Reuniting Families Through Immigration
We know how hard it is to be separated from your family. And we know how complex and frustrating the U.S. immigration system can be. An error or missing information or missed deadline can cause a delay or a denial of your petition to bring your loved ones to the United States. We can help you avoid those complications.
At KB Law PLLC, we provide knowledgeable and compassionate assistance with family-based immigration. We help U.S. citizens and green card holders in Minnesota with visas and consular processing for spouses, fiancé(e)s, children, parents or other relatives to come to the United States. Our lawyers and staff get great satisfaction from helping families reunite to live out their American dreams together.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) has strict eligibility rules and procedures for family-based immigration. Our attorneys can make sure that your family-sponsored petition is complete and correct. We have experience with:
- K-3 marriage visas: To bring your foreign national spouse to the United States to live with you
- K-1 fiancé(e) visas: To allow your fiancé(e) to enter the U.S. to get married (within 90 days)
- K-2 and K-4 visas: To let the unmarried children of your spouse or fiancé(e) join you in the U.S.
- Petitions by a U.S. citizen to bring over their parents, siblings or children (married or unmarried)
- Petitions by a lawful permanent resident (green card holder) to sponsor their spouse or unmarried children
The USCIS is skeptical of marriage visas and fiancé(e) visas because of the potential for marriage fraud. We can help you document that your marriage or engagement is real and not an immigration scam.
In some situations, consular processing in the country of origin is faster or preferable to obtaining a marriage visa. At KB Law PLLC, we have experience with both processes and can help you decide which to pursue.
We Are Here To Help Immigrant Families
U.S. immigration law can be confusing, and errors in your application can cause devastating setbacks for your family. Our lawyers and staff attend to all the details and help you file your petition the right way so that you can reconnect with your loved ones as soon as possible.
We also help those family members with adjustment of status to pursue permanent resident status and citizenship after arriving in the United States.
Members of our team speak Spanish, Somalian, Swahili, Romanian, Turkish and Russian.