The United States immigration system is unforgiving. Make one mistake and you may not qualify for a visa or your wait may increase. When you have questions, you need a lawyer with an attention for detail who understands current immigration issues and can explain how the law affects you.
The Aquino Law Group handles immigration matters for clients in Las Vegas and across Nevada and California. Aaron Aquino closely monitors immigration reform and can tell you how it may apply in your case. He can explain how the process will work and ensure your application is complete.
The immigration process often requires patience. You want to make sure your application is correct the first time. To do this, you need to know the requirements to qualify for appropriate relief. Aaron Aquino understands immigration law and can explain how the process works. He can help you reunite with a loved one or obtain status as quickly as possible.
Aquino Law Group Ltd. handles the following types of matters:
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Family visas are generally split into two categories. The first is unlimited, but applies only to immediate relatives - for example, a spouse, unmarried child under age 18 or the parent of a U.S. citizen over the age of 21. The second visa category is limited and depends on family preference.
Immigration based on marriage is a little bit different, but also unlimited. When marrying a non-U.S. citizen, timing and adjustment of status issues often come into play. A fiancé(e) visa for instance, requires marriage within 90 days of arrival in the United States. If your fiancé(e) were currently on a student visa, he or she would likely need to apply for an adjustment of status as well as an I-130 petition based on the marriage.
At the Aquino Law Group, Aaron Aquino helps clients in Southern California and throughout Nevada. He can explain available immigration options. It is important to file as soon as possible - call today to schedule an appointment.
If you were unlawfully present or charged with a crime, we can also discuss whether you will need an immigration waiver called a waiver of inadmissibility.
Because of the limited number of visas, family preference determines how long your relative must wait before getting a visa. How is family preference determined? Here are the four general categories:
The date a petition is filed becomes the priority date. A Visa Bulletin shows priority dates the agency is processing based on county. It is best to file as soon as possible. We can help you get your relative in line.
I stay up-to-date on changes to U.S. immigration laws and can help you determine if you qualify.
Contact the Aquino Law Group, we are easy to find in the Chinatown neighborhood of Las Vegas. We have staff members who speak several languages, including Tagalog, Spanish, Korean, Mandarin and Cantonese.