• Immigration through Marriage

    If you are married to a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, you may be eligible for a green card. Discover the best path to residency based on your current status and specific circumstances.

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  • Waivers

    There are many different bars to admission or permanent residency in the U.S. such as unlawful presence, crimes, or misrepresentation. Learn more about our extensive experience filing and succeeding with waivers to help you overcome these bars.

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  • Restrictions on Petitioning

    It is important to know of restrictions that could hinder your ability to obtain permanent residency and reunite or stay with your loved one. Find out more about these limitations and how our experienced practitioners can help.

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Relative Petitions - Immigration Through Other Family Relationships

Parents, siblings, and sons or daughters of U.S. citizens or permanent residents may qualify for residency, although they may need to wait for a visa number to become available. Waiting times depend on various factors. Learn what these are and how we can develop the best strategy for your family.

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Adoption

A number of methods can be used to establish residency for an adopted child. Learn more about choosing the correct method for your child's specific circumstances.

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Same Sex Relationships and Immigration

Same-sex couples who are married or engaged are eligible to apply for the same immigration benefits as opposite-sex couples. Learn more about immigrating as part of a same-sex couple.

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Consular Processing

Consular processing generally refers to the process of applying for an immigrant visa at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate abroad to obtain permanent residency (green card).   

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Fiances

If you recently got engaged, learn about how a K visa can minimize the time you are separated from your loved one and his or her minor children.

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