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Family-Based Immigration

Reuniting Families

Our firm takes great pride in offering services that reflect a profound understanding of the significant value of reuniting with loved ones. Whether you find yourself as an immediate relative of a U.S. citizen, a Legal Permanent Resident, or fall within special categories such as battered spouses, widows(er)s, or children born abroad to U.S. citizens and residents, our commitment is to navigate you through the complexities of the family-based immigration process. 

Immediate Relatives

Immediate relatives, encompassing fiancées, spouses, parents, children, and siblings of U.S. citizens, as well as spouses and children of Legal Permanent Residents.

  • Petitions by a U.S. citizens to bring  over their spouses, children, or parents

  • K-3 marriage visas: To bring your foreign national spouse to the United States to live with you

  • K-1 fiancé(e) visas: To allow your fiancé(e) to enter the U.S. to get married (within 90 days)

  • K-2 and K-4 visas: To let the unmarried children of your spouse or fiancé(e) join you in the U.S.

Preference Relative 

Preference relative refers to a family member who is eligible for immigration to the United States based on a family preference category. These categories are part of the family-based immigration system and include specific relationships with U.S. citizens or Legal Permanent Residents. Preference relatives have relationships that fall outside the immediate family categories, such as spouses, parents, and children. We are dedicated to assisting all family members, whether immediate or preference relatives, in their immigration journey to reunite with their loved ones in the United States.​

  • 1st Preference – Unmarried sons and daughters (any age) of U.S. citizens

  • 2nd Preference – Spouses and unmarried sons and daughters of lawful permanent residents (LPRs)

  • 3rd Preference – Married sons and daughters of U.S. citizens

  • 4th Preference – Brothers and sisters of U.S. citizens

Other Family Reunification

Our firm specializes in a comprehensive range of family reunification services, including:

  • Naturalization

  • Certificate of Citizenship for people who acquired or derived U.S. citizenship as children

  • Family reunification through parole, TPS, and other humanitarian paths

  • Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

  • Special Immigrant Juveniles (SIJS)

What Our Clients Say

"My spouse and I were to undergo the naturalization process. Our friends referred us to Sandra Feist. In our first meeting, she understood our case, which was quite complex and outlined the plan and explained all the steps to be completed. Sandra rendered very professional advice and worked with us for several months on preparation. She prepared our case very meticulously and comprehensively. She ensured that all the prerequisites were complete. She provided all the guidance and worked with us throughout the complete process. She was present during our interviews and provided the needed clarifications to the government. Our cases were approved right away..."

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