IMIN LAW Employment & Family Based Immigration
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If you are a United States Citizen or a Lawful Permanent Resident, you may be eligible to petition your family members for immigrant status.
You can obtain immigrant status through employment if you qualify under any of the five following preference categories:
Due to the high interest in the third preference category, our website provides more detailed information. Please refer to our 3rd Preference Employment Based section.
It is the goal of many immigrants to become U.S. Citizens. If you were not born a United States Citizen, you may become a United States Citizen through a process called Naturalization.
To be eligible for Naturalization, the general criteria include as follows:
If you have any prior arrests or any other questions/issues with respect to any of the above requirements, it is very important to consult with an attorney regarding your potential application for naturalization. Our office can assist and represent you in filing your application and during your interview process.