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Immigrate your partner

If you are interested in immigrating your partner to the United States and obtaining their permanent residence, we give you 3 options so that you can start the process:


Adjustment of Status. If you are a US Citizen or Permanent Resident and your partner entered the United States legally (by means of a permit, a visa, has a petition approved before April 2001, etc.), then you can start immigration proceedings for your partner. These procedures will be carried out within the United States.


Consular process. If you are a US Citizen or Permanent Resident and your partner is outside the United States or entered the United States without inspection while crossing the border, then you can start immigration proceedings for your partner. For people who entered without inspection while crossing, their partner would have to leave the United States and go for an interview at a US embassy inside their partner's country of birth.


K Visa: This is the visa for couples who are already engaged but one of them is living outside of the United States. These are some of the requirements: 1. The petitioner must be a United States Citizen; 2. The couple intends to marry within 90 days after the person living outside the United States enters the country; 3. Both are free of any impediment to marry (for example, they must be divorced in case they had a previous marriage); 4. The couples have seen each other at least once within the last two years. There are two exceptions to this rule: 1. Whether the cultural custom of the couple outside the United States would be violated if they saw each other; 2. If seeing yourself is an extreme difficulty.


If you want to make an appointment, dial our phones:

US: (619) 662-2170 or MX: (664) 622-5442

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