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I'm an anchor baby, my mom wants to immigrate trough me

My mom birthed me and my sister in the US just so we would have the citizenship. I've lived my whole life in Tijuana. She did it 100% for us, I'm currently in college working a part-time minimum wage job in San Diego and that's great money for me. She has been in a relationship for like ten years with a US citizen, though they aren't married. In fact, he's been married this whole time (100% not together with the other woman, they just hadn't ended their relationship through legal means). For the last year he's been in court hearings regarding his divorce, there are disputes for alimony and assets and stuff, and there's no apparent near end.

So, recently, my mom got the itch to start looking for immigration routes. She went to a very well-known immigration law firm in the area, and apparently the best route is through me. Something to do with it being faster through your kids rather than through marriage, plus ideally if they get married they'd start the process as soon as possible, which would raise suspicions. My mom has a shitty memory and didn't take any notes so she doesn't even remember well what was said, but for some reason it's better to do it through me than through my sister. Context if important: I live in Tijuana and work in the US, part-time minimum wage job. Sister moved a bit more south to be with her partner and is working remotely for a San Diego company, full time engineering job. If she's forced to go back to work in person, she won't.

My mom's plan is to get the citizenship so she can semi-retire from her current professional job and live in Tijuana and work a part-time minimum wage job in San Diego. Please save any negative comments you might have about this, I'm only asking for the legality and feasibility of it.

If she does decide to go through me, would I be responsible for something? The one signing for economic support would be her partner. She said that they told her I would have to go to another appointment, sign something, and that would be my only participation in all of this. I want to take those papers to another lawyer just to check. What might those papers be?

Sorry for the long post.

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