Compassionate Representation In Family-Based Immigration Matters

Do you need help in sponsoring a family member to come to the United States? With offices in Worcester and Newton Center, Massachusetts, Tadmor & Tadmor, LLP, offers experienced immigration services for people throughout the U.S. and across the globe.

We are pleased to assist clients with a wide range of immigration services, including family-based immigration such as bringing a spouse, child, parent or sibling to the U.S. We handle all preference categories:

  • Immediate relatives: spouse, parent or unmarried child of a U.S. citizen
  • First preference: unmarried children (over 21) of a U.S. citizen
  • Second preference: children or spouse of a U.S. green card holder
  • Third preference: married people who have a parent who is a U.S. citizen
  • Fourth preference: brothers and sisters of a U.S. citizen

If you need help in bringing a family member to the United States, we encourage you to contact our law office. To speak with a lawyer or schedule a consultation, contact our law offices in Newton Center and Worcester, Massachusetts. To reach our office, call 508-791-9400 ..

Candid Advice You Can Trust

At our firm, we understand that nothing is more important than family. We take great joy in our ability to help reunite families. We always put clients’ needs first and are pleased to offer clients a candid assessment of their immigration matter.

When we choose to take a case, we do so with a commitment to seeking the best possible result in the most effective and efficient manner possible. To learn more about our family-based immigration services, contact our Massachusetts law office.

Contact Us

For assistance with family-based immigration, green cards, family visas or another immigration matter, contact our Newton Center and Worcester law office at 508-791-9400. For online assistance, contact us by email.

Our Two Office Locations In Newton, MA and Worcester, MA

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