Mesa Family-Based Immigration Lawyers
If you are in the process of a family-based immigration application, you will need the assistance of a skilled attorney who can help you through the process and make sure that your application is properly prepared and submitted. At Gambacorta Law, we decades of experience in handling family-based immigration matters and can provide you with the legal guidance you need.
Eligibility Requirements for a Family Visa
There are several eligibility requirements that must be met before you can apply for a family visa, and the process can be complex. Here are some of the eligibility requirements that you must meet:
- You must have a qualifying relative in the United States.
- You must be at least 18 years of age.
- You must be legally able to marry in the United States.
- You must be able to prove that you have sufficient income to support your family member in the United States.
- You must be able to prove that you have a permanent residence in the United States.
If you are unsure if you meet the eligibility requirements, you should consult with an immigration attorney before filing your application.
The Family Visa Process
Once you have established that you meet the eligibility requirements, you will need to prepare the required documents and file your application. If you have hired an attorney, they will handle the filing of your application. If you have not hired an attorney, you will need to file the application yourself.
The process for obtaining a family visa is as follows:
- File the visa petition.
- Wait for approval of the petition.
- File the visa application.
- Wait for visa interview.
- Receive visa stamp in your passport.
- Return to the United States with your family member.
If you are handling the filing of your application yourself, you will need to know what documents you must provide to prove that you meet the eligibility requirements.
Documents to Prove Eligibility Requirements
When you file the visa petition, you will need to provide proof that you meet the eligibility requirements. You will need to provide a copy of the petitioner's Green Card and evidence that they are a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident. You will also need to provide proof that they are related to you. If the petitioner is a U.S. citizen, you will need to provide their birth certificate. If the petitioner is a lawful permanent resident, you will need to provide their naturalization certificate.
How a Mesa Family Visa Lawyer Can Help
The family visa process can be complex and confusing, and the eligibility requirements can be difficult to meet. You will need to know what documents you will need to provide to prove that you meet the eligibility requirements and how to file your application. If you have hired an attorney, they will handle the filing of your application and help you avoid common mistakes that can cause delays in the approval of your petition.
Contact the Mesa family-based immigration attorneys at Gambacorta Law by calling (602) 883-2922today!