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Bradley and Associates

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Law Offices of John T. Nicholson

Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Attorney | Serving Dayton, OH

William P Bringman

Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Attorney | Serving Dayton, OH

Philip J. Fulton Law Office

Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Attorney | Serving Dayton, OH

Horenstein Nicholson & Blumenthal LPA

Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Attorney in Dayton, OH

Scaccia And Associates

Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Attorney in Dayton, OH

Young, Reverman & Mazzei CO., L.P.A.

Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Attorney | Serving Dayton, OH

Malek & Malek Attorneys At Law

Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Attorney | Serving Dayton, OH

McKinney & Namei CO., L.P.A.

Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Attorney | Serving Dayton, OH

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Bertha Duran

Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Attorney | Serving Dayton, OH

Meenu Sharma

Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Attorney in Dayton, OH

Hastie Law Office LLC

Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Attorney | Serving Dayton, OH

The Donahey Law Firm, LLC

Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Attorney | Serving Dayton, OH

Allen Shahrzad

Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Attorney in Dayton, OH

Mansell Law

Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Attorney | Serving Dayton, OH

Dayton Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Information

Are You Considering Immigrating Through a Parent or Sibling?

If you have a parent or sibling who is a legal permanent resident or US citizen, your relative may be able to petition for you to immigrate. However, before someone files a petition on your behalf talk with a Dayton attorney experienced with handling immigration applications for legal advice and guidance through the process.

The Immigration Through Parents or Siblings Process

Immigration through a parent or sibling can be complicated. In general, to be eligible to bring your brother or sister to live in the United States, you must be a U.S. citizen and at least 21 years of age. Permanent residents cannot petition for their siblings under current law. A US citizen parent may petition for a child of any age and a permanent resident parent can do so if the child is under 21 or if the child is still unmarried and over 21 years old.

Searching for a Dayton, OH Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Attorney?

Finding the perfect Dayton Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Attorney is easy using the LawInfo Lawyer Directory. Our directory lists experienced and ethical professionals to help you through your legal issues.

Please note, when searching for a Dayton Immigration Through Parent or Sibling law firm do not limit your search to just your surrounding area. Immigration Through Parent or Sibling falls under a type of federal case that attorneys across the country can handle. This means if you expand your search to surrounding areas you'll significantly increase your options. Consider speaking with Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Attorneys in Englewood, Germantown, Franklin, Waynesville, or even Middletown

If you expand your search for Dayton representation by 50 miles you will find 2 additional Immigration Through Parent or Sibling Attorneys and law firms. Expanding your search by 100 miles results in an additional 4 options. 150 miles from Dayton nets you an additional 4 options.

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