The good news is that U.S. Immigration Law favors allowing relatives into the United States. Even more good news is that family visas receive preferential treatment and there is no yearly limit on visas for immediate relatives of U.S. citizens. The bad news is that getting your relatives in can be complicated and require the assistance of an experienced immigration law attorney.
In general, immediate relative visas are available for the following types of relationships with U.S. citizens:
The process begins with the submission of a properly prepared I-130 Petition for Alien Relative along with the proper documentation of verifying your relationship to the immediate relative. You must also include proof of support in an amount 125% above the federally mandated poverty line.
The I-130 Petition and the required documentation can be complicated! I will help you by analyzing, preparing, and submitting the documents you need to get your family into the U.S. Contact me to find out how we can get you through the process efficiently and timely.