Need Family Immigration Guidance?
Byrd & Associates: Bringing Families Together
When it comes to handling immigration cases, we at Byrd & Associates take great satisfaction in helping families remain together - or become reunited - in the United States. If you need help with a family immigration issue, such as petitioning for a relative abroad, our firm can provide you with the reliable services you need. Our firm's founder, Attorney Beverly Byrd, has a perfect 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating!
We can help you with the following family immigration matters:
- Immediate relative visa
- Family preference visa
- Fiancé visa (K-1)
- Spousal visa (K-3)
- Immigrant visa
- Waivers (for CIS, Embassy, or Consulate)
- Legal Immigration Family Equity Act (LIFE Act)
- Relative and spouse petitions (Green Cards)
- Adjustment of status
Ready to move forward with your family immigration matter?
Request an initial case evaluation with our firm when you call (408) 573-5960!
Members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association
Attorney Byrd is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), which has allowed her to remain up to date on immigration laws, which are constantly changing. She currently serves as a liaison or representative for the Customs and Border Patrol of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, San Francisco Asylum Office, and Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Her experience and sharp legal insight could make all of the difference to your case. Because she is licensed to practice law in Alabama, she is also licensed to practice federal law in all 50 states!
Turn to our San Jose immigration lawyer for skilled legal guidance!
Please keep in mind that the sooner you retain legal representation for your family immigration case, the greater the chances that you will reach your goals. We will begin working on your case immediately in order to help bring you one step closer to your family's immigration goals. We have offices in San Jose and San Francisco!
Contact us today for the client-focused legal services you need for your family immigration issue.