Services for families and individuals


We generally start with a full consultation to learn about your background and that of family members. We need to know your entire immigration history as well as your goals, objectives and priorities, along with your travel plans, work and family needs, any religious or cultural concerns, and timing concerns. Once we come up with a strategy to fit your circumstances, we will explain how it works, what documentation will be needed, how long it will take, what you can expect along the way, any anticipated problems or ancillary applications needed, and the estimated fees and costs.

  • K-1 fiance(é) visas, marriage based green cards, and K-3 visas, adjustment of status & immigrant visas, including for same-sex marriage, LGBT families
  • Petitions to remove conditions
  • Parent, child, son/daughter, sibling cases, dependents & follow-to-join issues, adoption and ART issues
  • Affidavit of support issues
  • Priority date, quota, and quota cross-charge issues, Child Status Protection Act
  • Self-sponsorship (e.g., VAWA, widow petitions, certain employment based petitions, students, exchange visitors – including J-1 waivers, DV diversity lottery, DACA)
  • Special programs (e.g., TPS, NACARA, Haitian, Cuban Adjustment, etc.)
  • Humanitarian services (e.g., asylum, humanitarian parole, survivor benefits, U, T visas, Special Immigrant Juveniles)
  • Border & Consular matters including visa processing abroad, border applications, nonimmigrant visa waivers, parole, I-94 problems, FOIA
  • Citizenship & Naturalization
  • Military matters – including dependent benefits (e.g., Parole in Place, survivor benefits, MAVNI, expedited citizenship)
  • Abandonment of residence/preservation of residence issues
  • Waivers of all types for temporary and permanent residence (I-601, I-601A provisional family unity waiver, nonimmigrant waivers (I-192, I-191) permission to reapply after deportation (I-212)