When a person immigrates to the United States, they may want to obtain a green card so they can become a lawful permanent resident. When a person in Kentucky or elsewhere in the U.S. has a green card, they are able to reside and work in the country indefinitely. One type of permanent visa an immigrant may apply for is a family-based visa.
An immigrant can apply for a family-based visa based on his or her relationship with a resident or citizen of the U.S. First, parents, children and spouses of U.S. citizens can apply for a family-based visa. Adult children of U.S. citizens can apply for a family-based visa whether they are married or unmarried. Spouses or unmarried children of lawful permanent residents of the U.S. can apply for a family-based visa. Siblings of U.S. citizens can apply for a family-based visa. Finally, those being adopted by a U.S. citizen can apply for a family-based visa.
That being said, the process of procuring a visa can be confusing and overwhelming. No one wants to jeopardize their chance of becoming a lawful permanent resident by making a mistake in the visa application process. Therefore, those seeking a family-based visa may want to seek the help of an attorney.
At our firm, we aim to provide our clients with clear answers that will assist them in making informed decisions. We assist our clients in obtaining a visa in a manner that is efficient and affordable. We will inform our clients about each step in the application process, including gathering the necessary paperwork to make lawful permanent residency a reality. To learn more about family immigration in Kentucky, please visit our family immigration website.