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Seeking family visas for spouses, fiancees

Washington, D.C. is a place with international appeal. Often, people will travel from all over the world to visit or work here. Additionally, those living in the area may choose to explore the world, resulting in a romantic relationship with someone who is not a citizen of this country. The desire for a couple who is engaged or married is to be together, often meaning they need to seek family visas.

A person may choose to seek a family visa for a sibling or parent. However, petitions for the husband or spouse of a U.S. citizen are often more successful and succeed more quickly than other forms of immigration petitions for family members. Unfortunately, making a mistake when filing for a Green Card for a spouse or K-1 visa for a fiance can have significant implications on the success of the request.

Many people assume that obtaining lawful permanent residence for a spouse is an easy path. However, it is not always a smooth process. In recent years, spouses of U.S. citizens have been detained and deported. There can also be further complications with family visas for people who have overstayed or violated previous nonimmigrant visas.

Fortunately, the law firm of Chong Immigration Law, PLLC can help. With our experience and training, we can help you regardless of the situation -- whether you have met your significant other while traveling out of the country or your partner is already here. If you are seeking to obtain a visa, having legal counsel from the early stages can help prevent future issues.

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