Family Immigration Attorney in Woodbridge
Helping Clients Since 1987
Immigration isn’t always a solo process, oftentimes families wish to move to the United States to pursue a new life together, or to meet family members already established in the Staes. Whether you’re moving for the hope of better job prospects, to join your family, or for educational purposes, our firm can help you pursue the best course of action to bring your family to the United States. We have several decades of experience helping individuals and families alike, and we’re prepared to help you, too.
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At Yacub Law Offices, we understand how complex and time-consuming the immigration process can be. The United States has several laws in place to regulate U.S. immigration, which can make it tricky for current residents or foreign hopefuls to pursue the right petitions and obtain the necessary visas. We’re here to help make the immigration process as simple and timely as possible. We’ll listen to your story, assess your situation, and create a customized strategy to petition for the correct visas for you and your family. We understand how personal this is to you, and we want to use our skills and resources to help you establish roots and a home for your family.
How Does Family-Based Immigration Work?
Family-based immigration allows lawful residents, citizens, and green card holders to petition for family members to join them in the United States. Depending on the relationship between the resident and the visa applicant, there are several different types of visas the individual may pursue. For example, if you wish to apply for a visa for your overseas fiance, you could file the K-1 visa, a child would likely pursue a K-2 or K-4 visa, and a spouse you would pursue a K-3 visa. Likewise, if someone immigrated for educational purposes, they may petition for an F-1 visa, while that student’s family may pursue F-2 visas.
Who Qualifies for Family-Based Immigration?
Depending on the status of the family member residing in the United States, many different relations may qualify for resident status through their relationship. For example, a U.S. citizen may petition for your overseas fiance to join you in the United States, while a permanent lawful resident can only petition for their spouse, minor children, or adult unmarried children. Green card holders often qualify for even fewer family-based petitions.
Because these rules are so specific, and changing, it is in your best interest to discuss the particulars of your case with an experienced attorney. Our family-based immigration lawyers at Yacub Law Offices are standing by, ready to help.
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Our family immigration attorneys are passionate about what we do. We don’t believe any family should be separated from one another, and if you are committed to finding happiness in the U.S., we want to do everything we can to make it happen. Our firm stands apart from other immigration firms in that we are willing to take on the difficult task of litigating family-based petition cases. If you’re ready to pursue a temporary or permanent visa for U.S. residency, we’re here for you.
Contact Yacub Law Offices today to discuss your case with our experienced Woodbridge team.
My experience with Yacub Law has been excellent. My attorney, Ilana Kramer, is giving our case all the time and attention that is needed to support a young and at risk client.- Yolanda
Yacub Law team, we just want to thank you all for your support and time.- Mohsin Ali & Ansa Shafique
They are a world-class operation. Not only is Ivan Yacub a nationally-recognized authority in immigration law, and a wise and creative mind in legal matters, but he is also backed by an outstanding team of support professionals.- Gladys Giugale
He knows what he can do and will do it. I owe him my life.- Javad Ghandi
Very professional, and the staff is extremely outstanding. Thank you for all the help.- Ryesaps-Rous