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When one member of a family has a U.S. citizenship, there are possibilities for other family members to obtain a green card and become residents of the country as well.


Trying to understand what immigrants’ law applies to you can be difficult, frustrating, and a waste of time. Our immigration law experts can help and guide you through obtaining a green card or a working permit. We have helped families process their immigration applications successfully.

It can be eligibility for a green card, or you might need a prioritized date, or you are waiting for when the visa bulletin would be published. Our services cover the providing and processing of documents for your application.

Currently, the United States immigration law prioritizes family reunification, which is regarded as family immigration. United States citizens and individuals with a green card can request or file a family petition to bring their close relatives to the United States. Likewise, a U.S. citizen can sponsor a fiancée or a fiancé to obtain a K-1 visa to enter the United States to get married.

Also, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services favors parents, spouses, and children who appear to be under the age of 21 as immediate relatives’. There’s no quota on the number of green cards that can be authorized for immediate relatives of a United States citizen.

But there are other types of relatives the United States Citizenship and Immigration services view as non-immediate relatives, and the category of individuals have a limited quota each year.

Family green card covers the following class of people:

  • Marriages (same-sex partners included).
  • The parent of a U.S citizen.
  • The children of a U.S citizen who are single/unmarried.
  • Spouse of a Permanent resident
  • Children of a Permanent resident who are single/unmarried

Our legal service will successfully guide you through the entire process