LGBTQ+ Community Question/Concerns
Are you or your partner a member of the LGBTQ+ community with any of the following questions/concerns?
Are you concerned that your immigration attorney, immigration officer, or immigration judge, would doubt that your relationship/marriage is not legitimate/bona fide because you met on Grindr, Scruff, bathhouse, sex party, or very recently (U-hauling)?
Have you been married before to a partner of the opposite sex but you are now in a same-sex relationship? Are you concerned because you are bisexual, pansexual, or because of your sexual fluidity?
Are you married (or will you be getting married), and planning to be your partner's immigration sponsor so he/she/them can legally stay and live with you in the United States?
Are you seeking asylum in the United States because your life or freedom is in danger in your home country because of your sexual orientation or gender identity?
Are you being mistreated, beaten, or humiliated by your partner who submitted a petition for you with USCIS? Are you unsure of what to do because you are afraid that you will be deported or lose your immigration status?
Is your partner in another country and you want him/her/them to come to the United States to get married and request him/her/them with USCIS?
Are you in the process of gender transition and prefer a lawyer who understands your challenges, and someone you feel comfortable with?
Are you still in the process of coming out of the closet and it is difficult for you to speak about these issues publicly, with your family, or a lawyer?
Are you in a polyamorous or open relationship? Are you afraid or worried that an immigration judge or immigration officer would doubt/question your bona fide relationship?
Or are you just looking a queer attorney to feel comfortable with your truly self and full true colors?
If you are feeling identified with any of these questions or concerns, please contact us to schedule a consultation. Learn more about Immigration Attorney Alexander McShiras.