Adjustment of Status and Consular Processing
If you have been living in the United States as a non-immigrant, you may be ready to apply for permanent residency. If you are a resident or citizen, you may want to obtain residence for a relative abroad. The Law Offices of Marie B. Higuera works with individuals and families throughout King County, the Puget Sound area and the world to obtain residence through family-based adjustment of status or an immigrant visa via consular processing. We provide services to traditional as well as same-sex couples and families.
Are you looking for family based immigration assistance? Contact an attorney or call 206-607-6175 to schedule an appointment.
Components of Adjustment of Status
Our attorneys represent parents, spouses, children and siblings in immigration matters:
- •Petitions for alien relative(Forms I-130)
- •Applications for adjustment of status (Forms I-485)
- •Preparation of affidavit of support (Form I-864)
- •Representation at the residence interview
- •Waiver applications where necessary (Form I-212, Form I-601, or Form I-192)
Consular ProcessingOur attorneys can also represent you and your family members with consular processing for an immigrant visa, the process by which individuals outside of United States obtain legal permanent residence. We also provide assistance with fiancé and K-3 visas. We provide services to traditional as well as same-sex couples and families.
Complex Adjustment and Consular Processing Cases
If a waiver of inadmissibility is required for your adjustment of status or consular processing, the Law Offices of Marie B. Higuera can work with you.