Serving Nassau, Suffolk, & Queens
Our firm is dedicated to bringing families together. Our attorneys and staff are experienced and familiar with the complex procedures involved in obtaining a green card for your family members, here in the U.S., or abroad, in their home country through consular processing.
If you are an immediate relative of a United States citizen, your visa is not subject to the numerical limitations. An immediate relative is a spouse, minor child (unmarried and under 21), or parent (including stepparents, under certain circumstances), of a United States citizen. Although U.S. citizens can petition their adult, married, children, and siblings, these family members are subject to the numerical limitations that may cause long waiting periods.
Family members of lawful permanent residents are also subject to numerical limitations. A lawful permanent resident can only petition their spouse, minor children, and unmarried adult children.
- A relative visa petition through form I-130
- Adjustment of status applications
- Affidavits of support
- Documents for a petition with the Department of State for a consular interview abroad
- An application for a spouse to remove the conditions on their conditional residency through form I-751
- Fiancé /fiancée petitions for K-1 visa
- We also represent married couples at their Stoke’s interview when there is a question about the validity of their marriage
Call today at (516) 550-5323 or contact us online. Consultations and payment plans are available.
They really care for their clients and their families and they take on some of the most difficult cases I have seen and have been successful.- Monica P.