The most common method of legal immigration to the US is through family petition.
Immigration laws allow US citizens and legal permanent residents to request the legal entry of specific members of the family.
Is the procedure in which an American Citizen or a legal permanent resident ask the government to grant an immigrant visa (to live inside of the United States) to a foreign relative. Learn More >
The Fiance(e) Visa is a nonimmigrant visa that allows a foreign person to come visit. Their Fiance(e) for 90 days. Learn More >
FOR HUSBAND TYPE K-3
It is a nonimmigrant visa that allows the wife of an American citizen to enter the United States to see her husband and to apply for residency within the United States. This visa is not the residence but a permit to enter the United States to apply for residency. Learn More >
Under this process, an immigrant parent could ask for their child and their child could stay in the United States with a work permit while waiting for their family petition to be available to apply for residency. Learn More >
Is the procedure in which we ask the immigration department to allow us to reside in the United States and obtain a legal residency card or "Green Card". Learn More >
Is the process by which we ask the government to grant us residence through an immigrant visa. This process is called "consular" because the process is carried out in the consulate of the country of origin of the immigrant applicant. Learn More >
A procedure in which an immigrant who is the spouse or father of a member of our armed forces or a veteran of the armed forces can ask the government for a special permit to process their residence within the United States without having to leave the United States. Learn More >