Families belong together. We have helped hundreds of clients from all over the world obtain residency in the United States for their loved ones through family-based immigration. If you are a citizen or permanent resident and would like to obtain permanent residency for your spouse, parent, child, sibling or fiancé, contact us to get started.
Permanent Residence (Green Card) Through Marriage
Marriage to a citizen or permanent resident (green card holder) of the U.S. is one of the most common ways for foreign-born individuals to acquire permanent resident status in the United States.
It is important to remember, however, that marriage does not automatically convert someone to a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and anyone seeking permanent residence must be admissible. In some situations, waivers may be attainable for certain kinds of inadmissibility.
To learn more about permanent residence through marriage, or for help removing conditions of your two-year green card, contact us for a consultation today.
If the love of your life is living abroad, contact us to discuss filing a fiancé(e) petition. Fiancé(e) visas are issued at consulates and embassies abroad.
Once your fiancé(e) enters the United States, you must get married within ninety days.
We can help you through every step of the process to bring your fiancé(e) to the United States. Contact us to schedule a consultation.
Immigration Through Family
Citizens and permanent residents of the United States are eligible to petition for certain members of their families, enabling those family members to become permanent residents in the United States, too. Depending on the family relationship and country of birth of the beneficiary, some cases take longer than others to be processed.
Immigration through family can be complicated, but we can help you and your family members through every step of the process whether you will be processing abroad through a U.S. embassy or consulate, or adjusting status inside the United States. Don’t wait, changes in the age of the beneficiary or derivative beneficiary can affect processing times dramatically.
Schedule a consultation to find the best options for your family.