We work closely with you to guide you through the entire family immigration process so you can focus on living your life. Don’t settle for a law firm that has some experience with immigration law. Trust your immigration adjustment of status journey to a law firm that’s invested in your success from the start.
Do you need a family immigration lawyer?
As relationships between people change in times, the family is also transformed. Families today are more diverse than ever before. They move across borders and function by modern, flexible rules. It’s not uncommon to see families made of spouses of different nationalities, living in separate cities and even countries, or traveling couples interested in establishing themselves abroad. Online relationships are also bringing people closer, despite geographical distance. As a result, the context of family immigration is very broad and complex.
If you want to establish in the U.S., or you are already here as a resident or citizen and you want your loved ones to join you, then you should get in touch with a family immigration law firm. A good family immigration lawyer can help you figure out what’s the best approach for your case and create a strong application that’s more likely to go through the USCIS process quickly and get approved.
Get in touch with the Moore Law Firm for and consultant with an attorney about your family immigration matter.
Who Qualifies for Family Immigration Programs?
There are a few main ways someone can obtain a Green Card in the U.S.:
To qualify for a family immigration application, you must be in one of the following situations:
The following family members qualify as immediate relatives:
- Spouse (legally married) of a U.S. citizen
- Children under the age of 12 and the unmarried child of a U.S. citizen
- Parents of a U.S. citizen who is at least 21 years old
The preference family-ties categories are:
- Over 21 and the unmarried child of a U.S. citizen;
- Married child of a U.S. citizen;
- Sibling of a U.S. citizen who is at least 21 years old;
- Spouse of a lawful U.S. resident;
- Under the age 21 and unmarried child of a U.S. lawful resident;
As you can see, there are different situations that fall under the family immigration category. The U.S. government and immigration department demand a clear application backed by all the necessary documentation to support your status. There are countless small details that can confuse applicants and potentially make the process longer if not done right. Getting in touch with a family immigration law firm is a great way of saving time and money.
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Family-Based Immigration in the U.S.
Since the establishment of the first colonies in the U.S., family immigration has been a part of our country’s foundation. It is the number one reason people apply for residency here, and it should be treated with the utmost importance.
Foreign families and family members deserve to be together and get their chance at a decent, fulfilling life as U.S. residents and citizens. The road there might not be smooth for everybody, but there is a window of opportunity for anyone, and we are willing to find it.
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Why Choose Moore Law Firm for Your Family Immigration Application?
One of the most rewarding aspects of the job as a family immigration attorney at Moore Law Firm is seeing loved ones brought together. Few things give us more joy than telling our clients that they don’t have to worry about their legal status in the U.S. anymore.
We work with the law, but we also work with people and their most important life stories. We realize how crucial an application is for a family who wants to to be united in the U.S. We treat each case with the highest level of care and diligence while always trying to be empathetic towards our clients’ problems.