Experienced Immigration Lawyers Helping Residents Throughout Arizona with Their Deportation or Removal Proceedings.

Losing a spouse, parent or child is a devastating loss both financially and emotionally. Deported family members generally face years of waiting before they can apply for a visa.  However, deported individuals can seek a Form I-212 waiver to allow them to re-enter the U.S. sooner.  The waiver is complex and will require supporting documentation, which an immigration attorney can greatly assist in.

Recently a seminar was conducted by the Immigration Law forces where Chris Ariano was invited as the chief guest to speak about the immigration problems and how immigration lawyers help the residents with their deportation and removal proceedings. The head count rose to 500 which was not expected but people really want to know about the immigration laws and regulations.

Chris Ariano said that Immigrants from all around have to go through many problems, here is where foreigners request help from the best immigration lawyers they can find. Problems start when documents like employment authorization, visas, green cards and naturalization certificates are delayed or denied.

Many immigrants do their paper work by themselves which causes them a lot of problems. However, we have some reservations about that method. Living away from your loved ones can be heart breaking, in order to reunite your families within the border of U.S. our immigration lawyer offers the option for family based immigration. Your status within the U.S. will lead your family-based immigration petition.  In order to file a family-based immigration petition for your relative, you must be either a:

-    U.S. Citizen;
-    Permanent Resident; or
-    Refugee admitted to the U.S. within the past two years

U.S. citizens can petition for many different types of relatives to enter U.S. including fiancé, spouse, un-married children under age of 21, married children, parents and siblings if they are over 21 age. Permanent U.S. residents can only petition for their spouse and unmarried children, regardless of age, to join them in the U.S.  The process is essentially the same as for U.S. citizens, but there is no immediate relative status. The deportation of a family member can ruin a family, resulting in separation and living apart. Losing a spouse, parent or child is a devastating loss both financially and emotionally. Deported family members generally face years of waiting before they can apply for a visa.  However, deported individuals can seek a Form I-212 waiver to allow them to re-enter the U.S. sooner.  The waiver is complex and will require supporting documentation, which an immigration attorney can greatly assist in.

The Phoenix based immigration lawyers of Ariano & Reppucci, PLLC, wish above all else to see families happily reunited in the U.S.  Our experienced immigration attorneys will guide you through the intricate family-based immigration process, ensuring forms are filled out completely and accurately, and all necessary documentation is provided.

Contact Info:
Ariano & Reppucci, PLLC
1430 E. Missouri Ave
Suite B150
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Phone: (623) 552-6168
Email: cha@attorneys-arizona.com
Website URL: http://www.phoeniximmigrationlawyers.co