Miami Immigration Lawyers focus on the practice of law in the area of immigration and citizenship. They are dedicated to the laws of the United States and provide services to clients throughout South Florida and the country.
If you face persecution in your home country based on your nationality, race, political opinion, religion or social activities, you may be eligible for asylum in the US.
The United States is a country of immigrants, and many people want to live, work and invest here. However, immigration is subject to strict laws established by the federal government. Immigration lawyers in Miami can help you navigate the complex process of obtaining a visa or citizenship.
The firm of Kurzban Tetzeli & Pratt has been helping families, individuals and businesses with immigration law matters for more than 30 years. The lead attorney, Ira Kurzban, is the author of “Kurzban’s Immigration Law Sourcebook,” which has been cited by legal peers and judges as an authoritative reference for all aspects of U.S. immigration and naturalization law.
The immigration attorneys at Saleh & Associates handle all types of family, business and employment-based immigration cases for clients throughout Florida. They are dedicated to providing compassionate, caring representation for a wide range of immigration matters, including asylum, deportation defense, EB-5 investment visas, and criminal and removal proceedings. They are Board-Certified in Immigration and Nationality Law by the State of Florida.
The Miami area is a magnet for people who are seeking family reunification, economic opportunity and safety from persecution. Whether you are trying to build a business in the city, seeking asylum in this country, or simply want to bring your loved ones here, working with an experienced Miami immigration lawyer can save you from costly mistakes and ensure that you remain in compliance with all applicable laws.
Daniel B Sibirsky is committed to leveraging his legal expertise and knowledge to effectively meet the needs of each client. He is fluent in English and Spanish, which allows him to serve a diverse clientele.
His firm specializes in employment-based immigration cases, family-based visas, naturalization and citizenship applications, deportation defense, and federal litigation. Their attorneys are skilled in devising the most effective strategies to receive approval in PERM Labor Certification cases, NIW Petitions and EB-1 Green Cards under Alien of Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Professor or Researcher or Multinational Executive or Manager categories.
Immigration lawyers are a valuable resource for those who are seeking citizenship in the United States. Citizenship comes with various benefits and responsibilities, and the process of becoming one can be daunting without legal help.
Immigration attorneys have the knowledge and experience to provide a wide range of services related to family-based green card petitions, including PERM Labor Certification, National Interest Waiver (NIW), EB-1 and EB-2 Green Card applications based on extraordinary ability, multinational executive/manager or research or professor categories. They also have the skills to assist with political asylum cases for individuals who are facing persecution in their home country on the basis of their religion, race, political opinion or membership in a social group, among other reasons.
Permanent residents who meet certain criteria can apply for naturalization after a wait period of five years, and those who have completed military service may be eligible to obtain citizenship after three or five years, depending on their particular circumstances.
If you are facing removal or deportation from the United States, you should seek an experienced Miami Immigration Lawyer as soon as possible. Removal from the country can jeopardize your livelihood and split you from family members for good.
If the government initiates removal proceedings against you, it will serve you with a Notice to Appear in Immigration Court. The judge at this individual hearing will determine whether you should remain in the United States. If the judge rules in your favor, he or she may grant you permanent resident status if you were continuously physically present in the country for at least 7 years and have children, spouses or parents who are citizens or lawful residents of the United States.
Our attorneys will work hard to help you establish your credibility in court, present strong evidence and develop a compelling legal argument to support your case for deportation relief. We will also prepare you for your individual hearing and file any necessary appeals if needed.