Individuals / Family
Tidwell, Swaim & Farquhar has helped over 22,000 individuals and families achieve their immigration aspirations. Our team dedicated to this service area focuses on individuals, referring to cases involving one person such as naturalization, deportation or asylum.
This team is also devoted to family cases, which primarily involve one family member that applies for a visa or status for another family member, limited to spouses, parents, children and siblings.
Regardless of your specific needs, as an individual or family, you can be confident that Tidwell, Swaim & Farquhar will develop a clear and solid plan with proven practices to achieve a successful outcome for you.
All of our individual and family immigration cases include the underlying qualifying petition, along with consular processing, adjustment of status, change or extension of status, and all of the supporting documentation for each of these processes. All cases include the qualifying dependent family members. Our permanent residence cases for immigrants include the affidavits of support, assisting with birth and marriage documents, analyzing past immigration history and any possible criminal activities which may impact the process. This historic analysis is completed before any steps are taken with the government. This is especially important for the Naturalization and Removal/Deportation cases.
- Naturalization, U.S. Citizenship, Removal and Inadmissibility
- All Immigration Waivers
- Relief from Deportation:
- Adjustment of Status
- Cancellation of Removal
- Asylum and Voluntary Departure
- Asylum not with an Immigration Judge
- Reinstatement for F-1 Students
- Motions to Reopen/Reconsider
Tidwell, Swaim & Farquhar represents individuals and family members in all types of family visas, including immediate relatives, preference categories, adoptions/orphans, “follow to join” cases, age out issues, marriage issues, removal of conditions from conditional permanent residence/green card (regardless of whether the marriage has been terminated), derivative dependents and fiancés. This includes every type of family relationship including adopted children, stepparents/stepchildren and allegations by USCIS of marriage fraud in past and current marriages.
- K-1 Fiancé
- K-3 Marriage
- I-130 for Spouses, Parents, Children, Siblings
- Adjustment of Status/Consular Processing
- Immediate Relatives and all Preference Categories
- Removal of Conditions for Marriage Cases
- Marriage Fraud Allegations
- Work and Travel Authorization
- All Immigration Waivers
- Public Charge/I-864 Affidavit of Support