Immediate Relative Visa
Pursuing an Immediate Relative Visa for Your Loved One in Cupertino
Experienced Guidance for Families in Santa Clara County
Many laws have been passed in the United States that allow citizens to sponsor their immediate relatives in the pursuit of a visa. Unlike other family-based immigrants, the immediate relatives of U.S. citizens don’t need to wait for a visa to become available before they can apply.
Our Cupertino immediate relative visa attorney has more than 20 years of experience helping clients navigation complex immigration processes. He fully customizes each client’s legal strategy to meet their unique needs, and you can count on him to provide the honest, insightful counsel you need.
Qualifications for an Immediate Relative Visa
Under U.S. immigration law, “immediate relatives” refer to specific familial relationships with U.S. citizens.
A U.S. citizen can petition for an immediate relative visa on behalf of their:
- Unmarried child under 21 years old; or
- Parent (if the U.S. citizen is 21 years old or older).
If they are already living in the United States lawfully, immediate relatives can adjust their status to permanent residence once USCIS approves the petition filed by the U.S. citizen. If the immediate relative is living outside of the United States, the application will be filed through consular processing.
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At the Law Office of Timothy D. Widman, we know that the process of applying for an immediate relative visa is complex and potentially time-consuming. Every step of the way, our attorney can provide the knowledgeable and high-quality representation you need.
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