Consular Process

Family members of US citizens, Lawful Permanent Residents, fiancees, employees of companies and other type of immigrants and non-immigrants who need to do consular processing may require the assistance of our firm in filing and/or completing the consular process. We are here to assist you and guide you through that process and completing it successfully.

Note that often times U.S. consulates abroad may find an applicant for admission into the U.S. ineligible unless a waiver is filed. In those instances, a consular officer will determine the type of waiver that may be required for the applicant to enter the U.S. and the reasons for it. The expertise of a knowledgeable attorney can make the difference in getting such waiver approved. Prior immigration or criminal history in the U.S. usually prompts the consulate's request for a waiver. Be sure to inform the attorney of any and all of your prior history in order to allow for a complete analysis of your case would best address the issues brought up by the consulate.