As a boutique immigration firm, Hans Burgos, P.A. understands the value of reuniting families and keeping them together. Over the years, we have successfully represented countless family petitioners seeking immigrant visas for their family members including fiancés, spouses, parents, children, and siblings.
When working on a family-based petition, our team will guide you through the entire visa process from the initial consultation up until the receipt of your green card. We guarantee to work diligently and efficiently to ensure that your family-based petition is timely filed with the appropriate documentation meeting U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) requirements and standards. Our experienced, licensed attorneys will represent you before USCIS officials to assure that your family-based petition has the best possibility for approval. Whether you are dealing with a straightforward visa petition or with complex legal and administrative issues, our team of experienced, legal professionals will take on your case, and guide you through the complete family-based petition process.
Obtaining A Family Visa
There are various circumstances in which one may be eligible for a permanent residence family-based visa. We can help the following individuals obtain the best possibility for status approval.
Immediate Relatives of US Citizens:
Green card granted to foreign nationals who are the spouses, children, or parents of a U.S. citizen.
Unmarried Sons/Daughters of U.S. Citizens:
Green card granted to foreign nationals who are the unmarried sons and daughters (over 21 years old) of a U.S. citizen.
Spouses/Children of Lawful Permanent Residents:
Green card granted to foreign nationals who are the spouses, children, or unmarried adult sons or daughters of a lawful permanent resident in the United States.
Married Sons/Daughters of U.S. Citizens:
Green card granted to foreign nationals who are the married sons/daughters of U.S. citizens.
Fiancé(e) (K-1/K-3) Visas:
Issued to foreign nationals who are the fiancé(e)s of U.S. citizens. The foreign nationals arriving on K-1 or K-3 status are required to apply for adjustment of status based on their marriages to the U.S. citizens.