Family Immigration Lawyer in New York City
Who qualifies for family-based immigration Queens?
If you are a United States citizen or
Legal Permanent Resident (LPR), certain family members may be eligible to immigrate to the U.S.
based on their relationship with you. Different relationships grant relatives
differing levels of priority in the immigration process. It is important
to review all of your options and pursue the route which will give you
the highest likelihood of success. A
Queens and New York City immigration lawyer from our firm can provide invaluable assistance with each part of this process.
We represent individuals throughout Queens, Brooklyn, The Bronx, Manhattan,
Rockland County and Westchester County.
Immigrant Visas for Family Members in Queens
Immigrant visas are issued without restriction to immediate relatives of U.S. citizens,
including spouses, unmarried children under 21 years of age, orphans adopted
overseas or to be adopted in the United States and parents of citizens
21 and over. An additional category, referred to as the family preference
category, allows for a limited number of visas to be issued to specific
relatives of citizens and Legal Permanent Residents, including:
- Unmarried children of citizens and their minor children
- Married children of citizens, their spouses and minor children
- Siblings of citizens, their spouses and minor children, if the citizen
if over 21 years old
- Spouses and minor children of legal permanent residents
- Children (age 21 and over) of legal permanent residents, if unmarried
Involve an NYC Immigration Lawyer Today
Queens immigration attorneys at
Musa-Obregon & Associates are dedicated to helping you reunite with your family. We will guide you
through the necessary steps of this process, including the actions that
must be taken by your family member outside of the United States. Our
multicultural and multilingual firm is adept at servicing individuals
of all backgrounds. Our staff speaks Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Russian,
Slovakian, Arabic, Hebrew, French, Tagalog (Filipino), Ukrainian, Czech
, Slovenian, Haitian Creole, Swahili, and several Nigerian languages.
For help bringing your family to the United States,
contact an NYC immigration attorney at our firm.