Hawaii Attorney Guides Clients Through the Family-Based Immigration Process
Dedicated lawyer in the Honolulu area assists people looking to help loved ones immigrate
As an immigration attorney at Law Office of Richard M. Sakoda, I can explain the procedures and requirements that are involved with different forms of family-based immigration. In most cases, my clients are U.S. citizens or permanent residents who wish to obtain U.S. entry or permanent residence for a relative: parent, spouse, fiancé or fiancée, son or daughter, brother or sister. I can help you understand what to expect and what needs to be done. My firm serves family, individual and business clients nationwide and around the world. My versatility and breadth of experience in U.S. immigration law offers a significant benefit for clients.
Skilled advocate provides counsel for visa and status issues
Much of my work for family clients involves achieving entry, maintenance of status, adjustment of status, change of status, and finding the fastest and most effective ways to meet immediate or ongoing immigration objectives. Sometimes the fastest way will require additional work later on, as when a noncitizen spouse enters the United States on a nonimmigrant K-3 visa. I give my clients clear explanations of all their options, so that the eventual choice is based on sound advice and clear judgment.
Accomplished attorney handles a range of family-based immigration matters
I am committed to helping U.S. citizens and permanent residents bring family members to this country. Examples of the kinds of family immigration situations I handle include:
- Permanent residence (green card) for immediate relatives
- Entry and permanent residence for noncitizen spouses
- Preference categories for family-based immigration visas
- Nonimmigrant K-3 visas
- Fiancé or fiancée visas
- Adjustment of status
- Consular processing
- Family-based waivers of inadmissibility
- Naturalization and citizenship
- Removal defense
I explain each process carefully, so that you know just what to expect: length of time, priority dates, evidence and documentation requirements, visa bulletins, interview process, and the affidavits of support that must be completed for the noncitizen relative.
You can rely on me to provide straightforward and timely answers to your questions while giving you the information you need to make informed choices about your family.
Contact a Hawaii family-based immigration law firm today
If you wish to bring a family member to live in the United States, Law Office of Richard M. Sakoda can offer the advice and counsel you need. To schedule a consultation at my Honolulu office, call 808-224-1239 or contact me online.