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Bringing Families Together Through Immigration Law

At David Hirson & Partners, LLP, we unite families through the skilled application of U.S. immigration law. Our clients come from all over the world, reuniting with family members in Southern California and throughout the United States. The one thing they have in common is the need for skilled legal guidance that protects their immigration status and their family ties. For nearly three decades, we have provided that guidance.

Handling All Types Of Family-Based Visas

Family visas fall into one of two categories:

  • Immediate relative visas: These visa types allow immediate relatives to sponsor close family relations such as spouses, unmarried children under age 21, orphans adopted or about to be adopted by U.S. citizens, and parents whose children are U.S. citizens and least 21 years of age.
  • Family preference immigrant visas: These visa types may be issued to adult sons and daughters of U.S. citizens and their spouses and minor children, spouses of lawful permanent residents, and siblings of U.S. citizens, provided the sponsor is at least 21 years of age.

Learn more about our family-based immigration services at these pages:

Whether you are seeking to enter the U.S. on a family visa or have intentions of sponsoring a family member, it is important that you take all of the right steps and meet all necessary filing deadlines. Our attorneys routinely handle family immigration matters and can provide you with the guidance and advocacy you need to fulfill this important objective.

We Represent Clients Nationwide And Around The World

Contact Us To Learn More

Call David Hirson & Partners, LLP in Costa Mesa, California at 949-441-4003 or our Seattle, Washington, office at 206-926-3973 or contact us by email to arrange a consultation with one of our immigration attorneys today.

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