This is my background: I'm a US citizen by birth (and now I'm living in the United States working) while my father used to be a permanent resident here in the USA. We moved back to Thailand since I was young and his green card
expired. When he was here in the USA, he used to work in some Insurance company, restaurants, etc. so he had been paying tax and now as he is at the retirement age, we want to get him back as a permanent resident to get his Social Security tax return.
1. I know I need to file the I-130 form with some documents to the USCIS and they will send the petition to the National Visa Service and send it along to the US Embassy in BKK. and then what's the next process? They will ask my dad for an interview?
2. As now I'm still single, but in the next couple months I will get married with my boyfriend. Would that effect anything with the petition I'm going to file for my dad (I haven't told my family about the marriage thing yet)? As the date i file my petition I will still be single and my status in the document will say I'm single but during the process I might get married already, will i be considered that i give false information to the USCIS?
3.My boyfriend that I'm getting married is an A-2 visa, working at the embassy, We planned to file the petition for him to become a permanent resident, probably in the next year or two, but after the marriage, he would need to go back to Thailand due to business thing for a year, would there be any problem filing the form? and would it also effect my dad's?
Thank you, it's a long story,...