Excellent news for Ecuador!

In an exciting development, the United States Department of Homeland Security has recently announced a new family reunification permit process aimed specifically at Ecuadorian nationals. This announcement has been received with great enthusiasm, as it provides the opportunity to reunite with loved ones who are US citizens or legal permanent residents on US soil.

The Family Reunification Permit processes promote unity and are part of the comprehensive measures announced in April by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of State. This is done with the objective of strengthening national, regional and hemispheric efforts to create the necessary conditions for safe, orderly, humanitarian and regular migration.

Specifically, this new process offers Ecuadorians and their immediate family members the valuable opportunity to obtain an individual permit valid for a period of up to three years. During this time, they will be able to remain in the United States while they wait to apply for lawful permanent resident status. This news is a ray of hope for many Ecuadorian families who long to be together in a country full of opportunities and possibilities.

Beneficiaries may be: An immediate family member for whom the petitioner filed a Form I-130. For example, the primary beneficiary could be a spouse or unmarried child under age 21 of a lawful permanent resident petitioner, or an adult child or sibling of a U.S. citizen petitioner.

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If you are among the Ecuadorians interested in taking advantage of this opportunity and are eager to reunite with your loved ones in the United States, it is essential to know the eligibility details and application procedures. To obtain specific information about your situation and ensure you meet the necessary requirements, we recommend that you schedule an appointment with us. Start the application process today.


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