Do you have a spouse or family member wishing to move to the United States from another country? We have helped many people throughout the United States that have family members, children, or a spouse in another country that wish to relocate to the United States. United States citizens can start petitions that can bring these people to the country on temporary visas or even on green cards, depending on the specifics of the situation. Additionally, under a k-3 or k-1 visa, spouses or fiancés can potentially be brought into the United States from foreign countries by American citizens.
It is important to realize that an I-130 must be filed in order to obtain a green card, or an I-129 must be filed in order to obtain a k-visa. A family member also has the option of directly applying for a visa within the United States Embassy. Our lawyers can help you explore the options that are available for your loved ones so you can be reunited, and we will help pursue the best option available to make that a reality.
Did you know?
Parents in the United States that are trying to obtain a visa for an unmarried daughter or son over the age of 21 is given first preference.
Unmarried children under 21, unmarried daughters and songs of legal permanent citizens and spouses of United States citizens are awarded second preference. Married children receive third preference. Siblings those living in the United States fall under the fourth preference.