Orlando Family Immigration Lawyer

Orlando Family Immigration Lawyer
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Navigating immigration laws isn’t easy. You may also feel emotionally drained by the process, especially if you’re trying to secure residency for yourself and your family members. Our family immigration lawyer in Orlando understands the stress you’re under, and we’re here to advocate for you and your family. 

By working with our Orlando immigration attorney, you and your family may be able to remain in the United States. Whether you’re already living in the United States or hope to enter, Bogin, Munns & Munns can explain your legal options. 

How Our Orlando Team Can Manage Your Immigration Matter

When you bring your case to our law firm, we are proud to represent you throughout the entire immigration process. We handle all the tough legal tasks for you, including: 

  • Protecting your legal rights 
  • Supporting you in your pursuit of a visa and eventually, permanent residency 
  • Explaining which laws apply to your case 
  • Helping you fill out all the necessary forms 
  • Appealing a denied visa application, if necessary 
  • Explaining the different types of immigration visas you may qualify for 
  • Ensuring you’re aware of any deadlines that apply to your case
  • Providing defense against deportation, if necessary

Our immigration attorneys do not back down, even in the face of challenging cases. We’re committed to helping you remain in the United States. 

Types of Family Visas You May Qualify for

Our firm can help you apply for family visas such as: 

  • F-2, for spouses, minor children, and single sons and daughters over age 21 of Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs)
  • F-3, for married sons and daughters of U.S. citizens, along with their spouses and minor children
  • F-4, for brothers and sisters, spouses, and minor children of U.S. citizens 21 and older
  • K-1, for the fiancée of a U.S. citizen for the purpose of getting married 
  • K-2, for single children under age 21 of K-1 immigrant visa holders 
  • K-3, for spouses of U.S. citizens who are waiting for their immigrant visa to process
  • K-4, for unmarried children of a K-3 visa holder 
  • IR, for spouses, single children under age 21, and the parents of a U.S. citizen

To consult with an experienced family immigration lawyer serving Orlando, call 855-780-9986

What Our Clients Say After Working With Our Team Serving Orlando 

When clients choose Bogin, Munns & Munns to handle their family-based immigration case, they know they can trust us because: 

  • We’re a fabric of the communities we serve, and with our advocacy, countless people have secured citizenship in our country. 
  • We have one of the best local businesses in Central Florida, according to a poll run by the Orlando Sentinel. 

You may also consider our firm for your case because our former clients say: 

  • “This law firm in my opinion is the best law firm out here hands down!!!” – Julie 
  • “Just want to say thanks to my lawyer Abbu and all the staff from Bogin, Munns & Munns for winning my case after 2 years. The knowledge, experience and professionalism was a real ingredient to achieve success in my case. At the end I have to say that it was worth it…” – Candido 

Call today and start your path to getting an immigration visa. These matters take time, and the sooner you set your case in motion, the sooner you can achieve your goals. 

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Your Options for Family Immigration in Orlando

If you hope to remain in the United States, you’ll need to start with an immigrant visa (IV). According to the U.S. Department of State, there are two ways you can qualify for an immigrant visa. These include:

  • An immediate relative who is over the age of 21 and is a U.S. citizen sponsors you.
  • A distant family member with U.S. citizenship sponsors you.

However, just because you’re related to someone with a visa doesn’t mean you automatically gain access to the U.S. Here’s more about what you need to know about each type of family-based immigrant visa: 

Immediate Relative Sponsorship

If you have an immediate relative who is a permanent resident or Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) of the United States, they can sponsor your immigration. 

This relative must be: 

  • At least 21 years old 
  • Your child, parent, or spouse 

The number of immigrants an immediate relative can sponsor is not limited, which means the same party may sponsor your whole family. 

Family Preference Sponsorship

Distant relatives or certain LPR holders could qualify to sponsor you. However, the number of immigrants they can sponsor per fiscal year is limited. 

Whether you are sponsored by an immediate or distant relative, Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs) are only allowed to file a visa petition for their spouse or unmarried children. 

Meanwhile, U.S. citizens can petition for their children, brothers, sisters, parents, and spouses. 

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Steps in the Orlando Family Immigration Process

The first step in seeking an immigrant visa is to have your sponsor fill out a United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Form I-130. Once Form I-130 has been completed and turned in, some of your next steps involve: 

National Visa Center (NVC) Processing

Once your petition form is approved, you’re added to the NVC’s system. The NVC reviews your case to ensure you submitted all the information necessary to secure an immigrant visa interview. 

Paying Application Fees 

After the NVC welcomes you, you’ll have to pay processing fees for your immigrant visa application. There is also an Affidavit of Support fee. 

Submitting an Online Application and Any Supporting Documents Necessary 

You need to submit the Application for Immigrant Visa and Alien Registration, or Form DS-260. Simply applying does not complete your application process. You’ll also need to submit supporting documents and attend an interview. 

Your attorney can help you collect the civil documents to include in your application. The documents you’ll need to submit vary depending on the country you’re coming from. In general, you may be required to submit documents like: 

  • Adoption certificates
  • Marriage or divorce records 
  • Birth certificates 


On the date of your interview, you and any of your family members who are immigrating with you will need to be present. You’re expected to come prepared with: 

  • A valid passport
  • Photos of each applicant 
  • Proof of your DS-260 submission 
  • The interview letter you received from the NVC
  • The required civil documents 

Once you’ve finished the interview process, your immigrant visa will either be approved or denied. If your visa is approved, you may remain in the United States and set on a path toward a green card or permanent residency.

Remember, an immigrant visa denial doesn’t mean you’re out of options. Our immigration lawyers can help you get a visa and other documentation needed to remain in the U.S. 

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Adjustment of Status After Securing an Immigrant Visa

Once you have permission to stay in the U.S. via an immigrant visa, you can start applying for permanent residency or a green card. 

According to USCIS, applying for a green card involves filing form I-485, among other steps. We can explain more when you hire us. 

Contact Bogin, Munns & Munns to Work With Our Orlando Family Immigration Attorney 

U.S. immigration isn’t always a straightforward process. There are many steps involved, and you don’t want to miss something that could jeopardize your chance to stay in the United States. Luckily, with our legal services, you don’t need to manage this process alone. 

Our immigration law office can help you and your loved ones secure family visas. Call us today to learn more about our legal team and get to work on your case. 

Call or text 855-780-9986 or submit our Consultation Request form today



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