Family Based Immigration for Parents of U.S. Citizens
In order to promote family unity, the parent of any United States citizen will qualify as an immediate relative and thereby, be given special priorities throughout the immigration process. The U.S. citizen son or daughter, however, must be at least 21 years of age in order for their parent(s) to qualify for this form of family-based immigration.
Immediate relatives of U.S. citizens that qualify for the “family preference category” do not have to wait in a long queue for visa availability; there is an unlimited amount of visas for individuals who fall under this category. In order to begin the process, an individual’s U.S. citizen son or daughter (over the age of 21) must file a petition in favor of their parent’s potential permanent residency.
The attorney’s fee for our services at the William Jang, PLLC and the filing fees currently charged by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) are as follows (please take a moment to read this disclaimer):
- $2,000 attorney’s fees
- $535 USCIS filing fee for the main petition
- $1,225 USCIS filing fee for adjustment of status
At the William Jang, PLLC, our Austin immigration attorneys have extensive experience assisting the community with a variety of immigration concerns. We are delighted to promote family togetherness by helping immediate family members of U.S. citizens obtain green cards. You are welcome to take a look at a sample of our past cases that have been approved.