Foreign nationals who have family ties in the United States may be eligible to obtain a Green Card through their family members who have previously gone through the immigration process to obtain permanent residency and/or U.S. citizenship.
Depending on the U.S. relative’s immigration status, family-based immigration should be reviewed from the point of view of two categories: unlimited and limited.
Suitable for the U.S. citizens who wish to file an immigrant visa petition for their immediate relatives (spouse, widow(er) and unmarried children under 21; a parent of a U.S. citizen who is 21+ years old)
F1 - first preference: suitable for U.S. citizens’ unmarried children and their children;
F2 - second preference: suitable for Green Card holders’ spouses, underage children and unmarried children over 21;
F3 - third preference: U.S. citizens’ married children, as well as their spouses and children;
F4 - fourth preference: U.S. citizens’ siblings, their spouses and children. U.S. citizen must be 21 years of age or older.
Law Offices of Ilya Fishkin, P.C. will help you establish your family preference category and evaluate your eligibility for the U.S. permanent residency. The attorney will personally review every document and piece of evidence submitted by the client to ensure maximum success of each case.