IMMIGRATION FAMILY PETITIONS ATTORNEY
Do you have a Relative that you would like to be reunited with or remain with you in the US?
If you answered yes then the first step in reaching your goal is to file an I-130 Petition.
Who can Petition who in an I-130 Family Petition?
A US Citizen may petition for the following family members:
- Children (unmarried and Under 21)
- Sons and Daughters (married and/or 21 or over)
- Parents, if you are 21 or over
- Siblings, if you are 21 or over
A US Permanent Resident may petition for the following family members:
FAMILY PETITIONS IMMIGRATION LAWYER
Filing the Form I-130 is the first step in gaining a Green Card (Permanent Residence) for your Family Member. Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, establishes the Family Relationship that exists between you and your relative.
Sometimes the I-130 can be filed together with an application for Permanent Residence. When the Petitioner (US Citizen) is petitioning for an Immediate Relative then the application for Permanent Residence can be filed together.