We will adapt our methods of communication to suit your needs and desires. Do you prefer to come to our McAllen law office, our Austin office, or meet through a video conference? Let us know and we hope to get to know you soon.
Your family member such as your fiancé(e), husband, wife, son, daughter, mother or father, may already be in the U.S. or they may be in your home country. Or, they may be near the border between Texas and Mexico, waiting for the correct documentation to join you in Texas. If you are a U.S. citizen or green card holder, you may sponsor them for a visitor’s visa or another type of immigrant status. Sponsoring brothers, sisters or other relatives may also be possible but is likely to take longer.
To discuss your family immigration goals with an experienced and dedicated immigration attorney at Guerra Law Group, P.L.L.C., call 956-618-3000 or complete our online inquiry form. We hope to hear from you soon.
Some people see forms and instructions for applying for family-based visas and other immigration benefits on the website of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). They then assume that they can file forms on their own. Doing this is risky because of the many details that must be just right in a family-based visa application. If you use the wrong form, enter incorrect information or send in the wrong fee amount, your case may be delayed for months – or rejected altogether.
For reassurance that your family-based immigration quest will go smoothly and have a strong chance of succeeding, work with a lawyer with experience and confidence. Turn to Guerra Law Group, P.L.L.C., for help with an:
We are here to help ensure that you do not miss your chance to sponsor your family member with as little delay as possible. Our attorneys and staff can also explain your rights, your family member’s rights and what to expect during the process of obtaining the immigrant visa or green card that your spouse, child or parent is eligible for.