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LGBTQ+ Marriage & Fiancé(e) Immigration

LGBTQ+ Marriage & Fiancé(e) Immigration

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LGBTQ+ Marriage & Fiancé(e) Immigration

Since 2014, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans immigrants enjoy the same rights as opposite-gender couples! LGBT couples are able to petition for their spouse to become legal as well as their children.

LGBTQ individuals are protected from discrimination in the process of applying for their green cards. If you need assistance with the immigration process, whether you are just seeking answers, have questions regarding the process, or are facing issues with a petition or application already in progress, it is a good idea to consult a lawyer.

Applicants often face significant delays before their applications are considered. To avoid any delays and mistakes that can cause an application to be rejected and the immigrant petitioner to be at risk of deportation, applicants choose to work with an experienced immigration lawyer who understands the unique issues that may arise during the processing of LGBTQ applications.

Spouses of U.S. citizens and residents are eligible to apply for a visa based on their family connection, so now same-sex spouses have equal opportunity to apply for an immigrant visa.

If you cannot show a connection because you are not in a jurisdiction that recognizes same-sex marriage, then a U.S. citizen may apply for a temporary fiancé(e) visa to bring a partner to the U.S. so they can be legally married.

Immigration law can be quite complex, and mistakes can risk opportunities to do it once and do it right! For help protecting your rights and your future, call us for a consultation to learn how legal representation can make a difference in your case.