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Immigration Lawyer in Coral Springs, FL

Finding an immigration lawyer in Coral Springs, Florida can be one of the most important decisions you make for you or your family while you are dealing with any sort of immigration issues or processes. Whether you are facing the potential of deportation from the United States, require assistance with forms for a green card, would like to bring a family member into the country, or anything else regarding immigration, an experienced attorney will be an enormous asset. With the help of a dedicated immigration lawyer, you can be confident that you are meeting all deadlines, completing all required forms, and that you are following all procedures exactly as they are required.

Read more below about some specific situations where an immigration lawyer can help you, but keep in mind that there are many more ways that we will be able to assist you. Whether or not you see an example below that resembles the circumstances you are in, contact us as soon as possible to schedule a telephone consultation in order to understand how we can help you specifically.

What Is an Immigration Lawyer, and How Can They Help?

An immigration lawyer is an attorney who focuses on representing clients for all matters relating to immigration into the United States. There is a wide range of things that your attorney can help you with, even if it is as simple as double-checking your paperwork to make sure that you are submitting everything properly.

Below are some common things that an immigration attorney can work with you on, but again, contact us immediately to discuss your specific situation with a lawyer today. If you do not see anything below that resembles the help you need, call now to learn more about exactly how we can help you and how to begin the process as soon as possible.

Below are some common things that an immigration lawyer works on with clients:

Work Visas

There are a variety of work visas that are issued by the United States, and each pertains to a very specific situation. In some cases, a multinational corporation will relocate employees from one country to another, which requires a specifics type of work visa with a specific set of paperwork. In many cases with major companies, they will have an internal legal team handle all of this work.

In other situations, work visas may be extended to visiting professors or other participants in academic pursuits, temporary workers, charity employees, and more. If you are planning to travel to the United States to work, no matter how short your trip may be, you will need to receive a work visa in order to legally perform your duties. Contact us today to learn about the appropriate course of action for your specific needs, and we can begin the process immediately.

Family Visas

Family visas, like work visas, are extended to people for a variety of reasons that each have their own specific requirements. The most immediate visas, and the most likely to be issued, is for juvenile children of a U.S. citizen, the parents of a U.S. citizen, or the spouse of a U.S. citizen. If you are not a U.S. citizen, you must hold a certain type of visa that will allow you to also bring your family with you.

There are more complex processes for family visas available, that involve bringing family to the country if you are not a naturalized citizen, or the family members that you are requesting to bring are of more distant (or less dependent) relation. This includes siblings or adult children. Keep in mind that simply because the process is more complex, it does not mean that you will not be able to get the outcome you need. This is when an attorney can be extremely helpful.

Deportation Defense

The threat of deportation can be extremely upsetting and life-changing for you, your family, your loved ones, and everyone else involved with the person who may be deported. There are a variety of reasons that a resident of the United States can be ordered to be deported back to their country of origin, but it is important that each person has fair representation, a fair court case, and an outcome that makes sense.

Without the help of an attorney, a deportation case can go very wrong for the defendant, simply because of the complexity of the situation and the legal framework that goes into each case. It is therefore essential that anyone facing a deportation case retains the help of an experienced lawyer to make sure that they are working towards the best possible outcome.

Green Cards

Green cards, otherwise known as Permanent Resident Card, is issued to individuals who have completed a series of requirements and is allowed to remain in the country permanently. Having a green card does NOT mean that the person is a citizen of the United States, and although they are able to enjoy more rights and privileges than a visitor with a temporary visa, there are still many things that the holder must be aware of that could possibly jeopardize their situation.

The application for a green card can be complicated, and the help of an attorney can be indispensable.


Naturalization is the process of becoming a full American citizen. There are many different paths towards citizenship that a person can take, but each has a specific set of requirements that must be met in order to be approved. In addition to these requirements, the forms and paperwork that come along with this process are extensive, and can be extremely overwhelming. In order to make sure that each form is properly completed, that each requirement is met, and that filings are submitted at the appropriate times, hiring an attorney is an extremely responsible idea.

Without an attorney, you will need to learn about each of these forms, the terms and questions being asked, and will need to develop a deep understanding of the overall immigration process. Instead, you can be confident that your attorney is working through the details while you are able to focus on the rest of your life as you prepare to become an official American citizen.

Immigration Appeals

For any process in the immigration system, there is a possibility of appealing a finding. Depending on the complexity of the situation, the appeals process can be extremely long and complicated, and may ultimately end with an entirely new case if the appeal is accepted.

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Regardless of the situation you are facing in regards to immigration policy or process in the United States, contact our firm today to speak with an experienced attorney about how you can benefit from the help of a lawyer.