Helping a loved one immigrate to the U.S.

On Behalf of | May 19, 2017 | U.s. Immigration Law |

While immigration matters can be hard for anyone to work through, they can be particularly stress-inducing for families. For example, a child may worry if his or her parent will be able to live with them, or a husband or wife could be unsure if their spouse will be able to relocate. At Cuevas, Garcia & Torres, our Miami law firm is intimately familiar with the numerous challenges that people encounter in Florida when it comes to immigration and their loved ones.

If you have moved to the U.S. for work, you may be wondering if your spouse will be able to join you. Or, perhaps you plan on marrying someone but are unsure of how to handle the immigration process. Regardless of the details that are relevant to your situation, it is critical for you to do whatever you can to increase the chances of a successful outcome. Moreover, you should have an idea of what to expect and be fully prepared for any paperwork or other issues that may arise.

Sometimes, people run into problems with immigration matters because they were unaware of their responsibilities or failed to work through things appropriately. As a result, you should try your best to closely review your circumstances or the immigration situation that one of your loved ones may have found themselves in.

If you go over to our page that is devoted to immigrant visas, you can read even more about some of the immigration topics that people have to work through.


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