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Immigrating to the U.S. with your family

by | Nov 28, 2017 | family immigration

Immigration can be stressful for a wide range of reasons and this can be especially true for those who have a spouse and/or children. Moving to another country for work or some other purpose can be a huge change which brings uncertainty and this is especially true for those who leave behind families. Vickerstaff Law Office recognizes that each family immigration case is unique and that immigrants and their loved ones may be facing a plethora of difficulties. In Louisville, and cities all over Kentucky, it is pivotal for people in this position to take a careful look at their rights and figure out the most sensible plan of action.

Did you move to the U.S. in order to pursue a lucrative job that you were offered, but are unsure of how to bring your loved ones to the country? If so, you should look into different options that may be on the table. For example, children, parents, spouses, and even siblings of U.S. citizens and permanent residents may be able to obtain a green card. Many families have been able to reunite and reduce immigration-related anxiety by successfully applying for green cards. However, it is vital to have a clear understanding of the different requirements and work through the process appropriately.

Immigrating to the United States with family members may feel overwhelming, but you should try to keep a positive outlook and go over your circumstances carefully. Our page on green cards through family relationships has more on this area of immigration law.