Seeking Immigration Documents For Family Members

Most consider immigrating to the United States to be an exciting and fulfilling adventure because it unlocks a large number of opportunities, such as attending prestigious colleges or starting a new business. But immigrating can also be scary because individuals are oftentimes separated from their loved ones in the process.

If you are only vaguely familiar with the immigration process, then you might not know how to reunite with your family here in the U.S. You might not even realize that there are visa and green card options available for your loved ones or how to start the process of getting them lawful entry into our country.

At Delgado Law Firm, PLLC, we know all about the immigration process, including the requirements for family-based immigration. If you contact our law firm, we can help you understand it as well.

Family-Based Immigrant Visas And Green Cards

Immigrant visas and green cards are two ways in which a lawful immigrant in the U.S. can reunite with their family. U.S. immigrants can sponsor a family member for entry into our country through either of these options, giving loved ones and family members access to:

  • Immediate relative immigrant visas
  • Family preference immigrant visas
  • K-1 fiancé visas
  • K-3/K-4 visas for minor children
  • Family-based green cards

It is important to point out that while there are no limits on the number of immediate relative immigrant visas issued each year in the U.S., the same is not true for certain types of family preference immigrant visas. Sponsored family members may have to wait a considerable amount of time before their petition for a visa is approved.

Talk To Our Skilled Immigration Lawyers Today

At Delgado Law Firm, PLLC, our attorneys make immigration law easy to understand. We start and finish the immigration process for our clients too and make sure their wait time on family-based immigration documents is as small as possible.

If you would like to learn more about family-based immigration, or have questions about defending against deportation and removal proceedings, we encourage you to talk to our knowledgeable attorneys, David Delgado.

Working out of our Southaven, Mississippi, office, our law firm helps immigrants and their families throughout Mississippi and Tennessee. Call 662-253-7169 today or send us an email to schedule your appointment. Se habla español.