Family-based Immigration

Sumner Law proudly provides special care for those seeking family-based visas and petitions. The decision to bring family members to the U.S. or to sponsor a family member who is deciding to stay in the U.S. long-term can be stressful, with concerns about financing, housing, finding employment, and adjusting to a new life in the U.S. You may be unsure of the options available for your family member, what documentation is required, how long the process will take, and how much the process will cost. The Sumner Immigration Law team helps start their journey with confidence, laying out a roadmap of the process, and guiding them and you through each step along the way. We offer immigration services for families in all sorts of situations, including the following:

  • Filing for family members already in the U.S.
  • I-751 Removal of Conditions for Conditional Residents
  • Filing for family members currently living outside the U.S.
  • Filing for fiancés (K-1)
  • Immigrant consular processing
  • K-3 visas for spouses of US citizens (when appropriate)

Consular Processing

Sumner Immigration Law offers a variety of consular processing services, including representation in applying for visas at U.S. consulates abroad, follow up and intervention when an applicant faces inordinate delay or unjust denial, and other services.

Recent blog posts

Oct
22
2021
The November visa bulletin is out, and with it brings a flurry of questions about I-485 filing strategies! The top question we are receiving right now is: Can I file multiple I-485 applications? The EB-2 India priority dates for both final action and… Read More
Oct
1
2021
By Brianne Donovan, Sumner Immigration Law On September 20, 2021, the Biden Administration announced a change in international travel restrictions previously put in place at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. The current travel restrictions r… Read More
Aug
5
2021
USCIS and the US Department of State often require original documents or certified copies of certain documents for immigration processing. The specific documents you need depend on what you are applying for and where. Many clients ask what it means t… Read More

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“I have worked with a lot of immigration attorneys in the past for various needs for family and friends. I have not had to find a new attorney since I got in touch with Emily. I have known her since her early days as an attorney and she was the best o… Read More"
– Derek M.
“My Green Card got approved! Thank you very much for your help, I highly appreciate it! The way you have executed the filing procedure was simply perfect, from filing labor to GC approval, your documentation and communication with me was the best. I w… Read More"
– Kishore

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