Immigration is a complicated process in the United States, and the policies of our country keep changing regarding immigrants and their opportunities. If you want to come to the U.S. to join your family or you want to bring close family members to join you, it is important to follow the proper procedures to get a successful outcome. You can better achieve all of your immigration goals by speaking with a Chicago immigration attorney at Sverdloff Law Group.
A common reason for immigration is to reunite family members who live in the U.S. and in foreign countries. If you are a U.S. citizen (or a permanent resident in some cases), you can sponsor your family members to come join you in the United States, though you must meet certain criteria. Your family members must also prove that they are admissible to the U.S. and obtain the proper visas to enter.
Qualified family members can apply for green cards, either through consular processing if they are outside the U.S. or by adjustment of status if they are already living in the country. There are requirements to meet to properly apply for and receive a green card, though becoming a lawful permanent resident can have many benefits. Discuss this possibility with an experienced Chicago immigration lawyer.
People who receive green cards based on marriage often have conditional green cards, and you want to make sure you apply to have those conditions removed and to receive a full green card before your conditional card expires. We can assist with every step of this process, which can involve proving that you are in a bona fide marriage to USCIS.
Our legal team assists with other types of immigration matters, including:
At Sverdloff Law Group, our team represents clients throughout Chicago and the surrounding areas, including some in southern Wisconsin. We can provide services in Ukrainian and Russian when needed, and we can provide advice regarding your immigration concerns. If you hire us for your immigration case, we will navigate every step of the process on your behalf. Please contact us for assistance with your immigration matter – you can trust our team to fight to keep your family together.