Quote from bon jovi
Thanks....well she has been here long time, she lives here, she has a child (us citizen) and she is in the process of getting visa trough her brother (it takes sometimes over 10 years to get it).
So again, where I can find any info about that. thanks
Again, just because she has been here, she is still waiting for the documentation thru her brother, and it can be much longer than that. To go and take a program when you cannot use it is utterly useless. And just because she has a son that was born here and is a US citizen, it does not give her permission to work.
What type of visa is she actually on? If she has been here ten years, but is waiting for the petitioning by her brother, chances are she is here without a valid visa. I would be extremely careful right now with that, they are having immigration croackdowns all over, and even are doing routine stops by INS in the US for everyone going thru a certain area.
Unless you can tell me the type of visa that she is on and she is current with it, such as H4 or something similar, there is no way that I woudl tell anyone to try school right now........I have seen several people deported over the past few months and they were even nurses, because of issues with SSN# or visa.
Asking for my opinion? Unless there is a current visa, there is nothing that should be attempted, and you still have not answered my question.