Green Cards

Green Cards Through Family Green Cards

For many immigrants and their families, the end goal of coming to the United States is to become a citizen. Anyone who wishes to pursue the path to citizenship, however, must first go through the important step of obtaining permanent residency (green card).

This can be a long, confusing and frustrating process. With an experienced lawyer to guide you and your family, it doesn't have to be. O'Neil & Hauser P.C. is a Boston, Massachusetts-based immigration law firm representing clients and families across New England. Our attorneys practice nothing but immigration and naturalization law, meaning they have spent years learning the complexity of the law — and how to help guide you and your family through it.

Our firm offers translation services in multiple languages and can begin working on your case the moment you call our office at 617-426-8100.

How We Can Help You Or A Loved One Obtain Permanent Residency

The immigration system allows both U.S. citizens and current green card holders to bring certain family members to the United States and obtain permanent residency.

For U.S. citizens, we can help obtain permanent residency for the following relatives:

  • Spouses
  • Parents
  • Unmarried children 21 and younger

Other relatives may also be able to obtain a green card through a "family preference category." This is available to:

  • Unmarried children 21 and older, including adopted children and stepchildren
  • Married children, regardless of age
  • Siblings (half and step)

For current green card holders, we can help obtain permanent residency for the following relatives:

  • Spouses
  • Unmarried children, regardless of age

All green card applications require careful planning and completion of required forms, as well as supporting documentation. We assist in all aspects of these applications to help our clients obtain their green cards as quickly as possible.

There are other ways to obtain permanent residency, including through refugee or asylum status. We may be able to help you if you fear violence or persecution in your home country.

You Don't Have To Navigate The System Alone

To learn more about how our attorneys can help your loved one obtain a family-based green card, call our firm at 617-426-8100 or send an email.

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