Washington, D.C. Consular Processing Lawyer
If you are in the U.S. and wish to obtain an immigrant visa, you do so with an adjustment of status application. If you are outside the U.S., the way to obtain a new status is through consular processing.
Consular processing occurs at a U.S. consular post abroad. A foreign national is eligible for an immigrant visa if he or she meets the requirements stipulated in the Immigration & Nationality Act (INA).
Foreign Immigration Attorney For Northern Virginia And Maryland
An alien is eligible for immigrant visa status under one of two conditions:
- The individual is the beneficiary of an approved visa petition, which grants family-based immediate relative or preference classification or employment-based preference classification.
- The individual is a derivative family member — the spouse or an unmarried minor child of preference aliens.
Whether your immigrant status is granted depends on a complex set of circumstances, based on foreign country chargeability and the priority date assigned to the application, determined by the date the application was received.
Helping Recent Applicants From:
Canada · India · England · China · Pakistan · New Zealand · Sri Lanka
The process is not simple, and one condition of success is the quality of the representation you have in the filing of your application. At Bhagat & Associates, we have assisted hundreds of people through the complexities of U.S. immigration law and led a great majority of them to new status as immigrants to the U.S.
For more information about consular processing, contact respected immigration lawyer Raj K. Bhagat at our offices, located a short walk from the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. We look forward to your call.
Green card issues? Consult an experienced Washington, D.C. consular processing attorney at Bhagat & Associates at 703-574-2815. We can help you and your relatives resolve your consular processing issues.