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Consular Processing

Two classes of visas are processed by U.S. Consulates abroad: immigrant and non-immigrant.

Permanent Residence – Immigrant Visas

To qualify for permanent residence, an applicant must have or be one of the following:

  • A spouse or minor child of a U.S. citizen;
  • A parent, adult child or sibling of an adult U.S. citizen;
  • A spouse or minor child of a legal permanent resident;
  • An employee that a U.S. employer has received approval from the
  • Department of Labor to hire;
  • A person of extraordinary or exceptional ability;
  • A refugee or asylee fleeing persecution; or
  • An approved application in the visa lottery.

A personal interview for permanent residence is normally required before a U.S. Consul who will examine eligibility as well as confirming that the applicant is not inadmissible for an aggravated felony, a prior order of deportation, for public health reasons, or for suspected terrorism.

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Orlando Immigration Attorneys

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At Quintero Fortich Legal, we understand how difficult it is to migrate to a new country. As immigrant attorneys, we went through the immigration process ourselves. We understand the importance of obtaining legal status for you and your family. We have successfully helped our clients to obtain legal status and remain legally in the U.S.
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