There are three main ways to immigrate to the U.S. — through a business, through a humanitarian program, or through a family member. The U.S. immigration system currently is designed to favor keeping close family members together. Therefore, immigrating through a relative often is faster or more efficient than the humanitarian or business options. However, only certain types of close family members are able to actually petition for others, and wait times for many categories are extremely lengthy.Get Adjustment of Status Checklist
Family-Based Immigration Details
Who Can Petition for Family Members?
What Are the Two Main Categories of Relatives Who Can Receive Visas?
What Types of Immigration Options are Available for Your Relative?