Our Team Helps to Bring Families Together through Family and Marriage-Based Immigration
At Rozas & Associates Law Firm, we are dedicated to helping and representing those who seek to become citizens of the United States. In many cases, marriage and family-based visas are the first step foreigners take to gain their citizenship. Our founding attorney, David Rozas, and our associates are able to provide the compassion and efficiency needed to handle your immigration case and deliver the best results.
Our team of attorneys will work to explore all of your legal options in order to provide you with a stress-free experience.
We have represented hundreds who are applying for Marriage or Family-based immigration visas.
U.S. Citizen filing on behalf of their foreign spouse for a family based visa (I-130 / 485)
U.S. Citizen filing on behalf of their foreign parents (I-130 / 485)
U.S. Citizen filing on behalf of their foreign born child (I-130 / I-485 (also n-600 if possible)
Legal Permanent Resident filing on behalf of their spouse or family member eligible to adjust status
U.S. Citizen filing a K-1 fiance visa (90 day fiance visa)
Marriage and Family Visas Frequently Asked Questions
How do I apply for a green card for my spouse?
You are able to apply for an adjustment of status through Form I-485, filed together with Form I-130 if you and your spouse both live in the United States and your spouse entered the country legally on a visa or parole. You may need to use Form I-130 followed by consular processing if your spouse lives outside of the United States or if you both reside outside the country.
What is the difference between “conditional resident” and “permanent resident”?
After you’ve been married to your spouse for two years you may receive your permanent residency. You will receive a conditional resident car if you’ve been married for less than 2 years when you’re initially approved for residency. You will then need to submit a form to remove this condition within 90 days of the end of the two years of marriage.
What will take place during the interview?
You may be asked various questions about your relationship and marriage. Our team at Rozas and Associates are able to assist you with questions that may be asked during your interview.
What happens if my marriage-based green card is denied?
If your green card is denied you have the right to appeal the decision. Contact us today to speak to an attorney about your options!
They are the best immigration lawyers. Thanks to the lawyer Rachel my husband won his asylum. They are more than more than recommended, it was a blessing from God that they represent my husband.
For all my Latin friends who are going through immigration and legal processes, I recommend this law firm since they are excellent. They defend the Latino community very well. They are very professional and attentive. They respond to you immediately and fight for your case. A thousand thanks to Pamela for being super attentive and Nancy who was exceptional. Also to John Sharby and his colleagues who worked on my wife's case who was ...
We couldn't be more happy about choosing this law-firm. We live in Miami and have a friend that needed help with an immigration case. We did a lot of research and called many different firms and decided to go with Rozas and Associates. From the moment we called, Nancy took the time to explain us everything and what our options were, she was very patient and helpful. Once we decided to hire them, Joseph, David and Rachel were assigne...
I wanted to apply for my citizenship and Jessica referred me to Rozas and Associates. They made the whole process seem so simple. David and his staff were extremely knowledgeable, not to mention friendly. I highly recommend them for any of your immigration issues.
Very good service from all the Rozas & Rozas workers, they help all the immigrants as if they were their family. In my personal experience I have to thank the majority but in my case directly to Tirsa, Danira, Alejandra, Ana and the lawyer Rachel🙏 🙏🏻🙏🏻..Thank you on behalf of my cousin Fidel and the whole family🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
Representation in English & Español
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English and Spanish-speaking representation is available.