The United States still remains the number one destination for relocating to live and work, and ultimately for people seeking to fulfill their dreams. Every year thousands of people apply to enter the United States through the United States citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) agency.

Currently, there are several ways for a foreign national to immigrate to the United States, whether that is for a visit, work, or to reside permanently. Regardless of the reason for applying, the process to apply can be extremely complex and lengthy. As such, if you need to have an immigration issues that you wish to have resolved in a timely and successful manner, you should consider having a qualified and proven Florida immigration attorney to assist you.

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Visa, Green Card & Immigration Lawyers in Florida

Our experienced legal team has applied their extensive experiences, knowledge of United States immigration law, and familiarity with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to assist numerous individuals, families, and employers in a variety of immigration-related matters. Let our experience and consistent record of success at Boyer Law Firm, P.L., help you navigate through the complex procedures with ease.

What is The Purpose of an Immigration Attorney?

Immigration law is one of the most complex areas of law and one in which is constantly changing. An immigration attorney can assist in navigating through this process as a single error or missed deadline can leave your status at risk and can lead to deportation or removal. Boyer Law Firm offers comprehensive immigration services lead by our managing attorney, who is board certified in international law. Our focus on immigration law keeps us, and our clients, up to speed with every development in this constantly changing legal area.

Why Should Hire an Immigration Attorney?

No two people are alike, and no two immigration issues are identical. Most people finding themselves facing immigration issues are often coupled with a number of different challenges. It is wise to consider hiring an immigration attorney to handle these challenges as the terminology in immigration documents can be confusing, there is likely no template example to follow, and the laws regarding immigration are often complex and evolving.

As the process can be very difficult, your immigration application may result in greater success when you utilize the education and experience of a best immigration attorney you can find to assist you with immigration challenges.

 

What Can You Expect from Immigration Services at Boyer Law Firm?

The experienced lawyers and professionals at Boyer Law Firm, P.L. can provide thorough assistance in a variety of immigration matters to individuals, families, and even American employers.

Here at Boyer Law Firm, our extensive experience and knowledge of the United States immigration law, including voluminous contact with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). We have assisted numerous clients through the process and have maintained a record of success.

We handle complex immigration and naturalization matters, representing individuals from various parts of the world, including France, Canada, Mexico, Central America, the Middle East, and the Balkans.

Immigrant vs Non-Immigrant Visa

It is vital to receive the correct visa for your particular visit as no two visas are alike. Currently, there are over 20 types of non- immigrant visas. Essentially, a nonimmigrant visa allows a non-citizen to stay in the United States for a specific period of time, for a specific purpose. However, due to the vast variety of visas and the different purposes of the visas, it is important to understand which type of visa best meets your individual needs.

Additionally, it is important to note that not all nonimmigrant visas allow for spouses or children to accompany the holder of the visa and therefore, anyone seeking such visa must pay particular attention to the type of visa they are selecting. Let one of our experienced attorneys help you explain and assist you in applying for the type of visa that best suits your unique needs.

Immigration Services Provided at Boyer Law Firm

Our Florida immigration attorneys are ready to assist you in the following areas of immigration:

Business & Investor Visas

B-1 / B2 Temporary Visitor visa

E-1 Treaty Trader visa

E-2 Treaty Investor visa

L-1 Intra-company Transferee Executive or Manager visa

J-1 Exchange Visitor Visa

R-1 Temporary Religious Workers visa

Change of Status

Employment Immigration

Sponsor Yourself

Sponsor an Employee

Investment Immigration

Family Immigration

Adjustment of Status (Green Card)

Consular Processing

K-1 Fiancé(e) Visa

Removal or Lifting of Conditions on Permanent Residency

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Permanent Residence (Green Cards)

Citizenship and Naturalization

Civics / English Language Test Waiver

Business and Employment-Based Immigration

Much like non-immigration visas, there are numerous types of temporary (non-immigrant) work visas. available for business and employment-based immigration to the United States.

Additionally, there are employment-based immigration visa’s that allow non-residents to live permanently in the United stated thorough a permanent (immigrant) work visa. Often individuals become permanent residents in the United States through employment. It is important to remember that until the final stages of applying for a green card are completed, a non-permanent resident must maintain some legal basis for continuing to reside in the united State.

Regardless of whether you are employer-sponsored or self-sponsored, our firm is here to help you in submitting the correct, proper, and complete application for a visa. Our firm represents a range of employees from seasonal workers to highly educated and highly skilled people, including healthcare workers, athletes, religious workers, investors, and many many more.

For more information on Business and Employment-Based Immigration, visit our page dedicated to the topic.

Family-Sponsored Immigration

Numerous individuals obtain permanent residency through family members already established in the United States. Unfortunate, however, not all familial relationships qualify for sponsorship. US citizens are able to sponsor an unlimited number of qualifying individuals to obtain visa’s, while green card holders are only eligible to sponsor a limited number of people based on the availability of visas.

When applying for a qualifying relationship, and ultimately a green card, there are numerous terms and important definitions that can be confusing and difficult to understand such as consular processing, residency, and adjustment of status.

An experienced attorney can help you navigate and understand the complex terminology and help you through the process to bring your family together.

Family-Sponsored Visas Available for:

Spouse

Siblings

Parents

Fiancé(e)

Children

If you or a family member needs help from an experienced family immigration lawyer, please call or e-mail today and tell us about your situation.

Obtaining Citizenship Through Naturalization

Naturalization is the process by which US citizenship is granted to a lawful permanent resident. Choosing to convert your resident status into that of a naturalized US citizen requires meeting specific eligibility requirements as established by Congress. U.S. citizen has several benefits including protection from deportation, right to vote, participate in a jury, and eligibility for jobs requiring U.S. citizenship, such as certain U.S. government positions.

A qualified immigration attorney will guide you through the numerous requirements, tests, applications, and other procedures to keep you on the path to naturalization.

Our Commitment

Regardless of your immigration need, our firm is committed to handle you matter competently and efficiently. By working with our firm, you can save yourself time, money, and frustration allowing your decision to come the United States remain an exciting experience. Call us today at (305) 921-9665 for a case evaluation.

Our client roster is as diverse as our staff serving them. Languages spoken by our professional and support staff include English, French, Spanish, Croatian, Bosnian and Turkish.