Family Immigration

How do I petition for a foreing relative if I reside outside the United States?

How do I petition for a foreing relative if I reside outside the United States?

If you are a citizen or lawful permanent resident (LPR) in the United States, and you need to help a family member obtain a Permanent Resident Card in the country, better known as a Green Card, but you live outside the USA, in this article we tell you how you can get it from a family immigration lawyer.  In order…

Conceptos Básicos de las O-2 y O-3 visas

Conceptos Básicos de las O-2 y O-3 visas

¿Sabía que, si es titular de la visa O-1, puede tener familiares inmediatos o asistentes que lo acompañen cuando venga a los Estados Unidos? Los asistentes clave de los titulares de la visa O-1 tienen la oportunidad de unirse a ellos en los EE. UU. con una visa O-2. Por otro lado, los familiares de los titulares de las visas…

Applying for a 10-Year Green Card if you get Divorced from your Spouse

Applying for a 10-Year Green Card if you get Divorced from your Spouse

Did you know that you can still complete your application for removal of conditions on your two-year Green Card, to get the 10-year Green Card, even if you divorce the spouse who you petitioned for a Green Card with? Although you are supposed to jointly petition with your spouse for the conditions to be removed, you may apply for a…

Immigration to the U.S. via the Southern Border

Immigration to the U.S. via the Southern Border

Crossing the southern border to immigrate to the United States is an intensive process that can impact your immigration options for legal status. This post discusses the process of immigrating to the United States via the southern border, including why individuals undertake such a journey, the risks involved, and the benefits. Why do people make the journey to cross the…

Understanding Immigration: Why Immigrate to the United States?

Understanding Immigration: Why Immigrate to the United States?

Have you ever wondered why people immigrate to the United States and how immigration shapes U.S. communities? Read on to learn more about immigration to the U.S.! What Motivates People to Immigrate to the U.S. There are many different motivations that go into immigration into the United States. Every year, the U.S. accepts over 1 million people through the immigration…

How to Choose a Good Immigration Attorney

How to Choose a Good Immigration Attorney

Are you interested in immigrating to the United States and want to maximize your chances of getting your visa approved? One of the most important steps to successfully obtain a visa is to hire a licensed immigration attorney to represent you and help you with your case. Read on to learn more about some of the key considerations you should…

Overview of Family Reunification

Overview of Family Reunification

Are you and your family members split between the U.S. and another country and hoping to reunite in the United States? Through a process called family reunification, you can apply for family members in other countries to come to the United States if at least one family member is in the U.S. as a citizen, Green Card holder, or refugee.…

Five Tips for Providing Evidence with an Immigration Petition

Five Tips for Providing Evidence with an Immigration Petition

When applying for any immigration benefit in the United States, one of the most important aspects of getting approved is presenting all the necessary evidence and supporting documentation with your application. Here are five (5) tips to keep in mind when gathering documents to submit with your immigration petition! Always Provide Identification (ID) Documents No matter what type of immigration…

5 Mistakes to Avoid on a Spouse Petition

5 Mistakes to Avoid on a Spouse Petition

While completing a form can seem as simple as just typing in the requested information, when it comes to immigration petitions, you can make an unknown mistake that could either lead to a rejection of your petition or lead to delays. We often get questions about important things to consider when petitioning for a visa for your spouse. Here are…

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