Immigration services for you
and your family

From visa applications to citizenship we provide personalized support for your entire family's immigration needs.

Who qualifies for a family-based green card?

  • Immediate Relatives: This category is for close relatives of U.S. citizens, such as spouses, unmarried children under 21, or parents.  There is no limit on the number of visas available in this category.

  • Family Preference: This category is for more distant relatives of U.S. citizens and some relatives of lawful permanent residents (green card holders). The number of visas available in this category is limited each year. It includes:

    • Unmarried children (21 years of age or older) of U.S. citizens
    • Spouses and unmarried children (under 21) of lawful permanent residents
    • Married sons and daughters of U.S. citizens
    • Brothers and sisters of U.S. citizens (if the U.S. citizen is 21 or older)

General requirements for employment-based immigration

 

    • A valid job offer in the U.S.: The offer must be from a U.S. employer who is willing to sponsor you.
    • Qualifications for the job: You must possess the necessary education, experience, or skills for the offered position.
    • Labor Certification (PERM) for some categories (EB-2 and EB-3): This process verifies that there are no qualified U.S. workers available for the job and that hiring you won’t adversely affect U.S. workers’ wages and working conditions (exceptions apply).

General requirements for naturalization

    • Age: You must be at least 18 years old at the time you file your application.
    • Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) Status: You must have held a green card for a specific period of continuous residency. Generally, this is:
      • 5 years: For permanent residents who have been married to a U.S. citizen for at least 3 years.
      • 3 years: For all other permanent residents.
    • Physical Presence: You must have been physically present in the United States for a certain amount of time during your residency period. This typically translates to:
      • At least half (2.5 years) of the 5 years preceding your application (if applying based on 5 years of green card residency).
      • At least half (1.5 years) of the 3 years preceding your application (if married to a U.S. citizen).
    • Good Moral Character: You must demonstrate good moral character by having a clean criminal record and following the laws.


Our Legal Experts

We can navigate the legalities, ensure your application adheres to USCIS requirements, and represent you throughout the process.

Attorney Denisse Ramos, is a committed legal professional with a unique blend of military and legal expertise. As a United States Army Combat Veteran and a member of the Nevada Army National Guard, she brings a strategic and dedicated approach to family and corporate law.

Attorney Julianne M. Kinsey, a New York State- licensed attorney specializing in immigration law. Her practice is distinguished by a deep understanding of the complexities of immigration processes, combined with a heartfelt commitment to her clients.

Attorney Jeff D. Harris is renowned for his expertise in business, construction, and family law litigation. With a career spanning over four decades, he merges extensive legal knowledge with practical insights into these diverse fields.

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FAQs

We can discuss your background (family ties, education, work experience) to assess potential pathways like family-based, employment-based, or humanitarian programs.

We can explore your goals and qualifications to determine the most suitable visa category for your situation.

The required documents vary depending on the visa category. We can guide you through the specifics and ensure your application is complete to avoid delays.

Processing times can fluctuate based on the category and USCIS workload. We can provide an estimate specific to your case and discuss strategies to potentially expedite it.

We can help you prepare you by simulating interview questions and guiding you on how to present your case effectively.

It depends on the nature of the crime and how long ago it occurred. We can discuss the specifics and explore your options.

There might be requirements depending on your situation. We can explain the steps involved and advise you on the best course of action.

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