. Once this petition I-130 is approved, the next step for your relative is to apply for an actual green card. If your relative is currently residing inside the United States, they will have to apply for a green card using Form I-485, also known as the adjustment...