Family-Based Immigration Lawyers at Ritchie Reiersen Law
The Family-Based Immigration Lawyers at Ritchie Reiersen Law can help you reunite your family in the United States. With our years of experience, we understand the intricacies of family-based immigration and can guide you through the entire process. Our firm can also help you navigate any obstacles that may arise during your case. Having an immigration attorney in Portland can make the difference between being successful in your case and being deported to your country of origin.
Our Portland immigration lawyers are dedicated to helping immigrant communities in Oregon and across the United States. They work to promote public awareness of issues facing the immigrant community. They also provide educational workshops and conduct outreach at local events. They are passionate about protecting the rights of immigrants, and they are committed to keeping abreast of changing immigration laws. They are knowledgeable of the various immigration processes and procedures, including obtaining visas for family members, employment-based applications, asylum applications, and naturalization.
Whether you want to petition for your spouse, children, or parents to become a permanent resident or citizen, you need a Portland family-based immigration lawyer with extensive experience handling these types of cases. We can help you file your family-based petitions for the quickest path to citizenship and can also assist you with overcoming any challenges that may arise during your case, such as criminal records or visa backlogs.
Family-based immigration is one of the most popular paths to U.S. citizenship and the quickest way to reunify your family. The experienced Portland family-based immigration attorneys at Ritchie Reiersen Law can help your family navigate the complicated process of reuniting your family in the United States.
For families with minor children, we can apply for a temporary Work Authorization Document and travel permit for your children to allow them to work and attend school while they await their green card application. In addition, we can help you sponsor your parents or other immediate family members for a family-based green card. Our firm can also help you obtain a waiver for inadmissibility for yourself or your family member, as well as apply for naturalization (citizenship) so that you can gain full access to all of the benefits that come with being a U.S. citizen, such as voting and serving on a jury.
Philip Hornik has practiced in immigration law since 1977. He has a deep understanding of all aspects of family-based immigration law and regularly represents clients from all over the world. He has handled all types of family-based immigration petitions filed in the United States and also has a substantial amount of experience with resolving complex immigration matters through immigration interviews at U.S. Consulates and Embassies abroad.
Leslie Silverstein received national recognition for her work helping asylum seekers and victims of domestic violence, earning the ABA Pro Bono Award in 2015. She was one of only five small firm practitioners nationwide to receive this award that year. Leslie is a member of the Oregon Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and also supports free legal clinics to assist people with their immigration needs. portland family-based immigration lawyer