Is Your Family Member Facing The Threat Of Deportation?

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Helping You Manage Family Immigration Issues

Most people have heard part of the message inscribed on the Statue of Liberty’s tablet: “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” There is another message there that is just as important, but rarely mentioned: “from her beacon-hand glows world-wide welcome.”

Many families who have a relative who immigrated here are wondering if everyone is still welcome. They are experiencing challenges to get Green Cards, fiancé visas and K-3 or K-4 visas (designed to shorten the time families must wait to be reunited). If you or a family member are facing a challenge to your residency here, the family immigration attorneys at Stratton Immigration, PLLC can assist you.

Citizens Can Petition For Certain Nonresident Family Members

If you are a citizen, depending on your relationship, you can file for a family member’s Green Card or visas. There are restrictions on the relative for whom you can submit a petition. There are steps and paperwork that must be completed. You want to make sure you complete them accurately and within deadlines.

Difficult Issues Require Specialized Guidance

Family immigration can be complex. We will work with you through the difficulties and setbacks. We can assist you with:

Green Cards (Permanent Residence)

You can petition for your:

  • Parents (if you are 21 years old or older)
  • Siblings (if you are 21 years old or older)
  • Sons/daughters who are married and/or 21 years old or older
  • Spouse

Fiancé Visas

  • You can petition for a fiancé who is living outside of the country and their children (under 21).

K-3 / K-4 Visas

  • You can petition for a spouse and their children (under 21).

Standing With You Through The Difficulties And Setbacks

When you come to us, we will explain your unique circumstances and make recommendations on the best way to proceed. Ultimately, we are here to protect your rights.

There probably are details in your case that make it unique. Our goal is to make sure that you and your family stay together.

Manage The Stress In These Troubling Situations

Our firm can also assist your family if you are facing deportation or detention issues. Our lawyers know how to guide you through these difficult situations. Email us or call our Seattle office at 206-508-0539. As soon as hire us, we will begin helping you navigate the Green Card, visa and immigration system.