Immigration Attorney in San Francisco, California
Spousal and Fiancé Visas
If you are a foreign national married to planning to marry a United States citizen, you qualify for legal permanent resident status based on that marriage. Attorney Rosy H. Cho has helped hundreds of men and women obtain residency and "green cards" through marriage. We have assisted United States citizens successfully file and obtain approvals of fiancé petitions (K-1) and bring their loved ones to the United States.
The process of obtaining legal residency can be fraught with problems, and it is important that you have a trusted advocate who can guide you through the long process to a successful outcome with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or with the United States consulate abroad. The Law Office of Rosy H. Cho can help you obtain waivers for unlawful presence, criminal convictions and fraud or misrepresentation.
The Law Office of Rosy H. Cho knows how difficult it can be for families to live apart across long distances and oceans, and we place a special emphasis on trying to reunite family members. A United States citizen or lawful permanent resident may be able to sponsor his or her husband or wife, parents, children or siblings for legal residency. While the process can be long, the Law Office of Rosy H. Cho will help to ensure that the process goes smoothly and without error.
Contact our office online or call us at 415-274-9920 to schedule a confidential consultation.
Knowledgeable Guidance Throughout the Visa Process
If you are a U.S. citizen, we can help you apply for:
- A K-1 visa for a fiancé or fiancée
- A visa for your parents, if you are at least 21 years old
- A visa for any of your married or unmarried children who are at least 21 years old
- A visa for any married children you have who are under the age of 21 (including stepchildren)
- A visa for your siblings, provided you are at least 21 years old
All marriage and family visas require completion of a visa petition (Form I-130), and we will work closely with you to ensure that you comply with all the requirements of the USCIS. Depending on your particular situation, we will also submit all necessary forms and waivers to address situations such as:
- Prior criminal convictions
- Fraud or misrepresentation
- Missing documentation
- Bona fide marriages of short duration
If the beneficiary of the marriage or family visa resides outside of the United States, we can help with all the procedures related to consular processing of the visa application. In most instances, the immigration interview will take place at the embassy or consulate in the beneficiary's home country.
Waivers of Inadmissibility
While some past actions can make you permanently inadmissible, we can advise you on whether a waiver of inadmissibility is possible in your situation. We have extensive experience handling all issues related to waivers of inadmissibility and can help you, whether your visa application is being processed in the United States or abroad.
Discuss Your Marriage or Family Visa With a Skilled Immigration Lawyer
To schedule a consultation to discuss your marriage and family visa concerns, contact us or call us at 415-274-9920. We are located in downtown San Francisco, just blocks away from Immigration Court and the Citizenship and Immigration Services building. For your convenience, we accept Visa and MasterCard. Se Habla Español.
Experience. Reputation. Commitment.
Law Office of Rosy H. Cho
405 Sansome Street, Suite 400
San Francisco, CA 94111-3111
Telephone: 415-274-9920 | Fax: 415-781-6683
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At the Law Office of Rosy H. Cho, in San Francisco, we represent clients throughout the Bay Area and the surrounding communities, including Oakland, Richmond, Berkeley, Daly City, Hayward, Fremont, Santa Rosa, San Rafael, Walnut Creek, Vallejo, San Jose, Milpitas, Palo Alto, Modesto, Stockton and Fresno; and in San Francisco County, Contra Costa County, San Mateo County, Santa Clara County, Marin County, Alameda County, Napa County, Sacramento County, Stanislaus County and San Joaquin County.
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