Family-Based U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Services

Family Immigration and Citizenship Assistance in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Elsewhere in the U.S.

 

Across the world, thousands of people are following their dreams to settle in America. Despite the increasing difficulty of immigration to the U.S., thousands apply every year to enter the country, to become permanent citizens, and to bring their families to live here with them through family immigration.

U.S. immigration laws are complex, and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) is unforgiving of errors. For these reasons, it is wise to work with a fully qualified immigration law attorney.

Many immigration services offer assistance only by paralegals, but a paralegal cannot handle cases involving special problems or answer complex legal questions. A lawyer who handles divorce and writes wills may not be prepared to advise you on the best visa application to choose or how to avoid deportation because of a minor criminal offense.

You need a lawyer who focuses on U.S. immigration law.

Immigration attorney Jay C. Whittle. Immigration is the exclusive focus of my Delaware law firm. I am a member of the American Immigration Lawyer’s Association (AILA) and the American Immigration Law Foundation. I represent clients in Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and other states, as well as overseas (via Internet, phone, and mail).

I help U.S. citizens, legal residents, and refugees bring their family members and loved ones to the U.S. with family-based immigrant visas. I also help clients secure permanent U.S. citizenship (become naturalized citizens) with:

  • Fiancé/fiancée visas and spousal visas (K1 visa)
  • I-539 adjustments of status
  • Family member visas (K2 visa, K3 visa)
  • VAWA protection for foreign-born spouses experiencing domestic violence
  • N-400 citizenship and naturalization petitions
  • Deportation and removal defense

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