Form I-730 | Refugee/Asylee Relative Petition
Purpose of Form
Refugees or people who are looking for asylum in the US usually worry about their relatives or children because there is always a risk of getting in a difficult situation or hazards, which forced the refugee to leave his or her country. If you have got a refugee status two years ago, you can get benefits for your unmarried children under 21 and your wife or husband.
If you are a refugee in the US and you worry that your family can face the same problems that made you seek asylum in the US, you should file USCIS Form I-730 (Refugee/Asylee Relative Petition) in order to help your family members to enter the US as well.
Where to File
July 4, 2019