Family Immigration

What Happens if the Principal Beneficiary or Petitioner of a Family Petition Passes Away?

What Happens if the Principal Beneficiary or Petitioner of a Family Petition Passes Away?

Navigating Immigration After a Petitioner’s Demise If you have a pending family petition to enter the United States, you might be wondering what will happen if the principal beneficiary or petitioner passes away and how this will affect your ability to obtain a visa. Read on to learn more about what options are still available for you to get your…

I am a U.S. citizen and I want to petition for my spouse, do I need a family immigration lawyer?

I am a U.S. citizen and I want to petition for my spouse, do I need a family immigration lawyer?

How can I petition for My Spouse Immigration? While for many people long distance relationships can be functional, for others it can be difficult to live far away from the person they love. Fortunately, if you are a U.S. citizen, the immigration law makes it easy for you to petition for your spouse by granting him or her permanent residency…

If I am a permanent resident in the USA, how can I change my address in USCIS with an immigration lawyer?

If I am a permanent resident in the USA, how can I change my address in USCIS with an immigration lawyer?

If you are a U.S. citizen and married to a foreign national, but he or she does not have the necessary documentation to travel to the United States with you, the K3 Visa may be the solution for you to be reunited in the country, without immigration issues that may interfere. But, do you know what is a K3 Visa?…

Tips for filing Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, with a family immigration lawyer

Tips for filing Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, with a family immigration lawyer

When you are a U.S. citizen or a beneficiary of a lawful permanent residence (Green Card) in the United States, but you have a relative living in a foreign country, you may have the opportunity to bring them to live with you by filing Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, with the help of our family immigration lawyer. It is…

After my adopted child’s petition, how can a family immigration attorney help me make them U.S. citizens?

After my adopted child’s petition, how can a family immigration attorney help me make them U.S. citizens?

Transforming Adoption Dreams into U.S. Citizenship Once you, as a U.S. citizen, go through the process of petitioning for your adopted child to live with you in the U.S., there may be a desire to make them a citizen as well, so they can obtain the benefits you enjoy in the country. For this purpose, our family immigration lawyer can…

How can I bring my parents to the United States with the help of a family immigration lawyer?

How can I bring my parents to the United States with the help of a family immigration lawyer?

Reuniting Your Family If you legally live within the United States but your parents are abroad, the immigration law has an alternative with which you can petition for them to live in the country. This process grants them legal permanent residency (Green Card). For this purpose, our family immigration lawyer can provide you with all the advice you need to…

3 steps to apply for a Nonimmigrant Visa for a spouse (K-3)

3 steps to apply for a Nonimmigrant Visa for a spouse (K-3)

If you as a U.S. citizen are legally married to a foreign citizen, you may need an immigrant visa so that your wife or husband can legally enter the country and live with you without any immigration problems. In these cases, the first step is to apply for the US spouse visa, officially known as K3 visa. By having this…

If I am in the USA, what do I need to do to adjust my status as a family member of a permanent resident?

If I am in the USA, what do I need to do to adjust my status as a family member of a permanent resident?

Adjustment of Status To live in the United States legally, the immigration law establishes a broad range of procedures and visa options that you can opt for, in order to have the opportunity to fulfill your dream of immigrating to the land of freedom. However, if you are a relative of a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, the process…

How can a family immigration lawyer help me petition for my adopted child if I’m a permanent resident in the U.S.?

How can a family immigration lawyer help me petition for my adopted child if I’m a permanent resident in the U.S.?

Petition for Adopted Child as a Permanent Resident While petitioning for family members to immigrate to the US is not always a challenging process, it becomes more so with children who have been adopted. There are many rules and requirements for them to be considered the petitioner’s child, and even more requirements for those who are not US citizens. For…

How do I apply for a family member from the U.S. if I am a Green Card holder?

How do I apply for a family member from the U.S. if I am a Green Card holder?

Green Card Holder’s Guide to Bringing Loved Ones to the U.S The U.S. immigration law allows you to access a great number of immigration procedures with which you can even reunite with your family in the United States and, in addition, facilitate them the way to receive a legal immigration status in the country. With the help of our family…

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