At The Harrington Law Firm we help clients from Connecticut and Massachusetts deal with
family immigration cases involving petitioning for dependent visas. The definition of a
"dependent", under United States immigration law, is a child under the age of 21 and single.
If a child meets the definition of a dependent, the parent can petition their child to come
to the United States on a dependent visa.
A Dependent Visa is a type of derivative visa, as most children get a visa after their parent has successfully obtained theirs.
For additional information regarding Dependent Visas, please contact The Harrington Law Firm.
The Harrington Law Firm is your ally and partner for your immigration and nationality legal
needs in both Connecticut, Massachusetts and throughout the United States. The Harrington Law
Firm will be there for you step by step throughout the entire process to make sure everything
goes as smoothly as possible.
Just as importantly, the Harrington Law Firm is truly devoted to its clients. We understand the steps you need to take to improve your legal status in the United States and are always available to answer questions and assist with the process.
the consummate professional...
Nancy, thank you. You are the consummate professional. I spent 4 months attempting to accomplish this visa request through another attorney until I finally gave up. I am still in awe of your ability to accomplish this in such a timely manner.
Organized, and Knowledgeable...
Nancy was not only professional, organized, and knowledgeable, but she made my husband and I feel comfortable during the entire process.
– J. H., Oxford, Connecticut
Nancy Harrington was a fantastic asset to my husband and I during his immigration process.
Yes, I will meet with you and get to know what immigration issues you have. I will formulate a plan of action and discuss it with you. I will ask for certain documents and will complete the relevant forms and file them. I will keep you informed as to the progression of your case. I will help you from the start of the case until the end of the case.
Yes I do attend the marriage interview with you both. I will meet with you both 3-4 weeks before the interview to review what documents you need to bring. I will also conduct a practice interview with you to make you more comfortable with the process.
I have successfully handled Permanent Residency cases and Naturalization cases where my client had been arrested. Every case is different. It depends on the charges and the outcome of the case.
Yes, I accept credit cards and payment terms can be established.