Family-Based Visa Petitions
US citizens can file immigrant visa petitions for qualifying relatives.
The first three groups (Spouses, Parents, and Minor Children) are classified as “immediate relatives” and do not require a visa to become available. The last three groups (Unmarried adults son/s and/or daugter/s, Married son/s and/or daughters, and Siblings) are preference relatives and are required to wait until a visa becomes available based on a priority date established when the visa petition was filed on their behalf.
If you are a U.S. citizen who wants to bring your foreign fiancé(e) to the United States in order to get married, you will need to file a Petition for Alien Fiance.
Filing a Petition for Alien Fiance is the first step to obtaining a K-1 nonimmigrant visa for your fiancé(e). The K-1 nonimmigrant visa is also known as a fiancé(e) visa.
In order to obtain a K-1 fiancé(e) visa, you and your fiancé(e) must intend to marry each other within 90 days of your fiancé(e) entering the U.S as a K-1 nonimmigrant.
Employment-Based Visa Petitions
Permanent immigration in the U.S. comes with a variety of rights and privileges.
One of the most widely used methods to obtain permanent immigration is through employment. There are five classifications for employment-based immigration.
Non-Immigrant or Temporary Visas
The non-immigrant visa classification covers a broad range of visas used to enter the United States for work, pleasure or study.
Some visas are considered ‘dual status’; you may attempt to obtain permanent residency (a green card) while under that classification. Most non-immigrant visas, however, require that you establish the demonstration of non-immigrant intent. This means you should demonstrate that you have a permanent residence in your home country which you have no intention of abandoning.
Naturalization / US Citizenship
We provide legal representation with applications for U.S. naturalization, including preparing N-400 applications and accompanying clients at personal interviews with immigration officers in the U.S.
Individuals age 18 or older seeking to become a citizen of the United States may apply for naturalization by filing an Application for Naturalization, Form N-400. The N-400 application is one of the forms available for online filing. To be eligible for naturalization, an applicant must fulfill certain eligibility requirements set forth in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).
If you or someone you know or a family member have been placed in removal proceedings, Tancinco Law attorneys can assist in providing advice or representation before the immigration courts either for termination of removal or applications for relief from removals.
For removal reliefs, we can assist in preparing and presenting applications for Cancellation of Removal, Adjustment of Status, Waiver of Inadmissiblity, Waivers of Fraud or Misrepresentation, Requests for Voluntary Departure or Deferred Action. We also represent clients for Reopening and Termination of Deportation cases or Return After Wrongful Removals.
Other Legal Services
TLAW provides other exceptional services relating to Divorce/Family Laws, Business Laws, and Taxation Laws.
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