- Lawyer Mr. Shaman Jain
- Skills Family Immigration
- CATEGORY Immigration Assistance
ABOUT THIS PRACTICE
To obtain a family-based immigration one must have a US citizen or permanent resident sponsor as a foreign national relative and substantiate that he/she can support the intended immigrant by demonstrating sufficient income or assets.We have a team of experts who hold immense experience in filing family immigration petitions and we also simplify the process for you and your family by keeping you updated on any changes to US immigration policy.
We provide assistance in obtaining the following immigration visa.
This process differs on the basis of selection of location for the legal adoption and depending on the laws of the countries where the adoptive parents and the child reside (both federal and state law in the United States).Besides, if the child’s home country is a partner in the Hague Adoption Convention then the Hague processes of both countries have to be followed .
From the family,one member holding permanent resident-ship (green card holder), can file a petition for the below mentioned family members to immigrate to the United States as permanent residents.
- Spouse (husband or wife).
- Unmarried children under 21.
- Unmarried son or daughter of any age.
U.S. citizenship is given to a foreign national through a process called Naturalization only if he/she fulfills all requirements of the Congress in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) and satisfy one of the following:
- Have been a permanent resident for at least 5 years.
- Have been a permanent resident for 3 years or more and satisfies all requirements to file as a spouse of a U.S. citizen.
- Hold qualifying service in the U.S. armed forces.
- If you’re a U.S. citizen, your child, if born outside the U.S.and is currently residing outside the U.S.
The fiancé(e) K-1 nonimmigrant visa is for the foreign national who is engaged to a United States (U.S.) citizen. The K-1 visa permits the foreign national fiancé(e) to enter the United States to marry his or her U.S. citizen petition sponsor within 90 days of arrival.
K-1 fiancés are permitted to bring their minor dependents to the United States on a nonimmigrant K-2 visa. The dependents’ eligibility is based on their K-1 parent.
Spouses of a U.S. citizen living outside the U.S. are qualified for the nonimmigrant K-3 visa. After a K-s visa holder enters the United States, they can apply a green card.
Similarly, children of the foreign spouse can enter the U.S. by applying for the K-4, after which they can apply for a green card.
Those who fall under this category must apply for their visas in the country where the marriage happened. In case they were in the United States, the foreign national spouse should apply in the country they are currently residing.
In cases of deportation or removal, cancellation of removal brings some relief. It can be understood as a situation where you can only apply for cancellation of removal if you have an open case of deportation or removal proceedings in Immigration Court before an Immigration Judge.
It is a situation where the country designates a foreign country due to certain unfavourable conditions prevailing in the country which temporarily prevents the country’s nationals from returning safely to their motherland.
- Passport of Family Members
- Birth Certificate
- Marriage Certificate, Adoption Certificate, etc. (whichever applicable)
- Any other documents as required for the specific country into which you’re immigrating (as specified by the lawyer)
- Submission of documents for verification
- Legal Nestors connects you with the top Immigration advocates specialising in family immigration
- The advocate gives an advice after going through the submitted documents
- Submit visa application with necessary documents
- Clear your doubts regarding the process.