We know how important it is to keep your family together. As immigration law practitioners, we understand how confusing the process can be. Any time apart from your loved ones is too long. At McEntee Law Group, we have helped hundreds of immigrants bring their loved ones to the U.S. Here’s how we can help you and your family.
Marriage and Family-Based Green Cards
Our experienced immigration lawyers regularly prepare and file family-based visa and green card applications. They can help you assess your circumstances and advise you on the best strategy to bring your family together.
K-1: Fiancé Visa
If a couple is engaged and legally free to marry, the U.S. citizen spouse may apply for a K-1 visa. This allows the foreign national fiancée to enter the U.S. to marry their U.S. citizen fiancée within 90 days of entry.
A Guide to Walk You Through
Our attorneys will walk you through each step of the process, and our new Client Portal will never leave you in the dark about your case progress.
I-130: Petition for a Relative
Qualifying U.S. citizens may apply to sponsor their foreign national spouse, a parent, sibling, or a child with the I-130 visa.
At McEntee Law, we have the unique perspective of seeing the process from your eyes- because we’ve been there. Our firm was founded by immigrants, and several of our staff either are ones themselves or who have parents who are. We care deeply about you and your case, knowing firsthand how daunting it can be.
“My husband and I wanted to complete my U.S nationalization. After going through the fiancee visa and green card process, we wanted to make sure we filed our case correctly. We choose McEntee Law Group upon a friend’s recommendation, and we are so grateful we did. From the beginning, they were professional and well versed in the nationalization process.”
“Going through the K1 visa to Green Card process is a massive undertaking – it took us just over 2 years and the McEntee Law Group were alongside us every step of the way. We were so grateful to have their counsel and guidance throughout that journey, they added a much needed human touch to a drawn out stressful process.”