Options for Family Immigration
Miami Immigration Lawyer
Each year, thousands of families go through the various legal processes when immigrating to the United States There are different ways in which families come to reside in the U.S., including:
- Employment Visas: If your spouse obtains an employment visa, you and your children may be able immigrate under a H4 dependent visa. This visa will allow your family to remain in the United States for the duration of your spouse’s visa.
- Family Visas: A current United States citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident may be able to sponsor specific family members who meet eligibility requirements for immigration to the U.S.
- Fiancé(e) Visas: A current United States citizen may be able to sponsor their fiancé(e) for immigration to the U.S. if they plan to marry within 90 days of their fiancé(e)’s entry into the country.
- Asylum: Families who immigrate for protection from persecution in their home countries may be able receive legal immigrant status if their petitions for asylum are approved.
After your family members have gained legal immigration status, they may decide to apply for citizenship once they are eligible. United States citizenship can be gained through successful completion of the naturalization process.
How a Miami Immigration Attorney Can Help
The lawyers of Pozo Goldstein, LLP are extremely knowledgeable in immigration law. We have experience with a former immigration prosecutor and a former Miami-Dade County judge on our team. If your family seeks immigration to the United States, you will need the legal counsel of a Miami immigration attorney. Steven A. Goldstein is a former U.S. Immigration Trial Attorney with experience in all areas of immigration law has presided over innumerable family based adjustment of status immigration cases.
Our firm has an intimate understanding of the immigration process, and we will fight for your family’s right to reside in the United States. We can assist you in filing visa petitions and gathering the various forms of documentation that are necessary for approval. The immigration process is complicated, which is why you need the sound legal guidance and strong advocacy of an experienced immigration attorney to bring your family to the United States.
Contact a Miami immigration lawyer from our firm today if you seek counsel in any area of family-based immigration.