Family Visas and Citizenship

Family Visas and Citizenship


Uniting or reuniting families is one of my favorite things to do. Fiancés, spouses, children, parents and siblings have all been our clients at one time or another. Rejoining a family member can be the most exhilarating time of your life, or it can be marked by anxiety and confusing bureaucracy. We take your case from the initial filing with US Citizenship and Immigration Services, and we guide you through the maze of laws and requirements that is part of the immigration process. You may be wondering about consular processing or adjustment of status. Perhaps you’ve received a Request for Evidence or Intent to Deny.

Our Information Center for Families is here to help you find the right services for your unique needs. As you browse these pages, you’ll find information about Marriage Visas, Fiancé Visas, Parent Visas and Child Visas. Perhaps you’re hoping to adopt a child from another country – International Adoption is one of our specialties!

Sometimes families run into trouble. If your relationship has deteriorated, you may still have options to remain in the United States.

Some women may qualify for a permanent resident visa under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). Your child may be eligible to apply as a Special Immigrant Juvenile.

Perhaps you have questions about Conditional Residence in the United States, or you need to comply with a Request For Evidence (RFE). Perhaps you want USCIS to reconsider a decision regarding your visa petition. We’re here to help!

Call us now at 1-330-492-0010