There’s Nothing More Important Than Being Together
Having represented clients in family-based immigration law since 2001, Mazur Law Firm attorneys understand exactly why nothing is more important than being together with your family.
Petitioning the government so that your children or parents may join you in the U.S., for example, or filing an application for permanent residence for a spouse, are some of the most important services a lawyer may provide for his or her clients.
In the 17+ years since he founded the Law Office of Francois-Ihor Mazur, Mr. Mazur has represented spouses, parents, step-parents, siblings, minor children, adoptive parents and children, widows and widowers … from all parts of the world.
Family-Based Immigration Visas
A family-based immigration has existed in this country since the time of its founding.
U.S. immigration law allows for a maximum of 480,000 family-based visas every year. Family-preference categories include, as one example, married children and their own spouses and children.
Immediate Relative Immigrant Visas have no yearly limits on the number of visas that can be issued. These include spouses, minor children and parents of U.S. citizens. Family Preference Immigrant Visas, on the other hand, do have yearly limits.
Serving Clients In Greater Philadelphia, Including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Beyond
Located in Huntingdon Valley (just outside Philadelphia), Mr. Mazur has represented clients in immigration law for nearly two decades. Following his graduation from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1991, Mr. Mazur went to work for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Then he went to work in business transactions for an international law firm in New York City.
But Mr. Mazur soon felt that he could put his skills to better use for those wishing to immigrate to the U.S. – and founded the Law Office of Francois-Ihor Mazur in 2001.
Since then, Mr. Mazur has focused on the practice of immigration law.
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