Minneapolis Immigration Attorneys Working To Reunite Families
It is difficult to be separated from family. It is even more difficult when family members are separated by country borders. At the Wilson Law Group in Minneapolis, our immigration attorneys work to reunite families and offer family-based immigration services throughout the country with efficient, professional and trustworthy representation.
Family-Based Immigration Methods
The United States immigration laws favor keeping families together and reuniting families whenever possible. As a result, there are a number of methods that lawful permanent residents (green card holders) and naturalized citizens can use to help their foreign national family members gain legal entry into the country and obtain immigrant visas. These include:
- Foreign adoptions
- Marriage applications for spouses in and outside the country, for citizens or lawful permanent residents
- K-1 visas for fiancés and their children
- Sibling and parent visas
Our goal as immigration attorneys is to help you find the most efficient methods for reuniting your family. We offer our clients innovative solutions that consider every option. Whether you are applying from within the country or outside the country, our lawyers will be able to advise you on the procedure.
Lawful Permanent Residents And Getting Green Cards For Family Members
While a naturalized U.S. citizen will have more options when it comes to sponsoring the immigration of a foreign national family member, lawful permanent residents (green card holders) still have options to sponsor the immigration of a family member. A lawful permanent resident can petition for a spouse or an unmarried child under the age of 21.
Same-Sex Marriage And Immigration
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is allowed to review and approve immigrant visa petitions that are filed by a same-sex spouse when the marriage is legally valid. Our immigration attorneys will offer customized solutions specific for your family’s needs.
Our culture and social acceptance can adapt and move quickly as times change. Immigration laws, however, are slow to evolve. This does not stop us at Wilson Law Group; we are not afraid to litigate as a means to force change.