The question would be if they got deported for overstaying a visitor visa or for breaking the law by using another persons ID. Using a false identity is fraud and I think that the man will have a tough time getting in despite the children sponsoring if he was caught. The children can go, they are American. But will immigrations forgive the laws that were broken for the parents application?Random question about What I’m sure it is a rat case but from different nationality.
This random guy went To USA as tourist with his girlfriend many years ago, they never got married but they lived toghether since then. She had family in USA so they overstayed their tourist visa, they had children born American citizens. He was working with a social security number from other person, she was at college but I don’t know the circumstances. Somehow he was threatened at that job and feared deportation, took the whole family to their origin country. He started from 0 to work and build a career, now that their children are grown up they as Americans decided to go back and claim their rights, one of them even appears in some sort of military uniform. Parents are still not married but living together and planning to go back in two years. Is that possible? Is That easy? Or they are trusting their children will do paperwork for them... is that fast?