Family-Based Immigration: An Overview

At Barba Inegol Law Firm PLLC, Fernanda and her team recognize the importance of family. They have worked with clients throughout Texas who want to bring their relatives to the United States. This process can be time-consuming and confusing. With the help of an attorney, you can understand your options and avoid potential errors.

Understanding Who Is Eligible And Who Can Qualify

Fernanda Inegol is an immigrant herself and thoroughly understands the immigration process. In answering your questions, she aims to be honest and clear. She will walk you through potential solutions and help you determine what will work best for your family. Fernanda can clearly explain who is eligible, what can happen and how to move forward.

A citizen or legal permanent resident can sponsor a family member. This means they may be able to get an immigration visa or a green card for their loved ones. However, it is important to know that the government prioritizes certain relationships, like immediate relatives. As a citizen, you can petition on behalf of your spouse, child or parent. As a permanent resident, you can file on behalf of your spouse or child. K-1 fiancé visas are also available for those who are not married yet. Certain requirements must be met, such as their age, whether they are married or whether they have kids of their own. She can also assist with waivers of inadmissibility.

For More Information, Call Her Office Today

Fernanda and her team know how the system works. She can help you understand family-based immigration processing times and what the future may look like. Her goal is to get the correct paperwork filed accurately and quickly. This means that it is best to contact her as soon as you have questions. To schedule a consultation, call her office in San Antonio at 210-475-3963 today. You can also send her an email. She is fluent in Spanish, and Turkish consults are available upon request.

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