The main goal of US Immigration Policy is family reunification by admitting
immigrants who are immediate or extended family members of US citizens and permanent residents.
There is much confusion as to how the US Immigration System works.
US Immigration Law is a very complex area of law posing significant challenges for individuals and their families.
Navigating through a complex layered of statutes, regulations and agencies each with its own rules and policies could be a daunting endeavor for individuals and families.
We help you make your move to the US easier and less challenging.
We have extensive experience in handling a wide range of family-based and naturalization applications on behalf of our clients. We have been successful in obtaining Legal Permanent Residence (Green Card) and US Citizenship for applications filed in the US and abroad. We can help you and your family realize your immigration goals and ensure that your application is processed successfuly and without delayed. We will be with you every step of the way.
Family reunification and family unity have always been a cornerstone of U.S. immigration law. The Immigration and Nationality Act includes family reunification provisions allowing United States citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents to petition for their immediate and extended family members to immigrate to the United States. Same-sex legally married couples also qualify for similar immigration benefits.
Family-based immigration allows family members to immigrate either as Immediate Relatives of US citizens or through the Family Preference System. Additionally, US citizens may petition for their Fiance(e) to enter the US to marry them.
You can become a US Citizenship by birth or naturalization.
Children born outside United States to a US citizen parent or parents may derive US citizenship at birth. Certain individuals may also acquire citizenship after birth, but before the age of 18, through their U.S. citizen parents. US citizenship may also be acquired through naturalization, which requires filling an application and meeting certain legal requirements.
US Citizenship determination and applications can be complex particularly when facing issues that may render one deportable or removable.
USCIS provides a number of humanitarian programs and protection to assist individuals in need of shelter or aid from disasters, oppression, emergency medical issues and other urgent circumstances.
Battered Spouses, Children, Parents and Victims of Human Trafficking and Other Crimes may file a visa petition under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).
Asylum status is a form of protection available to people who meet the definition of refugee, are already in the United States, or seeking admission at a port of entry.
Temporary Protected Status is intended for eligible nationals of certain countries (or parts of countries), who are already in the United States to stay here for a limited period of time.
Special Immigration Juvenile Status (SIJS) is a benefit for children in the United States without status who have been abused, neglected, or abandoned by one or both parents.
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