Austin Immediate Relative Family-Based Immigration Visa Lawyer
If you are a United States citizen and you would like to apply for green cards for your immediate family, it’s time to sit down with the experienced legal team at Law Office of William Jang, PLLC. We can help guide you through this very complicated process. United States citizens with close family relatives who lack American permanent residency or citizenship can apply for an immediate relative family-based immigration visa (also called an IR visa). Unlike other family-based immigration visas, there are no caps on this kind of visa, so you will not have to deal with the long wait associated with many green cards.
The lack of a delay does not mean that applying for and receiving an IR visa is necessarily easy. The process can still be long and complex, involving lengthy applications, interviews, and the collection of evidence. To make sure the process goes as smoothly and quickly as possible, you should contact Law Office of William Jang, PLLC. We have been helping families earn their visas for decades. We understand the full process, and we can help you avoid all the errors that can cause delays or lead to a rejection of your application.
If you want to bring your family to the United States on an immediate relative family-based immigration visa, do not take any unnecessary risks that can lead to costly delays. Contact Law Office of William Jang, PLLC immediately at (512) 323-2333 so we can help you through the process and get our family to you as soon as possible.
A Lawyer Can Help You with the Complicated Visa Process
Just because there are fewer restrictions on the immediate relative family-based immigration visa does not mean the process is easy or straightforward. The visa process is extremely complicated, starting with the applications that can be difficult to properly complete. You will also need to collect the right kind of evidence to satisfy the needs of the U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (USCIS), and you will need to know how to answer questions asked in an interview. At the same time, there will be numerous dates to keep in mind and different expectations you will have to meet. In short, this can be a complicated process, even when your relationship is clear and you are not dealing with visa caps.
With a lawyer, however, you will be on a far better footing. Your lawyer will be able to help you with all your applications. They can advise you on the evidence you need and the questions you are likely to face when getting your visa. They can help you keep track of dates and other requirements. Your lawyer can also track down the cause of any unexpected delays or difficulties with the process. USCIS is infamous for its unwillingness to clear up misunderstandings or explain your problems. Your lawyer will be better able to handle these issues and overcome them.
Get Experienced Assistance from the Dedicated Team at Law Office of William Jang, PLLC
There is a reason the United States puts no limits on the number of IR visas available each year: this visa is the key to keeping families together.
When you want to make sure your family is free to move to the United States and settle and work here, any delay can be incredibly emotionally and financially painful. Law Office of William Jang, PLLC understands how important it is to bring your family to America. That is why we always provide our clients with the dedicated legal assistance required to overcome any obstacles they might experience during the visa application process.
Our lawyers have decades of experience working with USCIS and the visa process. We know what can go wrong and how to fix it. You do not want to have to deal with extra months or years without your immediate family. With such an important process, you have to work with the best legal help you can, and that is why you have to come to Law Office of William Jang, PLLC first.
Family Members Who Can Meet the Immediate Relative Requirements
Although there are no caps put on the number of immediate relative visas, that does not mean the requirements for this visa are not strict and strictly enforced. Only certain family members can qualify as immediate relatives according to the United States government. Of those family members, only those who meet certain criteria can then apply successfully for this visa. The family members that can apply for an IR visa include:
- Spouses of United States Citizens
- Children of United States Citizens
- Parents of United States Citizens
Beyond the need to meet these specific relationship requirements, there are other requirements that must be met to earn this visa. For instance:
- For a spouse to qualify, there must be proof that the marriage is legally valid and was entered into for legitimate reasons (in other words, the marriage was for love or family purposes, and not in order to get a green card).
- Children, meanwhile, must be under 21 and unmarried. However, there are no limitations for stepchildren or adopted children, provided they are legally the children of the United States citizen and meet the other qualifications.
- The parents of a United States citizen can apply for this visa only after the citizen reaches the age of 21.
Proving that you and your family members qualify for this visa can be extremely troublesome. To avoid any potential mistakes or misunderstandings, it is best to bring your case to Law Office of William Jang, PLLC right away so we can build the most persuasive argument for your family members’ right to an IR green card.
We Can Help You Bring Your Family to America
The United States has demonstrated an interest in helping families stay together when they are separated due to issues of citizenship. With the immediate relative family-based immigration visa, your spouse, children, and parents can join you in the United States and work towards full citizenship with all the same rights and opportunities as others in this country. To do this, though, you may need help to get past the difficulties of the visa application process. If you are a United States citizen applying for an immediate relative family-based immigration visa for your family member, contact Law Office of William Jang, PLLC at (512) 323-2333 so our green card team can take care of your case and help you reunite with your family.