Family-based immigration provides an opportunity for foreigners who have family members who are Legal Permanent Residents or Citizens of United States to immigrate to the United States. An individual who is 21 years of age or older and either an American Citizen or a Legal Permanent Resident of the United States may petition for his/her relatives. While both American Citizens and United States Legal Permanent Citizens may petition for their relatives, the type of relatives for whom each may file is not the same. In addition, the processing times are different for United States Citizens and Legal Permanent Resident as well as for each type of relative.
Leave the process to an Immigration Professional
While the above requirements may seem straightforward, there are many intricacies involved in the application process and often times an applicant may get denied despite meeting the above requirements if any parts of the application are filled out incorrectly. This may set applicants back months if not completely ruin their chances of a second application. Since the process is complex and the outcome is vitally important, it is recommended to hire an experienced immigration attorney to navigate this complex process for you. We are a full service immigration law-firm that practices exclusively in immigration matters and will be happy to discuss the specifics of your case with you. Contact us by phone or email today to schedule a consultation with Shirley Reginiano, Esq.
Why should you hire Immigration Lawyer Shirley Reginiano
- Avoid costly mistakes and delays in dealing with the USCIS
- Experienced immigration attorney who deals exclusively in immigration matters prepares and file your case, NOT a Notorio or Paralegal.
- Access to legal advice from the comfort of your home or office
- Low, Flat Fee with no hidden costs.
- Full Review of your particular circumstances
- Confirmation that a family based petition filing is appropriate for you
- Checklist of documents that you need for your application
- Complete & Accurate preparation of your application
- Submission of your family based petition application to the appropriate government agencies
- Timely correspondence with government agencies handling your application
- Expert advise on what to expect at the USCIS interview