As the fourth largest immigrant community in the United States, Vietnamese immigration on the basis of family or fiance(e) visas is an important focus of our practice. Since 1975, Vietnamese-Americans have successfully established themselves in the United States. As such, the desire to bring over family members such as parents, spouses, siblings, and fiance(s) remains an ever so important aspect of the Vietnamese American diaspora. The immigration attorneys and staff at Enterline and Partners work closely with both the petitioners either in Vietnam, the United States or elsewhere as well as the beneficiary or visa applicant. At Enterline and Partners, we take a family or fiance(e) visa case from the beginning which involves filing the petition with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) through the interview at the U.S. Consulate in Ho Chi Minh City.

As the fourth largest immigrant community in the United States, Vietnamese immigration on the basis of family or fiance(e) visas is an extremely important focus of our practice. Since 1975, Vietnamese Americans have successfully established themselves in the United States. As such, the desire to bring over family members such as parents, spouses, siblings, and fiance(s) remains an ever so important aspect of the Vietnamese American diaspora. The immigration attorneys and staff at Enterline and Partners work closely with both the petitioners either in Vietnam, the United States or elsewhere as well as the beneficiary or visa applicant. At Enterline and Partners, we take a family or fiance(e) visa case from the beginning which involves filing the petition with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) through the interview at the U.S. Consulate in Ho Chi Minh City.