At Joseph & Hall P.C., our local family immigration attorneys are proud to have served individuals and families throughout Colorado for more than two decades. We strive to provide each and every client with the attentive, personalized, and professional legal representation that they deserve. If you have questions about family immigration, we are here to get you answers. For a confidential consultation with an experienced Colorado immigration lawyer, please contact our law firm today.
Under the U.S. immigration system, family relationships are divided into two primary categories — immediate family members and non-immediate family members. For eligible immediate family members, there are special immigration options available; this means that no statutory caps apply to these types of family visas. As such, applicants do not have to worry about waiting for a backlog to clear. Some of the most notable types of family visas include:
One of the most significant benefits of family immigration is that it often provides to path to United States citizenship. If you obtain a green card through a family relationship, you will eventually be able to apply for American citizenship. Our Colorado immigration lawyers assist clients in preparing their citizenship package and navigating the application process. We can help you get a family green card so that you can fulfill your American dream.
At Joseph & Hall P.C., our Colorado family immigration attorneys use teamwork, knowledge, and extensive experience to find effective and creative solutions for our clients. To set up a fully private initial consultation, please contact our law firm right away. With law offices in Aurora, Frisco, and Colorado Springs, we represent clients in Denver and throughout the state of Colorado.
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