Immigrant Visas

As an experienced immigration lawyer, Susan Han understands that whether you are a citizen by birth, a naturalized citizen, or a green card holder, keeping your family together is a priority for you. This is why Ms. Han has made it a focal point of her practice to offer immigration visa services that help unite families.

Ms. Han also knows that gaining employment in the U.S. can be the first step in starting a new life for you and your family.

Immigrant Visas for Spouses

If you are an American citizen or lawful permanent resident, and your husband or wife is a foreign national, they are eligible for one of several immigrant visas.
There are two main types of visas available:

CR-1 Visas

Foreign spouses will receive a CR-1 visa if they have been married for less than two years. CR-1 visa is given conditional status.

IR-1 Visas

If you have been married for more than two years, a spouse who is a foreign national will receive an
IR-1 visa.

IR-1 visa is given unconditional permanent resident
status

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Immigrant Visas for Family Members

There is a range of visa options for family members of U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents of the U.S. who wish to immigrate. There are generally split into two categories:

Immediate Relative Immigrant Visas

In addition to the IR-1 visa discussed above, which is for a spouse, other types of immediate relative visas include:

IR-2 Visas

For unmarried
children (under 21)
of a U.S. citizen

IR-3 Visas

For an orphan
adopted abroad
by a U.S. citizen

IR-4 Visas

For an orphan who is to be adopted by a U.S.citizen

IR-5 Visas

For the parent of a U.S. citizen who is over the age of 21

IR-2 Visas

For unmarried
children (under 21)
of a U.S. citizen

IR-3 Visas

For an orphan
adopted abroad
by a U.S. citizen

IR-4 Visas

For an orphan who is to be adopted by a U.S.citizen

IR-5 Visas

For the parent of a U.S. citizen who is over the age of 21

Family Preference Immigrant Visas

This category of visa is for specific, more distant family relationships with a U.S. citizen and a few relationships with permanent legal residents. Unlike immediate relative immigrant visas, only a limited number of family preference immigrant visas are issued every year.

Immigrant Visas for Employment

We also work with U.S. employers and foreign-born employees to help them sponsor and acquire employment-based (“EB”) immigrant visas. These include the following, separated by order of preference:

EB-1 Visas

First Preference

Persons with extraordinary ability Outstanding professors and researchers Multinational managers or executives

EB-2 Visas

Second Preference

Professionals holding advanced degrees

EB-3 Visas

Third Preference

 

Skilled Worker, Professional,
or Other Worker

Susan Han

The Law Office of Susan Han

4 East Rolling Crossroads Ste 211 Catonsville, MD 21228

410-599-3100

Susan Han

The Law Office of Susan Han

4 East Rolling Crossroads
Ste 211
Catonsville, MD 21228

410-599-3100