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Immigration Representation in Santa Clarita
People around the world have dreams of moving to the United States to grow their businesses, to improve their families’ lives, or to start a new life in the melting pot that is America. The immigration process, unfortunately, can prove to be a roadblock in achieving these goals.
Immigration law requires the knowledge and understanding of several complex rules and regulations and involves several governmental agencies. I can be your guide through the immigration maze.
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I can work with you to reunite your family, change your immigration status, become an American citizen, or hire a foreign worker. We provide diligent, competent, and zealous representation to each client by being proactive, responsive, and accessible. You will have direct access to me every step of the way. We are ready to answer questions or address concerns whenever they should arise.
Above all, my priority is to protect your American Dream. As we walk with you through the immigration process, you will find peace of mind knowing that you have a strong and determined advocate by your side. Whatever your goals may be, know that you are one step closer to achieving them by retaining me as your partner.
Every year, millions of people immigrate to America to live, work, or enjoy being an American citizen. Whether you are seeking a better life for you or your family, or you are looking for a new business opportunity, you need an attorney who thoroughly understands the complexities of the immigration process. That’s where I come in.
As a first-generation immigrant, I understand your circumstance. The immigration process is scary, uncertain, and frustrating. That’s why determination and dedication are not enough to succeed. You need an attorney who is knowledgeable, experienced, and has a proven track record of success. With 15 years of experience and 1,000 cases successfully solved, I know how to win and protect your dreams of being in America. From deportation defense to visa petitions, green card applications to naturalization, I work tirelessly to fight for you against all immigration matters you might be facing.
When bringing a parent or sibling to live with you, you must be a U.S. citizen and at least 21 years old. Green card holders cannot petition for their parents or siblings. When bringing your children to live with you in the U.S., their age and marital status will impact their eligibility.Permanent residents may petition for:
- Children who are unmarried and under the age of 21
- Unmarried sons and daughters who are over the age of 21 (plus any children of their own)
Qualifying for a Marriage Visa
If you are a U.S. citizen or green card holder, you may bring your eligible spouse to live with you in the U.S. by completing Form I-130. This is the process to use whether you are a citizen or a permanent resident.
If you are engaged but not yet married to a foreign national who is living outside the U.S., you can seek a K-1 fiance(e) visa. This non-immigrant visa grants your fiancée entrance to the U.S. if you intend to get married within 90 days. Once married, your new spouse may apply for a green card.