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Can My Family Members Immigrate?

As a firm dedicated to helping families come together in the United States, it only makes sense that the bulk of our immigration practice be devoted to family-based immigration services.

If you have questions regarding the U.S. immigration process and how it may affect your ability to connect with your family, we can provide you with the information and services needed to confidently navigate the U.S. and international immigration agencies as quickly as possible.

We Combine A Domestic Presence With International Reach

Perhaps you are a U.S. citizen and wish to bring your spouse and children to the United States. Or maybe you are a lawful permanent resident and wish to help your adult son or daughter secure a visa. Regardless of the circumstances, when you reach out to us at Dempsey Law, our attorneys and staff will guide you through each step in the process.

There are several categories within family-based immigration that our team can explain, including:

  • Immediate relatives, spouses and minor children of U.S. citizens
  • Unmarried sons and daughters of U.S. citizens
  • Spouses and unmarried children (younger than 21) of permanent residents
  • Unmarried sons and daughters (21 or older) of permanent residents
  • Married sons and daughters of U.S. citizens, their spouses and their children
  • Siblings of U.S. citizens (21 or older) and their spouses and children

With years of experience working with individuals, couples and families from around the world, we understand the value our clients place on reuniting their families in the United States. By emphasizing education, we will help you understand your options, obtain a green card and pursue an adjustment of status to lawful permanent resident or, if you choose, U.S. citizenship.

International Adoption And Immigration: It’s What We Do, And We Are Proud To Say That We Do It Well

To learn more about our family-based immigration services and how our lawyers can help, reach out to us at our Charlotte, North Carolina, or Boca Raton, Florida, law offices and schedule a consultation. Our practice is committed to adoption and specific immigration services both domestically and around the world.

Discover the difference of our personal approach by calling our Charlotte law office at 704-251-2500 or our Boca Raton law office at 561-489-2248, or by completing our online contact form.