Immigration Matters


    Family Petitions are recommended when you are living in the United States and you want to file a petition to bring a family member, like a parent or sibling, from
    another country into the U.S.


    Green Cards allow for the acquisition of permanent resident status in the United States. This allows individuals the opportunity to live and work in the U.S.
    permanently, leading the way to possible citizenship after maintaining status as a permanent resident. There are many ways to acquire a Green Card based on
    various details that differ with each individual case.


    Naturalization refers to a situation in which a person receives citizenship from a country that he or she was not born. In order to qualify for Naturalization, one
    must hold legal status as a full time resident, uphold all of the country’s laws, and pledge your allegiance to the country in which you wish to be naturalized.

  • U-VISA

    A U-Visa is gives temporary legal status for a specified amount of time to victims of certain types of crimes that allows them to stay in the U.S. after leaving their
    U.S. citizen spouse. This visa can also include the family members of the victim, such as children and parents, to protect all individuals from crime or abuse.


    Other Immigration matters as described in our blog can be further discussed in detail with our office when making an appointment for a consultation with our attorneys. Different matters require an in-depth description with an attorney so he or she could devise a specific plan towards your goal and so you could fully understand the complicated legal processes regarding immigration and citizenship.

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