San Antonio Family Immigration Attorneys
Immigrating to the United States
Many families decide to immigrate to the United States to live and work. Our job is to make it possible for you and your loved ones to lead happy and fulfilling lives here in the USA.
How We Can Help Your Family Immigrate
Immigrating to the United States is a complex process. But together, we can make it a reality. Our attorneys will take you by the hand and lead you step by step through the process.
We can assist you with:
- Collecting the necessary information and documents
- Filling out the appropriate forms
- Ensuring you meet strict deadlines
- Tracking your application process
We’ll make sure your family is presented favorably to the U.S. government. Keeping organized, adhering to procedure, and respecting protocol are key determiners for giving your family the best chance possible at being approved for immigration.
We’ll handle every detail of the process. You can focus on preparing your family for this exciting transition.
Visas and Petitions
Visas are available for immediate relatives of U.S. citizens. Spouses, children (under 21 and single) and parents are considered immediate relatives.
Citizens and green card holders in the United States may petition to allow non-immediate family members to immigrate to this country. These petitions go through a preference system that determines eligibility.
Call us today and we can explain the complexities of this process in simple terms. Many families have entrusted this emotional process to our firm and we are honored and excited to help you through it.
How Long Will it Take?
There is no set amount of time it takes a family to immigrate to the United States. However, there is one primary cause that many applications are delayed. This is due to forms that are filled out inappropriately.
Our attorneys will ensure that you and your loved ones take the absolute fastest path to immigration. That’s a guarantee.
How can I begin the family immigration process?
The first step is to call us at (210) 802-2222. We’ll talk you through the process. Little by little, we will accomplish the tasks that need to get done in order for you to become a legal resident of the United States.