What is a family based Green Card?
Family-based Green Cards allow U.S. permanent residents to petition for their immediate relatives to enter the U.S.
The legal definition of “immediate relatives” includes spouses and unmarried children under the age of 21. They can benefit from a special immigration priority, as there is no limited availability for family visas.
The family-based Green Card processing time is usually short, and it starts when you file a Petition for Alien Relative. However, only immediate family members are eligible for this request. All other family relationships fit into different Family Preference immigrant visas.
How can IAS help you get your Green Card?
Family based Green Cards are highly requested since they do not have strict criteria. Although there is an unlimited number of available permits, making a mistake can delay your application.
By contacting IAS, only the best immigration advisors will handle your case. Your assigned lawyer will discuss with you your immediate relatives’ eligibility and advise on the best route to follow.
We will also perform a full document check for both you and your family and your Petition for Alien Relative will be completed in full. We can also liaise with the USCIS through the complete application process.
If your relatives do not fit into this visa’s tiers, we can discuss further immigration opportunities.
You can entrust your beloved ones’ petition to our lawyers. To start discussing the perfect strategy to get your Green Card, get in touch today. You can either call us on +1844 290 6312 or use our online contact form.