Family-Based Immigration Assistance

Our immigration lawyers can help unite your family

Some of the most compelling immigration cases involve the separation or threatened division of a family. The immigration lawyers at Milla & Associates, LLC understand that you can never overstate the importance of family. Whether you are trying to bring a family member to the United States or you are trying to keep your family together in the country, navigating the immigration system alone can be extremely difficult. For this reason, retaining one of our experienced immigration lawyers can help you bring your family together, keep it together, and fight any government threat to your family's future together in the United States. With years of experience and a reputation for successful advocacy, we can help you and your family achieve your immigration goals in the United States, and allow you to put behind you the concerns of immigration so you can move forward in your lives together – as a united family.

CHOOSE Milla & Associates, LLC FOR TRUSTWORTHY COUNSEL to keep your family together

Milla & Associates, LLC is a full-service law firm with a reputation for committed and compassionate advocacy. We are experienced in the wide array of cases involving family-based immigration, and our lawyers are equipped to answer your questions and offer the advocacy you need at this time. Our team of dedicated immigration lawyers has extensive experience and success representing families in the United States immigration system.

Our experience includes helping clients navigate family-based immigration cases such as:

  • Adjustment of status to permanent resident (green card)
  • Immigrant visas for permanent resident status ("green card")
  • K-1 fiancé / fiancée visas and subsequent adjustment of status to permanent resident ("green card")
  • Form I-751 petitions for removal of conditions on permanent resident ("green card") status based on a joint filing for an existing marriage and waivers of the joint filing requirement based on a terminated marriage, abuse, or hardship
  • Motions and appeals to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the Board of Immigration Appeals, Administrative Appeals Office, and other United States government agencies and bodies
  • Form I-601 extreme hardship waivers ("hardship waivers") for grounds of inadmissibility including certain crimes, fraud or misrepresentation, and unlawful presence
  • Form I-601A provisional waivers of inadmissibility for unlawful presence
  • Form I-212 applications for permission to reapply for admission to the United States for those who were previously removed (deported) from the United States
  • Self-petitions for victims of domestic violence under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
  • Parole-in-Place for spouses, children, and parents of United States military personnel
  • Applications for Employment Authorization Documents, Advance Parole, Re-entry Permits, and other U.S. immigration benefits
  • Responses to Requests for Evidence and Notices of Intent to Deny for pending cases

BEGIN WITH A FREE CASE CONSULTATION AT OUR DOWNTOWN CHICAGO OFFICE

For assistance in all matters pertaining to family-based immigration, contact Milla & Associates, LLC for quality representation and advice you can trust. We offer free initial consultations, so why not call us today? Set up a time to meet with our caring and knowledgeable team, and learn how we are ready to help you and your family.