Family relationships are important to everyone, and immigrants are no exception.
At the Nashua law firm of Wolfson & Bernazzani, PLLC, we understand this firsthand. Attorney Xiorli Bernazzani is an immigrant, having moved from Venezuela to the United States with her mother at age 10. One of her main motivations to become a lawyer was that she could help immigrant families stay together by assisting them in visa and immigration matters.
Today, our law firm assists students, working immigrants and prospective immigrants in acquiring necessary visas to stay in the country, as well as in becoming naturalized citizens.
If you, or someone important to you, are seeking to come to the United States temporarily or permanently, we can help you to complete the necessary documentation and other requirements for a successful visa or citizenship application. We also focus on helping clients who may already be in the United States on a temporary visa to establish permanent residency or citizenship.
We Bring Immigrant Families Together
We help clients across New Hampshire with these and other immigration matters:
- B-1/B-2 visitor visas
- F-1 student visas
- J-1 exchange visas
- K-1 fiance visas
- K-3 marriage visas for nonimmigrants
- IR1 or CR1 marriage visas for spouses of U.S. citizens
- V-1/V-2 visas for spouses and children of permanent residents (green card holders)
- Applications for permanent residency
- Citizenship through the naturalization process
- Family-sponsored immigration petitions
We pride ourselves on doing careful work when preparing visa and citizenship applications for our clients, so they have the best possible chance of being accepted.
If your visa application has been denied previously, we can make sure all of the necessary information and/or supporting documents are submitted to the appropriate U.S. embassy or consulate.
We Understand, We Can Help. Call Us Today.
Wolfson & Bernazzani, PLLC, understands immigration laws as well as the personal and bureaucratic challenges immigrant families face in bringing loved ones to the United States. Whether your intent is to get permission for your foreign-born relative or spouse to live here temporarily or permanently, or if you seek such status for yourself, our attorneys can help you.
For more information and a free consultation with a lawyer, contact us online or by calling our Nashua office at 603-272-6008.
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