Houston Family Immigration Attorney
Perhaps the easiest immigration pathway is obtaining a green card through marriage to an American citizen. However, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is always on the lookout for marriage fraud. Even if your marriage is completely legitimate and in good faith, you should have an experienced lawyer help you prepare the evidence you will submit to verify your eligibility for permanent residency based on marriage.
I am Zara Ali, Texas immigration lawyer, ready to advise you and guide you in applying for a family-based immigration solution such as a fiancé visa or a green card for an immediate family member. Contact me to arrange for an initial consultation in my Houston law office regarding your family-based immigration needs.
Can You Apply For A Temporary Visa Or A Green Card For A Family Member On Your Own? Yes, But Errors Are All Too Common.
You may be aware that the USCIS provides application forms and information online. Many people believe they can apply using these materials without the assistance of an immigration attorney. This may be technically true, but it is far too easy for individuals without experience to make mistakes, wasting unnecessary time and money.
U.S. immigration laws are highly technical and complex. This is true for family-based visas such as the K-1 fiancé visa as well as for business-based visas such as the H-1 B visas for foreign workers in specialty occupations. As a knowledgeable Texas immigration attorney, I am committed to helping ensure that your application for a visa or green card for your family member goes as smoothly as possible.
Has USCIS Asked For More Evidence? Request A Consultation With A Houston Family Immigration Lawyer Right Away
Perhaps you already applied for a temporary or permanent visa for a family member and now the USCIS has asked for additional evidence. Be extra careful before taking the next step! Contact an immigration lawyer right away to get the advice and help that you need to increase your chances of success with the second application.