Helping bring immigrant families together

| Mar 2, 2018 | Family Immigration |

Everyone has their own story. For those coming to the United States to live in the country permanently, their story in the U.S. begins as they enter the path to citizenship. This process can start for many reasons, but many of those seeking to become permanent residents do so as a means to keep family members together.

Family immigration matters can be delicate situations, as many immigrants decide to come to America alone initially. When these individuals seek to petition for family members, such as spouses, parents, children and siblings, this requires specific visa types along with requirements to be met. At the law firm of Kurzban Kurzban Weinger Tetzeli & Pratt P.A., we are well versed in these immigration laws, and we attentively provide advice to our clients in the Miami area.

When a person has a permanent resident status, this means that they have a green card. This also means that they too can petition for permanent residency for other family members. This included their spouses and unmarried children as well as adult sons and daughters. Depending on your unique situation, our law firm can help you determine which visa or visas best fit your need. This holds true if you are simply seeking to expand your family through international adoptions.

To learn more check out our law firm’s family immigration website. With decades of experience, our law firm is here to advocate for immigrants in southern Florida, helping to bring families together and guide them through the process of becoming a permanent resident and enter the path towards citizenship.