At Joseph & Hall P.C., our Denver family immigration lawyers are committed to providing compassionate and effective legal representation. With over 20 years serving individuals and families in Denver, we are proud to be recognized as leaders in the field of immigration law. If you or need family immigration advice in Colorado, please reach out to our law firm to set up a strictly private initial consultation.
Our Denver, CO immigration law attorneys represent clients in all types of family immigration proceedings. Under United States immigration law, immediate family members of U.S. citizens are given special preference. Immediate family members are defined as:
For non-immediate family members, there are other immigration options available. There are statutory limits on how many non-immediate family members can come to the U.S. on an annual basis, however.
Under federal immigration law, an immigrant who obtains a green card with support from an immediate family member may eventually be eligible to apply for U.S. citizenship. Getting citizenship can be a complicated process. Among other requirements, you must have a green card in good standing for five years before applying to become a citizen. Our Denver, CO citizenship lawyers help our clients fulfill their American dream by overcoming any obstacles that might arise during the application process. If you or your loved one is applying for U.S. citizenship and you need legal guidance, our Denver family immigration lawyers can help.
At Joseph & Hall P.C., our Denver family immigration attorneys are skilled advocates for our clients. We have deep experience with a wide array of family immigration and citizenship cases. To set up a fully private review of your immigration case, please do not hesitate to reach out to our Denver legal team today.
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