What is the family reunification process in immigration?
The process begins when an American citizen or legal permanent resident files a petition with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service of the Department of Homeland Security. Citizens may file a petition for their fiancé(e), children, spouse, mother, father, or sibling.
Why is family reunification important?
Reunification allows foster children to return to a stable, consistent environment with routines they know and understand. Foster parents can help promote better mental health, lower stress levels, and happier lives for children in their care.
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