The immigration lawyers at Richards and Jurusik Immigration Law have more than 20 years of combined experience in US immigration for family members of US citizens and US permanent residents (green card holders).

Although we can assist with most US immigration law matters, we have specific experience with:

  • Green cards for spouses, parents, children, and siblings of US citizens
  • K-1 Visas for fiancé(e)s
  • Green cards for spouses and children of US permanent residents (green card holders)

Green Cards for Spouses

If you are a foreign national married to a US citizen, they can petition on your behalf for a green card and permanent residence.

Green Cards for Family

If you are a foreign national and a qualifying family member of a US citizen or permanent resident, they can petition on your behalf for permanent residence.

K-1 Visas for Fiancés or Fiancées

If you are a foreign national engaged to a US citizen, your fiancé or fiancée can petition on your behalf to obtain a K-1 Visa to enter the US for the purpose of marriage.

Our Resources for Family-based Immigration

How do I prepare for my immigrant visa medical exam?
How do I prepare for my immigrant visa medical exam?
Once the National Visa Center (NVC) reviews your documents and your case is documentarily qualified, your immigration visa case is then forwarded to your local US Consulate or US Embassy for your immigrant visa interview. Prior to your immigrant visa interview, a medical exam must be completed with an embassy-approved doctor, also referred to as the Panel Physician. Exams conducted by other physicians will not be accepted. We explain how to prepare for your immigrant visa medical exam below.
How does social media impact the visa process?
How does social media impact the visa process?
As part of the visa process, both the DS-160 and the DS-260 contain questions regarding social media accounts and social media identifiers. Questions regarding social media accounts have been put into place as added background and security measures for foreign nationals coming to work and live in the United States. We discuss how social media impacts the visa process below.
How do I bring my household belongings to the USA?
How do I bring my household belongings to the USA?
After you have been approved for an immigrant or non-immigrant visa allowing you to work and live in the United States, you might have household belongings you wish to bring with you. Prior to moving any belongings to the United States, there are procedures you need to be aware of before moving your belongings. Find out about the process of bringing your belongings to the United States here.
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