Chicago and Dallas/Ft. Worth Family-Based Petition Lawyers

Toro Law welcomes individuals and families needing to file a family-based immigrant petition. One of the most important things we do at our law firm is uniting families through immigration. We understand how difficult it is to be separated from your loved ones without any knowledge of when you will be together again. We are here to assist you in all aspects of family immigration law, including filing a family-based petition to remain in the United States. While every single case is unique, we are dedicated to achieving a timely and successful resolution for our clients. Our lawyers are bilingual, speaking both English and Spanish, and offer our services to people of all different backgrounds and country of origin.

If you are already a U.S. citizen, you may have the right to file a petition for a parent, spouse, sibling, adult child, or minor child. You may also be able to file a petition to have a fiancé who is living overseas to join you in America. The family members you can petition for will depend on your status, whether you are a lawful permanent resident or a U.S. citizen. As a U.S. citizen, you can petition for your spouse, parents, children, and siblings.

If you are a lawful permanent resident, the only family members you can petition for are your spouse and any unmarried children. These types of cases can be quite complex, which is why we encourage you to contact Toro Law today to discuss your case. We know how intimidating it can be to go through any immigration case, which is why we are here to take the burden off your shoulders and do the hard part for you. It is our goal to reconnect families and ensure everyone is given an opportunity to remain in the United States.

Requirements for a Family-Based Petition

Family-based immigrant petitions can be filed either by U.S. citizens, or those who have been granted permanent residency. There are specific stipulations based on how long you have been in the United States and what your status is, so it is important to discuss all aspects of your case with a knowledgeable immigration attorney from Toro Law. The most common visas awarded based on family petitions include:

  • K1 Fiancé Visas
  • Marriage Petitions
  • Parents Petitions
  • Sibling Petitions
  • Children Petitions

If you are not sure which visa is best for your case, contact experienced family-based immigration attorney Moises Briseño and Associates at Toro Law immediately to schedule a consultation to discuss your case. Pursuing a family-based petition can be a long and arduous process, depending on the case. It is important that enough documentation of the family relationship is provided, and no step is overlooked. The Illinois and Texas immigration attorneys at Toro Law can help. Please give us a call today to discuss your family-based immigration petition.