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Family-Based Immigration

The family immigration lawyers at Kenneth Ubong Udoibok, P.A. in Minneapolis help individuals and families around the country find the right family-based visa to bring families together and put them on the path to citizenship. Attorneys at Kenneth Ubong Udoibok, P.A. have the knowledge, skills and determination to make sure your visa application is properly prepared and filed in a timely fashion. Perhaps no aspect of immigration of law is more satisfying than helping to establish or reunite families, and Kenneth Ubong Udoibok, P.A. is with you every step of the way with expert advice and assistance.

There are many different ways to obtain lawful permanent residency through a family-based immigrant visa. An individual in the U.S. can bring over a spouse and unmarried children by filing a Petition for Alien Relative, although the length of the process is typically longer when the sponsoring family member is a lawful permanent resident as opposed to a U.S. citizen. We also help U.S. citizens bring over their parents, adult children and siblings and help the new arrivals obtain their green cards through adjustment of status or consular processing.

Our comprehensive immigration law practice covers all aspects of family-based immigration matters, including:

  • Family Green Cards
  • Fiancé(e) Visas
  • Citizenship & Naturalization
  • Violence Against Women (VAWA)
  • Waivers of Inadmissibility

Additionally, we help noncitizens who have been the victim of domestic violence to obtain lawful permanent residence under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) or to obtain legal status through a U-visa. With our assistance, battered women can “self-petition” without the knowledge of the abusive spouse and find a safe home in the U.S. Our family immigration lawyers also look out for the interests of minor children who “age out” before their application is processed by invoking the complex procedures of the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) where appropriate.

For DREAMers, we have dedicated substantial amount of time to providing advice and representation through the process for deferred action. Many aspects of family-based immigration law are incredibly complex and complicated, and wait times for certain family members can be heartbreaking. Trust your family immigration matter to us. Let us apply our 20 years of experience bringing families together through the immigration process for you.

Call us at at 612-808-6031 or reach out via our online contact form for assistance.