Reuniting Families Through Immigration
At the boutique Miami immigration firm of the Law Offices of Hans Burgos, we understand the value of reuniting families and keeping them together. We know that one of the most difficult parts of various immigration matters is being separated from loved ones.
Over the years, we have successfully represented countless family petitioners seeking immigrant visas for their family members, including fiancé(e)s, spouses, parents, children and siblings. Although we are based in Miami, we assist clients nationwide, including Puerto Rico.
Diligent Advocates Throughout The Visa Process
When working on a family-based immigration petition, we will guide you through the entire visa process, from the initial consultation to the receipt of your green card. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) does not make the process simple or quick, but having a skilled Florida immigration lawyer on your side can make all the difference.
We guarantee that we will work diligently and efficiently to ensure that your petition is timely filed with the appropriate documentation meeting immigration laws and USCIS requirements and standards. We will represent you before USCIS officials to assure that your petition has the best possibility for approval.
What Are Your Family Visa Options?
The law allows for permanent residence family-based visas in a variety of circumstances based on family relationships. The government considers these relationships by categories, starting with immediate relatives and then, in an order of preference. We can help the following individuals gain approval, listed in the government’s order of preference:
- Immediate relatives of U.S. citizens – Green cards may be granted to foreign nationals who are the spouse, children under 21 years old or parents of a U.S. citizen.
- Unmarried children of U.S. citizens – Green cards may be granted to foreign nationals who are the unmarried adult children (21 years old and over) of a U.S. citizen.
- Spouses and children of lawful permanent residents – Green cards may be granted to foreign nationals who are the spouse, children or unmarried adult children of a lawful permanent resident in the United States.
- Married children of U.S. citizens – Green cards may be granted to foreign nationals who are the married children of U.S. citizens.
In addition, fiancé(e) (K-1/K-3) visas may be issued to foreign nationals who are the fiancé(e)s of U.S. citizens. A foreign national arriving on K-1 or K-3 status must apply for an adjustment of status based on their marriage to a U.S. citizen.
Whether you are dealing with a straightforward visa petition or with complex legal and administrative issues, we are experienced legal professionals who will be there for you throughout the process.
Let Us Protect Your Rights
Without an experienced immigration attorney to assist you with the proper paperwork and explain your rights, you could make costly mistakes that might affect your family’s future. We are ready to guide you through the process and protect your legal rights along the way. We offer initial consultations for $150. To schedule your appointment with an attorney, please call our office at 305-442-1240 or fill out our contact form. Se habla español.