Immigrants who are trying to come into the United States can face a host of challenges. If there are any unusual circumstances in your history, you might find the immigration process to be very complicated. In our previous post, we discussed how the number of immigrants who are in the country illegally have dropped. That, however, doesn't necessarily signal an easier visa application process.
We know that you don't want to see your family separated because of problems with visa petitions to come into the U.S. Instead, you want your family to remain together. We can help you learn about the options you might have available to make that happen. We want to see your family all together living the life you desire.
There are several different points that can affect your visa application. If you didn't come into the country and want to obtain a legal status, we can help you to understand your options for getting a green card. This will often mean that you have to get a waiver for unlawful presence in the U.S. while applying for a green card from your home country.
Even if you were in the country legally and overstayed your visa, we can help you to seek an adjustment of status. You might even be able to remain in the country during the process.
It is important to explore all the avenues available to enter and remain in the country legally. From consular processing to adjustment of status applications, we can help complete the immigration process necessary to find out if you can get a visa.