Guiding Families Toward Success With Their Immigration Goals
Many people come to the U.S. with the intention of having relatives join them here at some point. Bringing relatives into the U.S. can be a complicated process and should be handled by an experienced lawyer.
At the Lincoln, Nebraska, office of Monzón, Guerra & Chipman, our lawyers are highly skilled in the area of immigration. Whether you need assistance with visa application paperwork or how to begin the process of family-based immigration, we sit down with clients to determine their goals and work towards those goals with them every step of the way.
If You Are A Citizen
When a naturalized U.S. citizen seeks to bring someone to the U.S., many types of relatives may qualify. Fiancé(e)s, parents, siblings, spouses and children (adults or minors) all can be brought into the country to join a citizen.
Know Your Rights And Your Options
As a lawful permanent resident, the designation for green card holders, you can bring family to the U.S., but not as many classifications of family members as if you were a citizen. Green card holders can bring a spouse, unmarried adult child or minor child.
Reuniting our clients with their loved ones is important to us. To further discuss your questions and concerns about fiancé(e) visas, family visas, immigrant visas or other immigration questions, please contact our attorneys today by calling . We can also be reached through our online contact form. Spanish language services are available.