Attorney Rep

An attorney’s help can make a huge difference in your case. Immigration law is complicated, even an apparently simple case can become a nightmare in no time. See an expert and don’t rely on advice by friends, family members or USCIS information officers. Would you trust the receptionist at your dentist’s office to extract your tooth? Trusting people who are not qualified legal professionals with a legal procedure is equally as dangerous.

More than half of our clients come to us after their case is ruined because they either tried to do it themselves or contracted a friend of a friend who is not an attorney and illegally charges a small fee to fill out immigration paperwork. These so called “notarios” are not attorney’s and sometimes receive the money and never submit the paperwork. When they do submit paperwork they make grave errors that could permanently ruin a case. People with ruined cases can sometimes be helped, but sometimes the damage done is so deep that their future and ability to legalize their status in the United States is a dream that will probably never come true.

Immigration proceedings are serious, deportation is serious, losing everything you have worked so hard for in this country is real and it can happen to you. Don’t risk your future in this country we are here to help you on this wonderful journey of prosperity.

We represent clients before USCIS, ICE, EOIR (immigration court), BIA

Citizenship

Are you already a citizen? Did you know that some people are already citizens of the United States even if they were born abroad? Did you know that some people are automatically citizens if they and one or both of their parents were born abroad as well? Some people born abroad may acquire or derive citizenship through their parents if they meet the qualifications. This area of the Law is extremely complicated and requires a lot of time and research to conclude but if you are a citizen who has acquired or derived citizenship the legal service to obtain citizenship is well worth the time and effort. We specialize in citizenship issues and will be very happy to assess your case. Having your citizenship status not only helps you but it may also help some of your family members. Don’t waste time and find out if you are a citizen today!

Moreover, legal permanent residents can, after a certain period of time, apply for United States Citizenship. Except in rare cases, no one can become a U.S. citizen without first holding their legal permanent residency status for a number of years.

It is extremely important that once you are eligible to obtain citizenship that you do so. Your permanent residency card may be taken away for a number of reasons which means you may be deported at any time thereafter. Once you are a U.S. citizen the immigration court or an immigration officer may not deport you.

Some people may never apply for citizenship and must remain permanent residents because applying for citizenship may get them deported. This is sometimes difficult to assess, which is why it is wise to get help from us, your trusted immigration professionals. We can help this voyage in the sea of immigration paperwork and confusion to be of smooth sailing for you or your family members. Call us today!

Residency

Do you want to become a permanent part of this great country? If so there are some things you need to know about how to become a legal permanent resident. There are a number of ways that you may obtain legal permanent residency in the United States but the most common are through the sponsoring of a family member or through the sponsoring of an employer. If you have not been petitioned please call our offices so that we may give you some orientation as to whether you qualify to gain legal permanent residency through this or any other way. Your American future is our mission and we will work vigorously to help you and your family achieve it.

Asylum-

People who have fled from persecution in their home country may be granted political asylum status which allows them to stay in the U.S. To qualify you must have experienced persecution in the past, or have a well-founded fear of persecution in the future in your home country. This persecution must be on account on at least one of five grounds: your race, religion, nationality, political opinion or membership in a particular social group. This area of the law is quite complicated and more than 70 % of asylum cases of people who submit asylums without the help of a legal professional get denied which is why you need an attorney with experience in asylum law to help you submit your asylum. The opportunity to apply for asylum ends after a certain time of you being inside the United States so don’t delay, call us today!

Renewals

If you are part of the fortunate few who are legally able to obtain an employment authorization document and it is time to renew your document we can help.

The renewal of the employment authorization document depends on the reason it was awarded to you. There are different documentary requirements and different time frames in which you must apply to renew.

Immigration applications seem like an easy thing to complete on your own but the fact is that it is very easy to make mistakes and those mistakes can cost you much more than your legal employment. If your EAD card expires within the next 5 (five) months and you qualify to have it renewed, contact our offices so that we may asses your case and get your renewal started right away. Trust the professionals with experience call us today!

We renew: TPS, DACA, Legal Permanent Residence and more.

 

Asylum

People who have fled from persecution in their home country may be granted political asylum status which allows them to stay in the U.S. To qualify you must have experienced persecution in the past, or have a well-founded fear of persecution in the future in your home country. This persecution must be on account on at least one of five grounds: your race, religion, nationality, political opinion or membership in a particular social group. This area of the law is quite complicated and more than 70 % of asylum cases of people who submit asylums without the help of a legal professional get denied which is why you need an attorney with experience in asylum law to help you submit your asylum. The opportunity to apply for asylum ends after a certain time of you being inside the United States so don’t delay, call us today!

Family Petitions

Do you have close family members with legal status in the United States? If so, they may be able to help you immigrate.

Many people believe that they can handle the application process on their own but even small mistakes like checking a wrong box can delay your case significantly or end up in a denial. Contact us today so that we may take the burden of all that paper work off of your shoulders, especially if you have any complications in your case such as a criminal record, including that of the U.S. petitioner, an immigrating child who will soon turn 21. We have years of experience helping families immigrate to and stay in the United States. Keep your family united and give us a call today!

Waivers

Immigration Law has progressed to include waivers of inadmissibility for people who are trying to adjust their status to lawful permanent residents or are trying to become citizens and are subject to certain issues that bar them from being able to do so. The way these waivers work is comparable to a pardon which allows you to obtain the immigration benefit you are seeking once an argument has been made on your behalf and your waiver is approved. There are a wide variety of waivers that may apply to your case depending the benefit you are seeking and if you are inside the United States or outside the United States. These waivers cover a range of things like criminal conduct to unlawful presence and much more. This is an extremely complicated area of the law that varies from case to case thus it is very important to retain the assistance of legal counsel as every single case is different and an unfortunate mistake could potentially disqualify you from having your waiver approved. Call the professionals that will help you have a better chance at a prosperous future!

Records Search

COURT RECORDS- If you have ever had any arrests or been in any type of court proceeding, it is very important to get the full record of the proceeding. By examining the record we are able to determine if the arrest or arrests disqualify you from seeking the immigration benefit you are trying to obtain. Even if your charges were dropped, vacated or expunged immigration will still be able to see them and may be able to adjudicate your case taking them into consideration.

There are certain laws that encourage state officers to turn people over to immigration whom they have found out are not in lawful status. For this reason we do not advise that you try to retrieve them on your own.

Save yourself the time, money and risk. Contact our office so that we may take this burden off of your shoulders and get it right the first time.

We request: State Court Records, Immigration Court Records, FBI records, USCIS records, Arrest records, Border Patrol Records

Removal of Conditions

If you have received a conditional permanent residence instead of the permanent residence card your permanent residence you will need to submit an application to USCIS in order to remove the conditions and receive permanent status. Your permanent residence card is valid for two years after it is expedited to you. You must submit the paperwork to remove conditions 90 days before your card expires. If you do not remove the conditions your card will expire and you may not renew it. It is extremely important that you protect yourself and your family. Call us before your card expires so that we may start to work on your case. Don’t lose your benefits, act now!

U-VISA

Have you or an immediate family member been a victim of a crime within the United States? Sometimes unfortunate negative events can lead you into a positive new direction.

The government of the United States has set aside a special visa for victims of certain crimes who have suffered mental or physical abuse and are helpful to law enforcement or government officials in the investigation and or prosecution of criminal activity. This special law protects victims so that they may help law enforcement prosecute criminals and better serve victims of crime.

There are several eligibility requirements. If you have been the victim of a crime and you have filed a police report and cooperated with authorities give us a call so that we can fight for your rights under this special law. You must act quickly to protect your rights. The government of the United States wants to protect you and your family and wants justice to transpire. You and your family may qualify for this protection so don’t delay and make the call today!

Other services

Travel Permission on Advance Parole, Advance Parole for family members of Military, Invitation Letters , K-1 Fiancé visa, DACA, Humanitarian Parole, Humanitarian Visa, TPS, 10 year Cancellation of Removal, Consular Process, Extension of tourist visas, VAWA, Stay of removal, Attorney visit at detention centers Krome, BTC, Baker County and Glades, Fix errors on Cards, Deportation Defense, 245(i), NACARA… and much more.