Many people who have moved to the United States from another country want to bring their family members here as well. Joining family members from across the world can be very challenging. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has many complex processes. Failing to comply with these processes can lead to unnecessary delays or even the denial of your application.
At Klampe Law Firm, we are committed to delivering the highest levels of legal representation and client service. Based in Rochester, our immigration lawyer, Carole Pasternak, has a long history of helping people across Minnesota reunite with family members across the world.
Helping You Prepare the Family Immigration Visa That Is Right for You
Many of our firm's clients need family immigration visas such as:
- K-1 visas for someone who is about to be married
- K-3 visas for people who are already married
- V-1 and V-2 visas for spouses and children of individuals who already have green cards
- Visas for immediate relatives of U.S. citizens or permanent residents
We handle all types of family-sponsored immigration petitions and work with clients seeking adjustment of status or permanent residency. Whatever your needs, we will carefully analyze your situation and select the best course of action. We recognize that immigration laws are always changing, and we stay on top of these changes. This allows us to provide our clients with the legal representation they need.
Our Team Is Dedicated to You
At Klampe Law Firm, we place our highest priority on making the legal process as simple for our clients as possible. When necessary, we work with translators to communicate clearly with our clients. We also charge flat fees plus costs in most immigration cases. As a result, you will know exactly how much it will cost for us to prepare your petition and handle your case in advance.
We strive to be a resource to our clients, answering their questions and addressing their concerns in a timely fashion. For answers to some of the more commonly asked questions we hear, please view our Frequently Asked Questions page on immigration.