Immigration Services

Millions of people migrate to the United States every year. Most people migrate with their families due to political or economic reasons. These immigrants are able to settle and enjoy the beautiful opportunities that exist in America. The immigration process, however, is difficult. This is why it is important that you obtain a competent attorney in the areas of immigration to help you increase your chances of obtaining a favorable outcome.

PereGonza Law Group® can help you with business visas, family petitions, green card, naturalization, and other form based immigration procedures.

“Remember, remember always, that all of us, you and I especially, are descended from immigrants and revolutionists.”

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Family Petitions

As a U.S. Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident, you can help family members obtain legal status in the United States by becoming legal permanent resident and then a U.S. Citizen. These family petitions can be filed for spouses, children, parents, and siblings. PereGonza Law Group® can answer your immigration questions and help you understand the eligibility of your family members before making any decisions.

Green Card

Permanent residence is the beginning of a dream most dream about. It is the dream of being a United States Citizen. A permanent resident is one step close to being a United States Citizen. As a permanent resident you are able to live and work in the United States. Also, you have many of the same rights and protections afforded to United States Citizen. If you are considering becoming a permanent resident in order to obtain your green card, contact our attorneys and we can help you achieve the first step to fulfilling the American Dream.


Naturalization is the process where a person who is a lawful permanent resident can obtain citizenship. In order to become a United States citizen, in most cases, one must be a lawful permanent resident, or green card holder, for five years. When you become a United States Citizen you will be able to vote in the United States. In addition, you will be able to travel freely in and out of the country and have a U.S. Passport. The process of becoming a United States citizen can be complicated. If you have a criminal record it is essential that you consult with an immigration attorney to understand the consequences and chances of getting your citizenship application approved. We have helped many individuals throughout this process and we can do the same for you.

Immigration Services

  • Employment & Business Visas
    • EB-1 Visa
    • EB-2 Visa
    • EB-3 Visas
    • EB-5 Visas
  • Family Visas & Petitions
    • Adjustment of Status through Marriage
    • Adjustment of Status through Parent/Child
    • I-130 with Provisional Waiver
    • K1-K3 Marriage Visas
    • Obtaining Green Cards Through Marriage
    • Parents of US Citizens
    • Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver
    • Sibling Immigration
  • Naturalization