LET US HELP YOU FILE YOUR I-130 PETITION, CONSULAR PROCESS OR ADJUST YOUR STATUS
At Gardner & Mendoza, our immigration lawyers are proud of the work we do in helping members of your family immigrate to the U.S. Or, if your family member is already here, we may be able to help adjust his or her status to that of a permanent resident. We help families reunite from all over the world!
Do you need help filing the I-130 Petition for your wife, child, parent or brother, or sister? Some of the questions that our clients have when they come to see us are “where do we send the petition”, “what documents are needed with that petition”, or “what is a fee bill?”
We can assist you with the beginning-to-end process (from filing the initial I-130 Petition to getting your family member to the U.S. through the immigrant visa consular process. The end result? A green card for your family member and his or her family members depends on the preference category and ages of derivative beneficiaries.
Our services include the preparation and proper filing of the following:
- family petition (I-130)
- spouse supplement (I-130A)
- respond to USCIS Request for Evidence (RFE)
- proper payment of Fee Bills with the National Visa Center
- Department of State Form DS-260
- Affidavit of Support (I-864)
- submission of police certificates, photos, passports
- guidance through the interview process abroad
- assistance with paying the immigrant fee after the visa is received
- adjustment of status (I-485) if a relative is in the U.S.
- work permit (I-765) if a relative is in the U.S.
- travel permit (I-131) if a relative is in the U.S.