Coming to the US can be a dream come true for many around the world, especially those looking to seek refuge in the state of Florida.
Southern Florida is a diverse melting pot, with people from all different nationalities living amongst one another in relative harmony. And without years of legal and successful immigration practices, Florida would not have the rich, cultural landscape it does.
No matter what your immigration needs might be, Steven Veinger, Esq. can help your dreams come true! From reuniting with lost family, and sponsoring relatives from your home nation, to petitioning for a Visa, residency or citizenship – Mr. Veinger has helped countless clients to realize their American dream! To better understand some of the most important (and most common) immigration practices, here is some important information to know.
Sponsoring Your Loved Ones
For many, arriving in America is a dream come true. But once they are here, and have established ties to the community and laid their foundation, it is important to bring back their family and loved ones to enjoy the fruits of their hard work. However, the US government sets certain specific provisions on those Visa holders looking to bring back their relatives and dependents, with a variety of additional Visa requirements.
Once an individual has become a US citizen, they may file a petition to sponsor certain individuals, including:
- Their spouse (husband or wife) or children under the age of 21.
- A parent, if the citizen is at least 21 years or older.
- An unmarried son or daughter, 21 years or older.
- Married child (son or daughter) and their spouse & children.
- A sibling (brother or sister) and their child & spouse, if the citizen is at least 21 years or older.
If you are not a citizen, but a legal permanent resident, you can sponsor individuals, including:
- Spouse (husband or wife) & children under 21 years of age.
- Unmarried child 21 years or older.
Visas for Immediate Relatives
Once you have sponsored these relatives, the petition must first be approved or denied. The visa process is a long, drawn out process that can take anywhere from a few months to many years! Immigration attorney, Steven Veinger, Esq. has helped countless in the South Florida Area and beyond, successfully sponsor and obtain loved ones Visas, allowing them to live and further their American dream as well.
Get the Immigration Help You Need Today!
For help with beginning the process of sponsoring your family and loved ones, contact the Law Offices of Steven Veinger today at
(305) 682-0401. With his help you can be sure that you and your loved ones will be in the best hands and have an immigration attorney who will work day and night to help with your Visa issues.