Solutions for Family & Individuals

Green Card Through Family

Sponsorship for spouses, children, parents, siblings and their family members.

Fiancé Visas

U.S. Citizens may sponsor their fiancé living abroad and then apply for permanent residence after marriage within 90 days.

VAWA Green Cards

Self-sponsor options for spouses, parents or children of U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents who are victims of battery or extreme cruelty.

U Visas

Immigration relief for victims of certain crimes.


Deferred Action for certain persons who came to the U.S. as children and are unlawfully present.

Writ of Mandamus

Court order issued by a judge to compel a decision by a government agency.

B Visas

Temporary visas for business or tourism.


Temporary status issued to nationals of specific designated countries.

I-601A Provisional Waivers

The 601A Provisional Waiver of Unlawful Presence is a process that allows certain individuals who entered the United States without documents or overstayed their visa by more than six months or one year to seek a waiver of unlawful presence.


The USCIS provides various waivers for specific grounds of inadmissibility, such as criminal convictions, immigration fraud, health-related issues, unlawful presence, and other circumstances. These waivers allow individuals to overcome the barriers posed by these inadmissibility factors and proceed with their immigration applications.

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