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Family & Married Visa

Family & Marriage Visas

At our immigration law firm in the United States, we are proud to offer comprehensive legal services for Family & Marriage Visas to immigrants. We understand the importance of family unity and are committed to assisting families and married couples in navigating the complex U.S. immigration system to achieve their immigration goals.

Key Highlights of the Legal Services We Provide:

  1. Visa Petition Preparation: Our experienced attorneys will assist in preparing and filing the necessary visa petitions for family members or spouses, including Form I-130 (Petition for Alien Relative) or Form I-129F (Petition for Alien Fiancé). We will ensure that all required documentation is gathered, translated (if necessary), and submitted accurately and timely to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
  2. Eligibility Assessment and Guidance: Our attorneys will provide expert advice on the eligibility requirements for Family & Marriage Visas, including the relationship criteria, financial sponsorship, and other supporting evidence that needs to be provided to establish the bona fide nature of the family or marriage relationship. We will assess the specific circumstances of each case and provide personalized guidance to maximize the chances of success.
  3. Legal Representation: Our attorneys will provide diligent legal representation throughout the entire immigration process, including attending interviews with USCIS or the U.S. consulates abroad, responding to Requests for Evidence (RFEs), and representing clients in immigration court in case of any appeals or disputes. We will work tirelessly to protect the rights and interests of our clients at every step of the process.
  4. Waiver of Inadmissibility: If a family member or spouse is deemed inadmissible to the United States due to certain grounds, such as criminal history or immigration violations, our attorneys will assess the eligibility for waivers of inadmissibility and prepare persuasive waiver applications to seek relief from such grounds of inadmissibility.

The Requirements For obtaining a Family & Marriage Visa in the United States

Obtaining a visa may vary depending on the type of visa and the family or marital relationship. However, some general requirements may include:

  1. Family or Marital Relationship: For a Family Visa, a close family relationship with a U.S. citizen or a lawful permanent resident (green card holder) is required. This may include relationships such as spouse, parent, child, or sibling.
  2. Petition Approval: The U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident petitioner must file a petition on behalf of the intending immigrant, using the appropriate form (e.g., Form I-130 or Form I-129F) and have it approved by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
  3. Financial Sponsorship: The petitioner must demonstrate the ability to financially support the intending immigrant and ensure that they will not become a public charge in the United States. This may require providing evidence of income, assets, and/or a joint sponsor if necessary.
  4. Bona Fide Relationship: The petitioner and intending immigrant must establish that their family or marital relationship is genuine and not entered into for the purpose of evading immigration laws. This may require providing evidence of a valid marriage or other supporting documents.
  5. Admissibility: The intending immigrant must meet the admissibility requirements, which include passing medical examinations, not having a criminal history, and not being subject to other grounds of inadmissibility, such as immigration violations or fraud.
  6. Consular Processing or Adjustment of Status: Depending on the circumstances, the intending immigrant may need to go through consular processing at a U.S. embassy or consulate abroad, or adjust their status to that of a lawful permanent resident within the United States.
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