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If you're planning to apply for a visa, let our firm help! While it can be a long road, the benefits you'll receive as a result are well worth it, especially with our team by your side. Whether you're just beginning or have already begun filling out forms, there is no better time to secure representation.

It's not easy to navigate the U.S. immigration process amidst confusing paperwork and language barriers. Our Miami immigration attorneys have firsthand experience doing just that, having represented people in similar situations for over 50 years. We believe every individual deserves an advocate and we are more than prepared to be your liaison during this exciting, but challenging time.

What kinds of visas are available to me?

There are essentially two types of visas: immigrant visas and nonimmigrant visas. An immigrant visa allows applicants to live permanently in the United States, hold a job, and enjoy other citizenship privileges. A nonimmigrant visa, however, is only temporary and is issued for a certain length of time and specific purpose. Most who apply for a nonimmigrant visa are planning to come to the U.S. for medical, employment, or travel purposes.

As a U.S. citizen, you have the right to:

  • Bring family members to the U.S.
  • Apply for federal jobs
  • Travel with a U.S. passport
  • Vote in federal elections
  • Obtain citizenship for your children

An immigrant visa is also known as a green card and enforces eligibility requirements before immigrants can apply. If you are eligible, there are a number of forms to fill out and submit to U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS).

While it varies from case to case, the entire immigration process can take months and even years for applicants. Hiring an immigration attorney in Miami can give you an advantage that many other people don't have. Our firm will assess your eligibility, assist you in filling out forms, and answer your questions along the way.

Don't put off something that can change your life forever. Call our firm to schedule your free consultation and begin pursuing U.S. citizenship!We offer legal counsel in Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, and Dutch.