Family Immigration

Family Visas

The Path to U.S. Residency

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At Dhanani Law Firm, we fully understand the significance of immigration when it comes to helping you or someone you love gain legal residency in the U.S. We know the process can be tedious and, at times, overwhelming.

We’re here to help. Dhanani Law Firm is experienced in resolving the many challenges related to immigration. We’re aware of the potential pitfalls, and we’ve developed strategies for overcoming obstacles.

For more than a decade, weve been helping families like yours attain lawful permanent residence so they could live and work in the U.S. We provide personalized attention and expert advice based on solid experience.

Dhanani Law Firm is based in Atlanta. However, because U.S. immigration law is based on federal law rather than state law, were able to assist you and your family members no matter where you reside in the United States.

Our rates are affordable and most services are quoted up front with a flat fee price. Heres a brief overview of the most-requested visas we can handle for you:

Adjustment of Status

If your spouse is already in the United States, we can help you file an application to adjust their status from a nonimmigrant to a lawful permanent resident. The process includes filing an application with USCIS and proving your relationship is bona fide (real).

In most cases, your spouse will be able to receive work authorization from USCIS within a few months. Depending on your spouses status, he or she may also qualify for an advance parole document to allow travel outside the U.S. while the adjustment of status application is pending.

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Consular Processing

If your spouse is currently living outside of the United States you may need us to file your application for Consular Processing at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate overseas. This process may take more time than the Adjustment of Status and involves interaction with two different agencies.

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Fiancè/Fiancèe Visa

This visa is generally a two-step process. First, we file an application with USCIS on behalf of your fiance (or fianc). Once this application is approved, we proceed to filling out additional applications with the National Visa Center and Embassy or Consulate with jurisdiction over his or her

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K-3 Visa

The K-3 visa was initially created to allow your spouse to live in the United States while your immigrant petition was being processed at USCIS. However, depending on your circumstances, we may recommend you file for Consular Processing which can be a quicker process.

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Contact Dhanani Law Firm Today

At Dhanani Law Firm, we understand the hopes, fears and frustrations you and your family experience when seeking a visa to the U.S. Many of our own friends and relatives are themselves foreign born and have gone through the immigration process. As a result, we are sensitive to the needs of those seeking an opportunity to work and prosper in the U.S.A.

Call (404) 593-0434 to schedule a consultation with immigration attorney Rahim Dhanani. We are here to help you with your immigration visa needs.

Disclaimer : This website is for informational purposes only. Nothing on this site should be construed as legal advice or as creating an attorney-client relationship.