Helping You Bring Your Family To The U.S.

Family reunification has long been a priority in U.S. immigration laws. Closer family relationships receive higher priority as the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issues visas to people from other countries. Spouses, minor children and parents of U.S. citizens readily receive visas in many cases. Other family relationships — including adult children of U.S. citizens, relatives of lawful permanent residents, and brothers and sisters of U.S. citizens — have lower priority, but in many cases they, too, can obtain immigrant visas.

Immediate Family Immigrant Visas And Family Preference Immigrant Visas

A family-based immigrant visa can become a pathway to a green card and eventually, citizenship. At Moreno & Villarrubia LLP, we can discuss your immigration goals, options and opportunities. Our lawyers are prepared to help you pursue the family visa most appropriate to your circumstances: IR-1, IR-2, IR-3, IR-4, IR-5, F-1, F-2, F-3 or F-4.

If you hope to bring your foreign fiancé(e), husband or wife to the United States, we are prepared to advise you accurately and in detail on points, including:

  • How to prove a bona fide marriage to the satisfaction of USCIS
  • How to respond to standardized checklists and questionnaires most effectively
  • How to send the types of evidence and documentation that USCIS is looking for before issuing a fiancé(e) or spousal visa
  • Consequences of fraud in spousal visa or fiancé(e) visa applications

Our office is located in Indianapolis, but we assist clients throughout Indiana.

Knowledgeable And Dedicated Lawyers

Our attorneys are knowledgeable, dedicated and passionate. Some have had personal experiences within their own families that strengthen their motivation to help other families reunite through immigration. They have given many seminars and have been recognized by peers in the legal profession for their accomplishments in the area of family-based immigration and other types of immigration services.

Contact us by email or by calling 317-822-9900 to schedule a consultation. We accept credit cards and offer after-hour appointments as necessary. We accommodate clients who speak many languages. Se habla español. Nihongo o hanashimasu.