Marriage and Family Immigration

There has never been a better time to get your spouse a green card. Whether your husband or wife is outside the United States or already stateside, we are here to help.

If you are an immigrant or a US citizen, you don’t need to be afraid.

We’ve been helping immigrants become green card holders and US citizens for a quarter-century. We stay current on all the daily changes to immigration law and have a history of solving complicated immigration issues.

Immigration is Open and So Are We!

US Immigration is processing visas and green cards. We are now seeing clients in carefully arranged times at our offices.

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Do you need a lawyer to help you?

If you want a secure, positive outcome, then the answer is yes. Immigration rules change all the time. Our five attorney team is on the cutting edge of these changes and the opportunities available to immigrants.

There are all kinds of different options for marriage and family based immigration. There has never been a better time to get your paperwork prepared and in order. When the pandemic ends, there will be a glut of immigration cases.

How long will you wait to get your spouse into a lawful permanent status?

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  • MARRIAGE AND FAMILY-BASED IMMIGRATION OPTIONS

  • WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR A MARRIAGE-BASED GREEN CARD

    • You must be legally married (if you are not, we may be able to help you with a K visa for fiancees).
    • The Immigration Service will check to make sure your relationship is real. Immigration has always scrutinized marriage cases to stop fraud.
    • Domestic partnerships and civil unions aren’t recognized as marriage under federal law, so you won’t qualify for a marriage green card unless you’re officially married.
    • Polygamy is not legally recognized in the United States. Even if legal in your country, it will not be upheld in the US.
  • WHAT ARE THE SPONSORSHIP REQUIREMENTS For THE US CITIZEN WHO IS BRINGING IN A SPOUSE OR FAMILY?

    • The sponsor must be age 18 or older.
    • The sponsor will need to file an affidavit of support pledging to provide for their spouse.
    • The sponsor must prove that he or she has the means to support their spouse (or family). If they cannot prove this they may get a joint sponsor to help.

 

 

We are here to answer all your questions about Marriage and Family Immigration

You don’t have to try to find the answer to your questions online. Please don’t try to do your immigration paperwork on your own. Call a team of experienced professionals in immigration law.
US Immigration is processing visas and green cards. We are now seeing clients in carefully arranged times at our offices.

Call 973.642.1111