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SMCL Attorneys

New Orleans Family-Based Immigration Lawyers

Advocates for Family-Based Immigration in Louisiana

At Stephenson, Chávarri & Lambert, we represent clients in the U.S. and in locations around the world — Central and South America, Spain and other European countries, Asia and Africa — who seek legal guidance and representation in family-based immigration matters.

It is the goal of many of our clients to bring a loved one into the United States. If you are a U.S. citizen who needs experienced legal help to sponsor a K-1 visa for your fiancé or fiancée in another country, we can help. We can also assist you in filing an I-130 petition, obtaining a K-3 visa for your spouse, obtaining K-4 visas for your children and in direct consular filing (DCF) in those countries in which this process is an option.

The international scope and multilingual capabilities of our firm make Stephenson, Chávarri & Lambert a logical choice to handle family-based immigration matters for U.S. citizens and foreign nationals who would benefit from working with an attorney who speaks their native language.

Our attorneys’ thorough understanding of United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) policies and procedures enables us to effectively advocate on behalf of clients seeking a family adjustment of status or permanent resident status (most often referred to as a “green card”). The fact that our firm also handles a wide range of domestic family law matters enables us to be of particular assistance to clients whose immigration status may be placed in jeopardy by divorce or criminal matters.

Contact Us to Discuss Your Family-Based Immigration Needs

Call Stephenson, Chávarri & Lambert at 504-523-6496 or contact our firm by e-mail to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced New Orleans family-based immigration lawyer. We can assist you in preparing and filing the necessary forms and will manage your application throughout the process.