Deportation is a frightening thing to face, it can rip families apart, destroy lives and have other serious effects on individuals and families. However, with the help of a Tampa immigration attorney at our firm you can be confident in the outcome of your case. Our Tampa immigration lawyers have years of experience successfully advocating against deportation. Often, we are able to effectively fight the deportation of our clients by petitioning for cancellation of removal orders, adjustment of status, waivers, and using mistakes made by immigration officers to our client's advantage. Our experience helps us know exactly what immigration judges are looking for in deportation hearings and we work tirelessly to provide the evidence and witnesses necessary to persuade the court to rule against deportation. We understand that keeping your family together and staying in the U.S. is important and you can rest assured we will handle these matters with dedicated and aggressive legal representation on your behalf.
Under current immigration law, U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents can petition to have family members living abroad join them in the United States. Family based immigration can allow for children, siblings, parents, and a spouse or fiancée to enter the U.S. and become lawful permanent residents. However, family based immigration can be a very difficult process if you do not have competent legal representation assisting you. It is important that you hire a Tampa immigration lawyer who has a thorough understanding of the family based immigration process and requirements. Failure to hire a competent attorney could result in a denial of your application and years of delays. If you need help obtaining a family based visa you can contact Florida Law Advisers, P.A. Our Tampa immigration lawyers have a thorough understanding of the family based immigration visa process and can use their skill and experience to help you reunite with your family as quickly and easily as possible.
At Florida Law Advisers, P.A., we help both individuals and businesses in all immigration related matters. We can help individuals obtain employment visas that may allow them to come to the U.S. and remain here on either a temporary or permanent basis. We also help businesses bring foreign workers to the U.S. and ensure they are compliant with all employment immigration laws. Employment based immigration can be a very difficult and lengthy process if you do not have competent legal counsel. The law is very complex and constantly changing. Each year, there are new requirements, new types of employment that may have preference, and new procedures for security of the country. The Tampa immigration attorneys at Florida Law Advisers, P.A. are always up-to-date on recent changes in the law and are proficient in obtaining employment based visas for both employees and businesses. For more information on how we can help with your employment based immigration needs, please contact us by either telephone, website, or email.
A K-1 visa or fiancé visa is a temporary visa, which allows a fiancé of a U.S. citizen to enter the United States, get married, and then become a permanent resident. The K-1 visa is temporary, the couple must marry within 90 days of the visa being issued, or else the visa will expire and the fiancé may be forced to leave the U.S. There are several requirements the couple must satisfy in order for a K-1 visa to be issued. In addition, the couple will need to file petitions with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to adjust the temporary status to permanent resident status within the time allotted.
Speaking with a Tampa immigration attorney at our firm can help you understand exactly how the fiancé visa program works and eliminate delays. Obtaining a fiancé visa is an exciting time in a person's life and we are here to help. Our Tampa immigration attorneys can answer your questions, prepare the necessary documents, and manage your application throughout the visa process.
If you have been a permanent resident for a minimum of five years, or a permanent resident for at least three years while married to a U.S. citizen, or have served honorably in the U.S. military you may be eligible to become a U.S. citizen through naturalization. Applicants should be aware that when applying for citizenship there will be an extensive investigation of the five year period immediately preceding your application. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (U.S.C.I.S.) will investigate and ask questions concerning any prior criminal charges and your moral character.
It is important that you know exactly what the U.S.C.I.S. is looking for and how to respond to their concerns, failure to do so can result in denial of your citizenship application. At Florida law Advisers, P.A. we know exactly what it takes to achieve citizenship. We guide our clients throughout the naturalization process, and make sure they are well prepared for any inquiry the U.S.C.I.S may make.
At Florida Law Advisers, P.A. a Tampa immigration attorney will review all of the details of your case and develop a comprehensive legal strategy based on your specific, individualized needs. We will thoroughly explain the customized legal strategy for your case, answer all of your questions, and navigate your case through the appropriate federal agencies. To find out more on how a Tampa immigration lawyer at our firm can help you, contact us today to schedule a free consultation.