The Facts You Need About Consular Processing
Consular processing is an alternative petition option for people living outside the U.S., or willing to return to their country of origin during the green card processing period.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) offers an I-601 waiver option for people who live in our country but cannot return to their country of origin for a lengthy period during the consular processing period.
The information about consular processing you need — and sound legal guidance that can make your goal a reality — is waiting for you right now at the Bennett Law Center in Groveland.
Attorney Bridgette Bennett established her immigration law firm to help people just like you — and family members who can benefit from waivers and family visas such as marriage and fiancée visas. Hallmarks of her practice are her years of experience, extensive legal knowledge and a tradition of attentive personal service, start to finish.
Bennett Law Center — Bridging The Immigration Gap In Central Florida
Only members of an eligible immigrant category with proper supporting documentation are eligible for consular processing of family-based and employment-based petitions. Others who may file include refugees, candidates for asylum, those who benefit from humanitarian programs and specific classes of immigrants.
As your U.S. immigration petition lawyer, Bridgette Bennett can educate you to the requirements for your particular immigrant class, collect and file documents, and generally guide you through the legal process.
Contact the Bennett Law Center from wherever you are in Lake County, Marion County or Ocala County. Call 352-557-8989 locally — or 800-785-7060 toll free. You can also reach the office by email and Facebook. Weekend and evening appointments may be available by special arrangement. Se habla español.