FAMILY AND INDIVIDUAL IMMIGRATION

GREEN CARD

VISA

U.S. CITIZENSHIP

DEPORTATION DEFENSE

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Do you want to obtain a visa, green card, or U.S. citizenship?

Are you a U.S. citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident who wants to sponsor your family members to live in the U.S.?

Are you in deportation proceeding?

Do you need help with an immigration matter?

– If you answer yes to any of the above, you are in the right place.

 

If you want an expert to take care of all the details so you won’t have to worry about delays or denials, call us today. While more than 40% of immigration cases are delayed or denied, we have one of the highest approval rates in the industry*. With over 100 years of combined immigration law experience, our attorneys are the experts in this area. We have an outstanding track record in achieving the best results for our clients, and you, too, can depend on us.

We know it’s important for you to receive the best results for your case. At Weinstock Immigration Lawyers, we go above and beyond for you. If you are looking for top immigration attorneys to provide proactive representation and keep you fully-informed throughout the process, call us today. We can help you take care of all the paperwork and regulatory issues so you can focus on the things that are important to you.

 

 



*Disclaimer: prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

Typical Client Results for Weinstock Immigration Lawyers

Individual Service

  • O-1 Visa and green card was approved for a violinist after she received 2 prior USCIS denials. This allowed her to perform in Carnegie Hall and other prestigious venues.
  • Client received U.S. Citizenship only 60 days after we filed a mandamus against USCIS. Client’s case was delayed by more than 3 years prior to our involvement.
  • Diversity Visa Lottery client received approval for green card within 4 weeks despite a very serious time crunch. Visa was filed in August and approved by the September 30 deadline due to our diligent follow-ups with the USCIS.
  • Asylum was granted to Iraqi doctor and his family within less than 6 months, avoiding removal proceedings.
  • Naturalization was granted to applicant who had a drug felony conviction and was advised by other attorneys to prepare for denial. His wife received her green card shortly thereafter.
  • Green card application was approved in a very complex case involving identity fraud. Client went to a number of other attorneys to no avail before consulting with us.

Family Services

  • Husband and wife were reunited after a year-long separation after the consulate mistakenly determined he was inadmissible for a visa. Within 1 month of hiring us, we were able to rectify the mistake and obtain his green card for a reunion with his wife.
  • Wife was able to return from Mexico and receive green card after being stuck there for more than a year because of the prior attorney’s mistake.
  • Green card was approved after embassy previously determined that our client was permanently inadmissible for trying to smuggle her brother into the country without a waiver possibility.
  • Permanent residence application was reopened where our clients had provided the wrong documents to prove eligibility. Case was reopened within a month of filing, set for an interview and approved shortly thereafter.
  • Waiver of unlawful presence and application of green card was approved for Mexican national whose U.S. citizen wife passed away while their case was pending.
  • Green card was approved within 30 days after embassy denied an immigrant visa for our client. She has since immigrated to the U.S. and reunited with her daughter and grandchildren.

Immigration Attorneys for Families & Individuals

Everyone has an immigration story that starts somewhere. For some, that story started hundreds of years ago, and for others, it could be today. At Weinstock Immigration Lawyers, our passion is for people and we set out to keep families together by helping them navigate the strict immigration laws here in the United States.

Our individual and family-based immigration attorneys are among some of the best visa attorneys in the nation and have received numerous accolades for their attention to detail and high success rate.

No one’s story is the same, but the journey to gain lawful immigration status or U.S. citizenship is one our immigration attorneys have taken more times than we can count. We routinely help individuals and family sponsors secure a workable plan utilizing our extensive knowledge of the immigration system. Utilizing everything from our K-1 visa lawyers for your loved ones to our naturalization attorneys, DACA lawyers, or adjustment of status attorneys, our visa attorneys know the ins and outs of the immigration system. After all, we too went through it!

Who Is Eligible For Individual Or Family Based Immigration?

Navigating the U.S. immigration maze is more complex than ever. Family members who are eligible for family-based immigration depend on what relationship they have with a United States citizen or a lawful permanent resident. Spouses and children of U.S. citizens and permanent residents qualify, as well as parents, siblings and unmarried children of U.S. citizens. Your status and whether your relative is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident dictates what options you have available, for what type of petition, and how long it would take.

The United States Congress has established a worldwide limit of 480,000 family-based visas that can be issued each fiscal year. There is no limitation on the number of visas that may be issued to immediate relatives, who are spouses, parents and children under 21 of U.S. citizens. All the other immigrants have to fall under the cap with maximum numbers allotted to each preference category: spouses and minor children of permanent residents, unmarried children of permanent residents, adult children of U.S. citizens, married children of U.S. citizens and siblings of U.S. citizens. There is also a per-country limit to family immigration.

Many of our clients have a unique past, misunderstood family situation, or have been told “no” by others either from people within the U.S. immigration system or immigration attorneys. There are a lot of agencies to navigate depending on your particular immigration situation, including United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the United States State Department (DOS), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which includes U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Our immigration attorneys know these agencies inside and out because we have decades of successful experience working alongside them.

Partnering with the Visa Pros – Weinstock Immigration Lawyers, can help you reduce your chances for error because we understand and have extensive firsthand knowledge of U.S. immigration processes. Working with a family or personal immigration attorney greatly reduces your chances of delay in an already lengthy system of checks and balances.

Types Of Personal And Family Immigration Services We Provide

Inside the machine that is the U.S. immigration process are many different avenues and approaches to obtain legal status. Let the visa lawyers at Weinstock put in place a workable plan associated with your particular needs. Timing, documentation, and a well-versed immigration attorney can make your immigration experience run smoothly.

Ask us about:

  • I-130

    • Immediate Relative Petitions
    • One-Step Adjustment of Status
    • and Family Consular Processing
  • I-485

    • Adjustment of Status
  • I-601 & I-601A

    • Waivers of Inadmissibility for Unlawful Presence
    • Waivers of Inadmissibility for Criminal or Other Grounds
  • K-1 & K-3

    • Fiancé Visa or Fiancee Visa and Spouse Visa
  • I-751

    • Removal of Conditions Based on Marriage
  • VAWA

    • Violence Against Women’s Act Petitions for Victims of Domestic Abuse
  • DACA

    • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
  • Naturalization to Obtain U.S. Citizenship
  • Child Citizenship

A History of Successful Immigration Stories

At Weinstock Immigration Lawyers, we thrive at keeping families together and building close relationships and we think our track record speaks for itself.

Individual Immigration Service Successes

  • Violinist was approved for O-1 Visa and green card after she received 2 prior USCIS denials. This allowed her to perform in Carnegie Hall and other prestigious venues.
  • Client received U.S. Citizenship only 60 days after we filed a mandamus against USCIS. Client’s case was delayed by more than 3 years prior to our involvement.
  • Diversity Visa Lottery client received approval for green card within 4 weeks despite a very serious time crunch. Visa was filed in August and approved by the September 30 deadline due to our diligent follow-ups with the USCIS.
  • Asylum was granted to Iraqi doctor and his family within less than 6 months, avoiding removal proceedings.
  • Naturalization was granted to applicant who had a drug felony conviction and was advised by other attorneys to prepare for denial. His wife received her green card shortly thereafter.
  • Green card application was approved in a very complex case involving identity fraud. Client went to a number of other attorneys to no avail before consulting with us.

Family Immigration Services Successes

  • Husband and wife were reunited after a year-long separation after the consulate mistakenly determined he was inadmissible for a visa. Within 1 month of hiring us, we were able to rectify the mistake and obtain his green card for a reunion with his wife.
  • Wife was able to return from Mexico and receive green card after being stuck there for more than a year because of the prior attorney’s mistake.
  • Green card was approved after embassy previously determined that our client was permanently inadmissible for trying to smuggle her brother into the country without a waiver possibility.
  • Permanent residence application was reopened where our clients had provided the wrong documents to prove eligibility. Case was reopened within a month of filing, set for an interview and approved shortly thereafter.
  • Waiver of unlawful presence and application of green card was approved for Mexican national whose U.S. citizen wife passed away while their case was pending.
  • Green card was approved within 30 days after embassy denied an immigrant visa for our client. She has since immigrated to the U.S. and reunited with her daughter and grandchildren.

Call for a Free Evaluation of Your Immigration Case

If you’re in need of professional representation for your family or need help with individual immigration matters, call our office today at (770) 604-1603. We offer free case evaluations and are well-equipped to answer your visa questions and questions about coming to the U.S. as an immigrant or staying here.