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Orlando Immigration Lawyers

Making Your American Dream a Reality

Immigrating to the United States can be extremely difficult without qualified legal assistance, especially if you are not familiar with how to communicate with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Many are unfamiliar with the benefits that they may qualify for or how to effectively go about obtaining them.

At Angel Law Firm, PL, we are committed to helping you access the immigration benefits that you need to build a life in the United States. Our Orlando immigration attorneys are compassionate about solving the challenges that many immigrants face. We work tirelessly to get you the visa or the immigration protections that you need.

Explore your immigration options by calling (407) 337-8799 or contacting us online. Our Orlando immigration attorneys offer legal services in English and Spanish.

What Does an Immigration Lawyer Do?

An immigration attorney in Orlando can play a pivotal role during the immigration process, guiding individuals through the complex maze of U.S. immigration law. They provide legal advice and representation, help interpret the law and its nuances, and assist with filling out and submitting the appropriate legal paperwork. These attorneys understand the stakes and pressure that immigrants face and work diligently to ensure their clients' rights are protected and their best interests served.

Roles and Responsibilities of an Immigration Attorney

Orlando's best immigration lawyers undertake a variety of tasks and roles to support their clients. Here is a comprehensive list of what an immigration attorney can do for you:

  • Legal Consultation: An immigration attorney provides legal consultations, explains immigration laws and policies, and advises clients on the best course of action based on their specific cases.
  • Paperwork Assistance: They assist in filling out and submitting necessary immigration forms and paperwork, ensuring all submissions are accurate and timely to avoid any potential legal issues.
  • Representation in Court: If the need arises, an immigration lawyer represents their clients in court, providing a vigorous defense against deportation or removal proceedings.
  • Application Reviews: Immigration attorneys review visa, green card, and citizenship applications, ensuring they are correctly completed and have a higher chance of approval.
  • Appeals and Waivers: The best immigration lawyers in Orlando assist with appeals and waivers, challenging denied applications or helping clients obtain waivers for certain eligibility requirements.
  • Case Updates: They keenly monitor your case, keeping you informed about its progress, any changes in immigration law that may affect you, and what steps to take next.
  • Preparation for Interviews: Immigration attorneys prepare their clients for USCIS interviews, advising them on how to answer potential questions and what documents to bring.
  • Advocacy: An immigration attorney advocates for their client's rights, ensuring they are treated fairly and their interests are protected throughout the immigration process.

To understand how these services can be tailored to your specific needs, consider reaching out to an immigration lawyer near you.

Florida Immigration Services Offered by Our Orlando Immigration Attorneys:

  • Asylum & Refugee Status. If you fear future persecution on the basis of your race, religion, nationality, political beliefs, or membership in a particular social group should you return to your home country, you may qualify for asylum or refugee protection in the United States. Both asylee and refugee status allow beneficiaries to live and work in the U.S. indefinitely. They also have pathways to lawful permanent residency and U.S. citizenship. However, obtaining asylee or refugee status can be extremely challenging and rely on difficult-to-obtain evidence. We can assess your situation, determine if you have a case, and work with you to get the protections that you need.
  • Family Visas. United States citizens and lawful permanent residents have the ability to sponsor qualifying loved ones for green cards, which confer lawful permanent residency and a pathway to U.S. citizenship. The sponsoring process is complex and can be difficult to navigate, with different types of family members divided across two categories. Immediate relatives include spouses and unmarried children (under the age of 21) of U.S. citizens. Family preference relatives include the spouses, parents, and unmarried children under the age of 21 of lawful permanent residents as well as the parents, siblings, and adult children of U.S. citizens. The category under which someone is sponsored will determine the speed at which they can ultimately be granted a visa. Our team can effectively work with your family throughout this process and help your loved ones obtain their green cards as efficiently as possible.
  • Marriage Visas. U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents can sponsor their spouses for lawful permanent residency status. USCIS heavily scrutinizes these arrangements for marriage fraud and requires an exhaustive level of evidence that proves the legitimacy of the relationship. Younger marriages will result in the issuing of conditional green cards, which must undergo additional processes in order to “remove conditions” and further prove the authenticity of the marriage. We can guide you through the steps required to obtaining a marriage visa and ensure your petition includes a sufficient level of evidence and is successful.
  • DACA Status. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is an immigration program designed to extend relief to undocumented individuals who entered the United States as children. The DACA program grants work authorizations and protects beneficiaries from removal efforts. However, it does not currently offer a means to pursue lawful permanent residency or citizenship. Understanding the program’s complex eligibility requirements can be difficult, but our team can determine if you qualify and how best to approach your application. We can also assist in DACA renewals.
  • LGBTQ Immigration. Individuals with LGBTQ sexual orientations or gender identities can often face unique challenges when pursuing immigration benefits. We are experienced with handling LGBTQ clients and their families and can help you navigate a number of common conflicts, including difficulty in pursuing marriage-based visas and seeking asylum or refugee status on account of your belonging to a particular social group.
  • Temporary Protective Status (TPS). This status is offered to protect nationals of certain countries, such as Venezuela, Honduras, El Salvador, Haiti, Nepal, Nicaragua, Somalia, Sudan & South Sudan, Syria and Yemen, who are unable to return home safely due to conditions or circumstances preventing their country from adequately handling their return. Our attorneys are knowledgeable in assisting you gather the appropriate documentation to support your application for this petition to ensure your request and the benefits derived from the TPS, such as employment authorization and parole advance to travel, are successfully obtained.
  • Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Cases. Victims of domestic violence, serious crimes, child abuse, elder abuse, or human trafficking may qualify for immigration relief under VAWA and similar legislation. Our team can assist you in pursuing U visas and T visas. We can also help you “self-petition” in situations of abuse or remove conditions after divorcing an abusive spouse.
  • Consular Processing. When you are seeking to immigrate to the United States but are currently located abroad, you will pursue your visa through “consular processing” at your home country’s American embassy or consular office. We have the tools, resources, and experience to guide you through this process.
  • Adjustment of Status. If you are already located in the United States on a nonimmigrant visa or some other basis, you can attempt to “adjust your status” to lawful permanent residency. We are intimately familiar with the procedural mechanisms involved in this process and help you avoid common errors.
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