Seeing a mother reunited with her son who was denied a visa, a fiance embrace his future bride who was in danger of deportation, or helping a cutting-edge sports apparel designer open her factory on U.S. soil fuels our passion for what we do. Although U.S. law offers many ways to reconnect loved ones and navigate a path through immigration law, the details can be daunting and dangerous. Mistakes and missteps can lead to bad results, delays or increased costs.
Your Problems, Our Specialty
The family immigration attorneys at Wilner & O'Reilly can assist you in matters involving:
- Marriage-based green cards
- Nonmarital family immigration visas (1-130)
- Fiance(e) visas — (K1 and K2)
- Parent, spousal, child and sibling-based petitions
- International adoptions
- Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) petitions
- Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) eligibility
The results-oriented Wilner & O'Reilly family-based immigration practice group is chaired by Kelly S. O'Reilly, a former officer with the Immigration and Naturalization Service who has extensive experience and in-depth knowledge of immigration law. That knowledge and experience is crucial to navigating complex U.S. citizenship and U.S. visa and green card issues.
Whether you have issues with asylum, deportation defense, entrepreneur's visas, green cards, temporary visas, or any other U.S. immigration matters, with offices in Utah and California, Wilner & O'Reilly can help you throughout the Western United States.
Contact the family visa lawyers at Wilner & O'Reilly by calling one of our four offices toll free at 800-352-7034. You may also contact us online to schedule a confidential consultation with our immigration lawyers.