Why shouldn't it permissible brother? I don't find much harm in you going to visit your family members rather, I believe we are commanded to maintain out ties of kinship.
Praise be to Allaah.
It is not permissible to travel to a kaafir country except for a valid reason such as studying to acquire knowledge or skills that are not available in a Muslim country, or for medical treatment. But the traveller should have sufficient religious commitment to protect him from temptation and sufficient knowledge to protect him from doubts. Keeping in touch with relatives and upholding the ties of kinship can be achieved through lesser means; you can call them by phone, or correspond with them in any fashion, or send greetings and gifts, and so on. A person should not expose himself to the risks of travelling to a kaafir country and committing sin for the sake of something that may be achieved through other means. And Allaah knows best.
[Fataawa al-Lajnat-ud-daa'imah lil buhuth al-'ilmiah wal-Iftaa' (12/50)]One may also migrate from a mushrik land to another mushrik land that is less evil and where there is less danger to the Muslim, as some of the Muslims migrated from Makkah at the Prophet’s command to Abyssinia
Sister, is there any daleel that visiting relatives is not a valid reason?
Q 2: We know a religious brother who wants to travel to Italy to visit his brothers there in order to maintain family ties. Is maintaining family ties considered a legal reason for this person to travel to the land of the disbelievers
A2: If the person who wants to travel to the land of the disbelievers needs to travel, for example, to maintain ties of kinship which is obligatory, can avoid temptation and guard his Islamic obligations, it is permissible for him to travel. However, he must not stay there for long.
May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and Companions.