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Moving an entire family into a new country is a monumental task. Whether you are trying to reunite with the rest of your family or immigrate together, the application process is stressful and often confusing. Having a Boca Raton immigration attorney on your side will simplify the process and ease some of your burden during this challenging time.
Attorney Guerra is Board Certified in Immigration & Nationality Law by the Florida Board of Legal Specialization Education. In addition, he was also ranked among the top 1% of lawyers in the nation by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel. You can trust that our firm will put our experience to work on your behalf and that we will attempt to make the process as smooth as possible for you and your loved ones.
To hear how our firm can help your family, call (888) 936-3228 to set up a consultation.
Immigrating will require you or a family member in the states to fill out an I-130 Form. Filling this form correctly is very important. It will have to be submitted with proof of familial relationship. From there you will have to apply for a visa number if one is available. Then begins the lengthy process of becoming a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, depending on your long-term goals for your life in the U.S.
If one of your immediate family members is a U.S. citizen, your family will automatically be qualified for a green card. There are a predetermined number of visas available, and without an immediate familial relation, you will be put on a waiting list. The waiting list usually takes years, which is why it is not recommended that anyone looking to immigrate a family immediately move without a U.S. relative or other reason, such as a qualifying job offer or similar opportunity.
There is a lot of information to process when navigating family immigration matters and accuracy is important. One mistake could put your move on hold for months, or even years. This is where consulting the team at Guerra Sáenz, PL becomes so crucial. Our Boca Raton immigration attorneys have helped countless families through this process and can ensure your documents are filed properly and swiftly.
We have navigated 1,000+ immigration cases before the Executive Office for Immigration Review, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service, and the Department of State. Our lead attorney is board certified in immigration law and does everything in his power to help our clients achieve their desired outcome.
Find out how to navigate the immigration process with your family. Call (888) 936-3228 to set up a consultation.