Family Visa |
Nonimmigrant : The U.S. has provisions for certain visa holders to bring dependents (their spouses and children) on accompanying visas. These dependent visas do not allow for the same privileges as the primary visa or status. Family-Based Immigration ranges from bringing in immediate relatives of U.S. citizens (spouse and minor, unmarried children and parents) to "preference" relatives in several categories (unmarried sons and daughters of green card holders and U.S. citizens, married sons and daughters of citizens, and brothers and sisters of U.S. citizens).
What We Can Do For You :
Svetlana Schreiber and Associates L.P.A. - Immigration Attorneys can consult with you on your options and help you to plan ahead. We can advise both the beneficiary and the petitioning relative regarding the documentation requirements and legal issues. We can prepare and submit the necessary paperwork for the USCIS and Department of State. We can also help in preparation for the USCIS or consular interview and, if you are in our local area, one of our attorneys can represent you at the interview.