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

My visa application is in administrative processing, what should I expect?
My visa application is in administrative processing, what should I expect?
After a visa interview, there are two potential outcomes, the consular officer will either issue or refuse the visa. In some instances, the consular officer may request additional information to determine the applicant’s eligibility for a visa. In such cases, further administrative processing is required.   Administrative processing times vary based on individual circumstances. Learn what it means to be placed in “Administrative Processing” and the steps that can be taken to move the case forward.
NVC UPDATE – National Visa Center (NVC) Suspends Public Inquiry Telephone Line
NVC UPDATE – National Visa Center (NVC) Suspends Public Inquiry Telephone Line
Effective May 23, 2022, the National Visa Center (NVC) has permanently suspended the public inquiry telephone line. You are no longer able to call the NVC to inquire about your pending applications. Find out how the suspension of the NVC telephone line impacts your ability to contact the NVC.
What happens after I file Form I-485 Adjustment of Status?
What happens after I file Form I-485 Adjustment of Status?
If you are lawfully in the United States, you may qualify to file USCIS Form I-485 for adjustment of status. After you file USCIS Form I-485 for Adjustment of Status, there are several things to keep in mind while you wait for your final interview. It is important to keep copies of any submissions and I-797 notices for your records and to respond in a timely manner to any USCIS requests. We review the adjustment of the status process and what to expect below.
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