Citizenship Though Parents in Virginia: Immigration

Virginia Immigration Attorney for Citizenship: Seeking Citizenship Through Parents

Obtaining U.S. citizenship through your parents is one of the surest methods of immigrating to the United States. However, there are several different situations which can be present that make the process difficult and confusing. There are various requirements and forms of proof of the parental relationship that must be submitted to the immigration authorities. If both parents were U.S. citizens at the time of birth, or if the parents were married at the time of birth and at least one parent lived in the U.S. or its territories prior to the birth, the process of obtaining a permanent residence status or citizenship is relatively straightforward. However, when a child is born outside of the U.S. to U.S. citizen parents or parent, the process can be more complicated, with more extensive requirements in the evidence submitted and other requirements to meet.

Professional immigration Filings

At the law offices of Fayad Law, P.C., we are fully experienced and very competent in preparing the filings of children born to one or two U.S. citizen parents. We have helped countless individuals obtain their U.S. citizenship with ease and without delay. The key to avoiding delays and obtaining citizenship through USCIS is often in the form of which petitions are prepared and filed. The detailed explanations of attachments and proper packaging of the petition and its attachments can be the difference between long delays, requests for further information and evidence, and a quick approval.

We are always available to receive your call and schedule an appointment that is at a time convenient for you, and will fit your busy schedule. If you are outside of the U.S., a telephone consultation can be arranged. Let us use our years of experience and dedication to those seeking citizenship in the U.S. to help you quickly and surely obtain U.S. citizenship without the frustration and delays that commonly occur for most self-filing aliens. Contact us today.

If you have begun the process or are just considering filing for U.S. citizenship through your parents' citizenship, call our offices today for a free initial consultation.