Family-Based Immigration

Families should be together. Family-based immigration is a way of ensuring that they can be. Krispin Law represents immigrants who are present in the United States in adjusting their status as well as those who are outside the country and wish to immigrate here.

We consider it an honor to work with our clients and their families, and to guide them through the often-complex U.S. immigration system. We candidly advise and diligently advocate for our clients at every step of the immigration process.

Petitioning for a Family Member

U.S. citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents (LPR, or Green Card holders) may petition on behalf of family members both inside the United States and outside the country.

U.S. citizens may petition on behalf of the following:

  • Spouse
  • Children of all ages, married or unmarried, and stepchildren in some cases
  • Parents and, in some cases, stepparents
  • Siblings
  • Fiancé(e) and fiancé(e)’s unmarried children under the age of 21

Green Card holders may petition on behalf of the following:

  • Spouse
  • Unmarried children of all ages
  • Stepchildren in some cases

Whatever your situation, Krispin Law will answer your questions, explain your options, complete and file the necessary paperwork, and advocate for you and your family throughout the immigration process.

After an immigrant has been a lawful permanent resident for a certain number of years and complies with all legal requirements, he or she can apply for U.S. citizenship. We are always delighted to represent our clients through this final step in their immigration process.

Experienced Advice and Effective Representation for Family-Based Immigration

At Krispin Law, we understand the importance of family-based immigration not only on a professional level, but a personal one. Attorney Hannah Krispin immigrated to the United States and has been through the same process many of her clients must undergo.

For years, attorney Hannah Krispin has been representing individuals from all over the world in their U.S. immigration matters. She established Krispin Law in order to provide immigrants and their families with the attention, advice, and advocacy they need to navigate the U.S. immigration system.

To learn more about how our law firm can represent you and your family in your immigration needs, we invite you to contact Krispin Law to schedule a consultation. We offer both in-person and virtual consultations for your convenience.