Family-Based Green Cards
Your family is everything. So, when you are pursuing permanent residence status for a family member, you want to know that everything is done right. The best way to prevent the stress associated with potential mistakes is to work with an experienced immigration attorney.
At Maiona Ward Immigration Law, in Boston, Massachusetts, our attorneys use more than 25 years of combined experience to achieve the best possible outcomes for clients seeking family-based green cards. We have in-depth knowledge of United States immigration laws and have worked extensively with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
While each situation is different, many people do get green cards — and become lawful permanent residents — through their relationships with family members. You may be eligible for a green card if you meet certain requirements, including:
- Being the immediate relative of a U.S. citizen — a spouse, unmarried child under the age of 21 or parent
- Being a family member of a U.S. citizen fitting into a preference category — an unmarried son or daughter over the age of 21, a married child of any age, or a brother or sister
- Being a family member of a green card holder — including a spouse or unmarried child of the sponsoring green card holder
- Being a member of a certain, special category — a survivor of domestic violence/domestic abuse, the child of a foreign diplomat or the widow(er) of a U.S. citizen
Lawyers at our firm can help you understand your options and take effective legal action. At our boutique immigration law firm, we provide exceptional personal service at reasonable rates. Our clients talk directly with the attorneys who represent them, and we offer clear, understandable fees in family immigration matters.Contact Maiona Ward Immigration Law | Family Immigration Attorneys Serving New England And The Nation
Contact Maiona Ward Immigration Law by calling 617-695-2220 to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced Boston green card attorney today. Our offices are conveniently located in the Financial District of downtown Boston.
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