SEEKING HELP WITH A FAMILY-BASED IMMIGRATION MATTER?
BRING YOUR FAMILY INTO THE UNITED STATES – WE’RE IN THIS TOGETHER
If you are a permanent resident here in the United States, you can petition the United States government to sponsor a family member who is currently residing in another country. This is referred to as family-based immigration and the legal complexities can leave wondering how to begin the process. If you are in this situation, legal counsel can prove beneficial.
Call (202) 350-2571 to speak with us in a free case review.
- Is There A Difference Between A Family-Based Immigrant Visa And a Green Card?
- What Is The Petition For The Family-Based Immigrant Visa?
- Does My Family Member Have To Be Abroad At The Time Of Filing For Immigration?
In the case that you are a citizen of the United States, you have a little more leeway, allowing you to sponsor your spouse, your children of any age (whether or not they are married), your grandchildren, and in the case that you are 21 and older, you can petition to bring your siblings and their families. The entire process can seem a little confusing, but at our immigration law firm, The Fisher Legal Group, we are here to make the whole operation as simple as possible.
If you are a permanent resident of the United States, you may sponsor:
- Immediate family members
- Your spouse
- Your child (21 and under)
- Your unmarried child (21 and over)
HIGHLY SKILLED WASHINGTON D.C. IMMIGRATION LAWYERS ON YOUR SIDE
With the help of our experienced Washington D.C. immigration attorneys, you may be able to obtain residency for your familial loved one. We understand that there may be a sense of urgency or pressure and that the stakes are high for your family. Throughout the time we have been in practice, we have handled thousands of immigration cases and know what it takes to get a petition approved. Retaining our legal services is likely to greatly improve your chances of successfully obtaining residency for your family members. Our experienced and caring legal team is here to discuss your case and see how we can help.
Please don’t hesitate to call on us at (202) 350-2571 for the compassionate legal advice
and support you deserve in order to navigate the laws of family-based immigration!
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