There may come a point when you realize that you want to move family members to the United States from another part of the world.
While this sounds easy enough, there are many questions you need to ask and answer in order to make sure you stay within the legal limits of the law.
Here are some frequently asked questions to address as you get started with the process:
- What is the most common way for a person to enter the United States?
- Is there a waiting list in place that could delay my family members entrance to the country?
- Is it true that a person moving to the United States must also retain employment in the country?
- What are the most common challenges associated with moving family members to the United States?
- What type of information is necessary in order to expedite the process and avoid mistakes?
These are not the only types of questions to answer if you want to move a family member to the United States, but they definitely require your attention.
At our law firm, we know that many people want to reunite with their family in the United States. We also know that this is easier said than done, thanks in large part to an immigration system that can be difficult to understand.
If you’re interested in moving your family members to the United States, take the time to learn more about the legal process and what you can do to help. From there, you’ll feel better about taking action in the immediate future.