Please visit the U.S. Department of State’s Visa Bulletin page at the following link for up-to date information regarding immigration visa availability for relatives in the family preference categories. In addition to the relatives listed above, future relatives, such as the fiancé of a U.S. citizen or an orphan who will be adopted by a U.S. family, may be eligible for a family-based immigration visa.

The entire team at The Law Office of Lindsey J. Harris has a passion for helping families, and we’ll work hard to defend your interests during the family immigration process. Our immigration lawyers put more than 10 years of experience to work for you, taking the time to understand your situation and create opportunities for you to reunite with your family.

In order to qualify for a family visa, the applicant needs a U.S. sponsor, proof of their relationship, background checks, screenings, a successful interview, medical examination, and money to pay the fees. Our immigration attorneys approach every client as an individual, understanding that every situation is unique. We won’t slow you down with cookie-cutter solutions and tone-deaf advice. Instead, we’ll work steadily to understand your situation and help you make the most of it. Let us be your ally on the journey to family immigration and reunification — contact us to learn more.