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One of the core principles of the U.S. immigration system is the belief that family bonds help both individuals and communities to thrive, and keeping families intact should be prioritized. At Zaveri Law P.C., our New Jersey family immigration lawyer is a compassionate, experienced advocate for clients. Our immigration law team understands the importance of family. If you have any questions or concerns about family immigration, we can help. For a fully confidential, no-obligation initial consultation, please do not hesitate to reach out to our Hackensack law office. 

An Overview of Our Family Immigration Services in North Jersey

Family connections form the foundation of the American immigration system. According to data provided by National Immigration Forum, nearly two-thirds of all immigrants who come to the United States do so, at least in part, through a family-based relationship. Our New Jersey family immigration lawyer can help you and your loved ones with the full range of cases, including: 

  • Spousal Visas: Being married to a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident (LPR) is one of the clearest paths to immigrating to the United States. Unlike other visa types, which are restricted in number, an unlimited number of spousal visas are available. 
  • K-1 Fiancé(e) Visas: Through a K-1 visa, a person engaged to an American citizen can secure a green card. They must provide evidence that they are in a genuine romantic relationship.
  • K-3 and K-4 Family Visas: These types of family visas allow the unmarried minor children of an American to come to the United States. 
  • Family Preference Immigration: Although subject to statutory caps, the family preference system provides an immigration option for non-immediate family members.

How New Jersey Family Immigration Lawyer Prerak A. Zaveri Can Help

Family immigration is personal. As an Indian-American raised in a family and community of immigrants, our founding attorney Prerak A. Zaveri, Esq., deeply understands the importance of family and the challenges people face in the immigration process. He founded his law firm with a commitment to providing thoughtful, skilled representation to families going through the immigration process.

We are here to protect your rights and interests. Our family immigration lawyer is prepared to: 

  • Answer your questions and explain your options during a confidential consultation; 
  • Gather all of the documents, records, and other information you will need to proceed; 
  • Assist you with all of the family immigration paperwork; and
  • Take whatever legal action is appropriate to help your family achieve the desired outcome. 

Schedule a Confidential Consultation With Our New Jersey Family Immigration Lawyer

At Zaveri Law P.C., our New Jersey family immigration attorney is a passionate, solutions-focused advocate for clients. If you have any specific questions about a family immigration matter, we are more than ready to help you find the right answer. 

Contact us today to set up a free ten-minute introductory phone consultation. From our Hackensack law office, we provide family immigration services throughout North Jersey, including in Bergen County, Essex County, and Passaic County.

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