U.S. Immigration Law, as it now stands, allows for U.S. citizens to sponsor foreign nationals for immigration purposes when that sponsorship is based on a familial relationship. For example, U.S. citizens may petition for their foreign-born spouses, children, parents, and/or brothers and sisters, allowing them to enter the United States with appropriate immigration status or, if the individual is already here, to adjust their status. Additionally, U.S. citizens may petition to bring a fiancé and that person’s children to the United States for the purpose of marriage.
These processes are complicated and inevitably involve multiple forms, voluminous documentation, a variety of fees and rigid deadlines. They can take months and sometimes must be coordinated both here in the United States and abroad. Without the necessary knowledge and expertise, there can be delays and even denials.
Some of the ways Simakovsky Law can help you:
I-130 Petitions for relatives of U.S. citizens and LPRs
I-485 Adjustment of Status Applications
Waivers of grounds of inadmissibility