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I'm confused. There is no such thing as an A-10 visa in US immigration laws.
Why can she not go back to China? Did she apply for asylum in the US?
She did apply for asylum maybe H-10 visa or something that sounds similar
There is something called an H-1B visa, but not an H-10 visa. And the H1B is an employment based visa, not a visa through asylum. Did she get her actual green card from the asylum case? Did she get approval for asylum? When did she do that?
She has made some very wrong choices about going about getting a green card which she doesn't have. I believe its a H-1B as you described since she did apply for asylum and was granted about 7 years ago. She wants a chance to see her mother possible before her mother dies which is the time it would take for her 10 year old son to become 21 and for her to be granted a green card. Is there some where with her current visa to visit and return. Or, what is the fastest way given the situation of illness with her mother for her to see her mother and be able to return to US?
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