Warren Law Firm helps families stay together and individuals obtain visas. For over 20 years, Warren Law Firm has been successfully working with people around the world so they can legally and happily live in the United States.
We can help you to obtain the right visa for your needs and circumstances, including:
Angela Warren and her team are experts at student visas, like F-1, M-1 and J-1 visas, for those who qualify.
A San Francisco immigration attorney like Angela Warren can be a great advantage for people who want to live and attend school in San Francisco using a student visa. Find out more about student visas, requirements and how to apply.
Warren Law Firm can provide fiancé and spouse visas, as well as green cards, for US citizen petitioners who want to legally bring their foreign fiance(e) or spouse to the United States.
If you are an American citizen, you have several ways to bring your foreign fiancee or spouse (husband or wife) to the United States to live. Find out more about marriage, spouse and fiancee visas, requirements and how to apply.
Angela Warren works with families from around the world to find the right visa solution for their needs, such as Immediate Relative and Family Preference visas. We are proud to help keep families together.
Our track record of success includes obtaining family visas for all types of people under differing circumstances. Find out more about family visas, requirements and how to apply.
The B-1 visa is also called a “Visitor for Business” visa and is available to those who are involved in commercial or professional business activities in the United States. The B-2 visa is also called a “Visitor for Pleasure” (ie Tourist) visa. Any person can apply for a B-2 visa without a U.S. sponsor. Find out more about visitor visas, requirements and how to apply.
Available for Women, Men, Children and Parents. This visa allows a battered spouse or psychologically abused, child or parent to file an immigrant visa petition under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). VAWA allows certain spouses, children, step-children and parents of U.S. citizens and permanent residents (green card holders) to file a petition for themselves without the abuser’s knowledge to seek safety and independence from the abuser. Find out more about VAWA visas, requirements and how to apply.
Asylum Visa, Religious Visa, Criminal Immigration Issues requiring defense strategies as well as Other Individual Visas
There are many other types of individual visas and green cards available, such as: asylum visas, religious visas, criminal immigration defense strategies and more. Find out more about other individual visas, defense to deportation strategies, and other requirements and how to get started.
Not sure what the best visa option is for you? We can help. To start the process of obtaining a family visa or individual green card, contact Warren Law Firm to schedule a consultation.
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Family, Fiancé and Spouse Visas With Help From a San Francisco Immigration Attorney
The first step in many family-based immigration cases is obtaining a visa. There are different types of visas available, depending on your relationship to the person sponsoring you for immigration.
Each of these family visas has its own requirements, depending on your circumstance. Generally, people who want these visas must have a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident sponsor them. The sponsor must also prove that they can financially provide for the person coming to the U.S. and meet other criteria.
If you are engaged to be married to a U.S. citizen, you may be eligible for a K-1 fiancé visa. After you enter the United States on this visa, you must marry your sponsor within 90 days. After you marry, you can then apply for a green card to become a lawful permanent resident.
If you are already married to a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, you may be eligible for a spouse visa. There are two types of spouse visas: a CR1 visa is for people who have been married for fewer than two years, while an IR1 visa is for people who have been married for more than two years.
Immediate Relative Visas
An immediate relative visa does not have any annual limits and allows you to apply for a green card as soon as you enter the United States. You may be eligible for an immediate relative visa if you are the spouse of a U.S. citizen, the child of a U.S. citizen (under 21 years old and unmarried) or the parent of a U.S. citizen (if the citizen is 21 years or older).
Family Preference Visas
Family preference visas are subject to annual limits and have longer wait times before you can apply for a green card. You may be eligible for a preference visa if you are the spouse of a lawful permanent resident, the child of a lawful permanent resident, the unmarried child of a U.S. citizen (21 years or older), the married child of a U.S. citizen, the sibling of a U.S. citizen (21 years or older) or the parent of a U.S. citizen (if the citizen is over the age of 21).
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