Family-based immigration offers a path for families to be reunited in Colorado. As the family-based immigration system is notoriously complex, it is imperative that families seek professional guidance. At Joseph & Hall P.C., our qualified Pueblo family immigration lawyers have a deep understanding of United States immigration law. If you need help reuniting your family through immigration in Pueblo, CO, please contact our legal team today. We will review your case and help you explore all of your available immigration options.
One of the most straightforward paths to immigrate to the United States is through a spouse who is a U.S. citizen or a lawful permanent resident. A person’s spouse is deemed to be an immediate family member for the purposes of American immigration law.
Another common path for family members to immigrate to the United States is through their fiancé(e). More specifically, this is done through something known as a K-1 visa. If you are planning on using this type of family visa to bring your future spouse into the United States, there are many different requirements that you will need to follow. To ensure that the process works, you should consult with a qualified Pueblo immigration attorney.
Unmarried minor children of U.S. citizens can be admitted into the United States. Additionally, a K-4 visa can often be used by unmarried minor children as a derivative benefit off of their parent, who has obtained a K-3 visa.
Family Preference Immigration
Beyond immediate family members, more distant relatives of U.S. citizen can apply to obtain a family preference green card. Notably, unlike with immediate family members, this is not a straightforward path, and there are caps on how many total family preference green cards will be issued by the U.S. government each year.
If your relative comes to the United States through family-based immigration, they may be able to obtain citizenship after a sufficient amount of time has passed. Foreign nationals are able to get American citizenship through a process known as naturalization. At Joseph & Hall P.C., our Pueblo immigration lawyers have extensive experience handling naturalization applications.
At Joseph & Hall P.C., we are proud to be Colorado’s top immigration law firm. If you need family-based immigration assistance in Pueblo, CO, we can help. To get immediate assistance with your case, please call our law firm today or contact us directly through our website.
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