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The answer is yes, you can petition for all of them if you are a U.S. Citizen, or if you are a U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident, you can only petition for the unmarried sons and daughters. As to how long it can take, well, for your unmarried children, it would take about 12 years. For the married children, it would take about 22 years. Unfortunately, that is a waiting line of people that have applied before you and nothing in the law allows for anyone to jump ahead of anyone else in line, not even in an emergency.
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