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Your Essential Petition Checklist

Are you ready to take the crucial first step towards obtaining permanent residency through a family member? or are you a US citizen or permanent resident ready to petition a family member?

We understand that navigating the immigration process can feel overwhelming, which is why we've crafted a resource to guide you through with confidence. Introducing our Essential Petition Checklist: Your Complete Guide to What Documents are Needed. This meticulously curated checklist, designed by Attorney Alena Ray Conrad, has the necessary documents for an I-130 petition—the first step of a permanent residency case.

Here's what you'll receive with this invaluable resource:

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  1. ✔️Comprehensive Document Checklist: Whether you're petitioning a spouse, sibling, or parent, our checklist guarantees that you won't overlook a single crucial item required for your petition.

    1. ✔️Informative Videos: Gain insights directly from Attorney Alena Ray Conrad herself through informative videos covering spousal petitions and petitioning a parent.

We're confident that this checklist will help you in your immigration journey.

But why stop there? If you want personalized attention and guidance specific to your situation, we invite you to book a complimentary discovery call with our intake assistant. During this call, we'll explore whether your circumstances align with our focus areas and how we can best support you on your path to success.

Don't let uncertainty hold you back—empower yourself with the resources and support you need to achieve your immigration goals. Click here to download your Essential Petition Checklist now.

When you're ready to start, we're ready to help!

Warm regards,

Alena Ray Conrad

Immigration Attorney

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This is for general information purposes only. For advice about your specific situation, contact an experienced immigration attorney.


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