In our last blog post, we gave you some tips that are helpful if you are filing family-based immigration petitions. Even if you follow those tips, there is still a chance that you might have difficulties having your application approved. There are several reasons why that might happen. If you have unusual circumstances in your case, you might need to seek help from someone experienced in family-based immigration law.
One instance in which some difficulties might arise is if you have any criminal history lurking in your past. We know that you just want to come to the United States to enjoy the American dream. We know that you don't want the mistakes you made in the past to affect your life now. We can help you learn about what options you have so you can decide what you want to do.
If you have overstayed your visa or have been in the country unlawfully for a year or longer, you might also have problems getting your petition approved. We can advocate for you and help you learn how you can embark on the path toward getting your documentation.
For some people who are already in the country, becoming a citizen is the ultimate dream. The path to citizenship is one that often requires support from someone familiar with the process. We can stand by you as you go through the process.
No matter what stage of immigration you are in, it is important for you to understand what you should do and what you shouldn't do. We can help you understand these points while you move through the process.