Family
Immigration Law

Family unity is our goal for you.


Family unity, or reunification, is an important goal for many immigrants in the U.S. – and we have helped thousands of people achieve it. The younger your family members are and the sooner you start, the easier and faster the process will be.

Unfortunately, we are living in a very uncertain environment with constantly changing rules. It is critical to have immigration attorneys on your side to guide you through your options.

We can help you if:

  • You are a U.S. citizen and want to bring your parents to live in the U.S.
  • You are a U.S. citizen and your sibling wants to immigrate to the U.S.
  • You hold a temporary visa, are married to a U.S. citizen and want to apply for permanent status.
  • You are a green card holder and want to help your family move to the U.S.

“Stephanie Izaguirre is a very trustworthy, responsible, and dedicated to her work.  In my opinion, she is the best!  You can entrust your immigration case to her. Because of her work, my family is united.”

– Milexy Gavidia

HOW IT WORKS


U.S. citizens can apply for citizenship for their children, spouse, siblings and parents. Green card holders can apply for their children or spouse but cannot apply for their siblings or parents.

You will go through one of two processes:

Adjustment of Status

This process is handled within the U.S. It is generally available for the parents, spouses and minor children (under age 21) of U.S. citizens who entered the country legally.

Consular Processing

The process is similar to adjustment of status but happens at a U.S. embassy or consulate in your home country. This option is available for the children and spouses of green card holders, as well as some others.

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Actions from the current administration are designed to reduce the rights and options for immigrants to stay in the United States. Temporary Protected Status (TPS) has been revoked for Cubans and thousands of immigrants from:

  • Honduras – 10,000 people
  • El Salvador – 20,000 people
  • Haiti – 50,000 people

Perhaps most urgent has been the attack on children eligible for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy. This policy allows some individuals who were brought to the United States illegally as children to receive a renewable two-year period of deferred action from deportation and become eligible for a work permit in the United States. Currently, 500,000 people are facing deportation.

We’ve reunited hundreds of families in Colorado. Yours could be next!

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