Family Immigration Visas
Treasure Coast Immigration Attorney
If you are looking to bring family members to the U.S. as permanent residents,
you need to first secure experienced legal help to ensure you can successfully
navigate the complex process. At The Gaston Law Firm, P. A. our Treasure
Coast immigration lawyers can help you understand the process and make
it as smooth as possible to keep your family together.
Our firm has been assisting clients with their immigration goals for a
decade, and we have an exceptional familiarity with U.S. Citizenship &
Immigration Services and the immigration process as a whole. We serve
a wide range of clientele looking to come to the U.S. for brief periods
or longer stays for work or other reasons. You can trust us to make your
goals our own.
How can I bring my fiancé(e) to the U.S.?
If you intend to bring your fiancé to the U.S. in order to marry
them, you will need to apply and earn a K-1 nonimmigrant visa for them
to enter the country. To begin the process of applying for a K-1 visa,
you will need to file Form I-129 Petition for Alien Fiance(e).
For a K-1 visa, you will need to demonstrate the following:
- As the person filing, you are a U.S. citizen
- You mean to marry your fiancé within 90 days of their entering the U.S.
- Both you and your fiancé can marry and you are both free of any
- You have each met one another at least once in the last two years of filing
your petition unless doing so would violate cultural norms of your finance
or would result in extreme hardship to you.
After obtaining your visa, your finance will be able to remain in the U.S.
for 90 days until your marriage can take place. After this, your spouse
can apply for permanent residence and stay in the U.S. during the application process.
What if my spouse, parent, or child needs to come to the U.S.?
If you are a citizen and wish to bring your spouse to the U.S., you will
need to file Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative. If your spouse is
living outside the U.S. currently, the consulate or embassy in their home
country will notify them that their application has cleared. If lawfully
residing in the U.S., they will also need to file Form I-485, Application
to Register Permanent Residence or to Adjust Status simultaneously.
Similarly, you can petition for your children and parents to come to the
U.S. and live as permanent residents by filing Form I-130, Petition for
Alien Relative along with submitting copies of relative documents such
as their birth certificate.
Don’t hesitate—get legal help now!
When so much is riding on the successful outcome of your immigration case,
you need a dedicated Treasure Coast immigration attorney behind you who
fully understands the process and can handle every aspect of your case.
Call The Gaston Law Firm, P. A. let us relieve you of the burden of bringing
your loved one to the U.S.
Begin your case by filing a case evaluation today—(888) 388-6859!