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Our qualified and experienced team at US Immigration Law Counsel provides personalized legal solutions to help our clients in all areas of immigration law. We offer a full suite of immigration law services – from helping spouses and family members sponsor their loved ones, to helping employers interested in hiring foreign workers. Our team has the expertise to guide you through the full process.

The 3-year bar, the 10-year bar, and the permanent bar were created as part of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (IIRAIRA) of 1996...
The A Visa category, otherwise known as a diplomatic visa, is reserved for diplomats or foreign government officials who are visiting the United States specifically for official work on behalf of their governments.
Es importante saber que, en muchas ocasiones, no es necesario contar con los servicios de un abogado cuando usted solicita…
Adjustment of status refers to applying for lawful permanent resident status while being present in the United States. Lawful Permanent Residency…
The term "aggravated felony" carries significant weight within criminal law and immigration. It refers to a specific category of crimes…
Asylum status allows individuals to remain in the U.S. because they could be harmed if they stay in their country…
A B visa is a temporary, non-immigrant visa. There are two different types of this visa. Depending on your type,…
A B visa is a temporary, non-immigrant visa. There are two different types of this visa. Depending on your type,…
The Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) is an appellate body within the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) of the…
When you require an investment visa, a business and investment visa attorney in Florida can help. Securing a green card…
Case analysis is the in-depth examination of a particular case or situation to gain insight into an issue and propose…
Those wishing to immigrate to the United States must typically go through consular processing in their home countries. It is…
Many children are born abroad to U.S. citizen parents. In the event of a birth abroad, a parent can obtain…
Crimes involving moral turpitude are offenses that reflect a person's moral character and involve dishonesty, fraud, or malicious intent. CIMT are…
The Cuban Adjustment Act is a U.S. federal law that was enacted in 1966. The law provides a pathway to…
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was created in 2012 to provide temporary relief from deportation to certain…
Under the Trump administration and the growing threat of continued ICE raids in Florida and across the country, deportations and…
One of the main ways to become a citizen of the United States is through acquiring Derivative Citizenship. This type…
The E-1 nonimmigrant visa, also known as the Treaty Trader visa, allows individuals from certain countries to enter the United…
An E-2 visa is a type of nonimmigrant visa that allows a national of a treaty country to enter the…
The E-3 visa was created to allow Australian nationals to work in the United States on a temporary basis. It…
Of all the employment-based immigrant visas, EB-1 visas offer one of the most direct paths to permanent resident status for…
A National Interest Waiver is a type of petition that allows a beneficiary with an advanced degree or exceptional abilities…
The EB-3 visa, also known as the Third Preference Worker visa, enables U.S. employers to bridge gaps in their workforce…
The EB-5 Visa is a special type of visa that allows foreign investors to obtain legal permanent residency in the…
An F-1 visa is the type of visa that someone will need to be approved for if they wish to…
The Types of Family Visas in Florida The type of family visa that will be best for you will depend…
If you lie on your visa application, the consequences could be serious. Deliberately falsifying information on your application is enough…
H-1B visas are for individuals who can get employment from U.S. companies. Typically, their professions require certain expertise. Many of…
If you’re an American employer, you can hire workers from Chile or Singapore. However, you first need to sponsor the…
The H-2B visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows foreign nationals to work temporarily in the United States in non-agricultural…
Humanitarian Parole is a relief that allows individuals outside of the U.S. to enter the country temporarily for urgent humanitarian…
Humanitarian reinstatement is an immigration relief that the USCIS may provide to a beneficiary when a sponsoring family member passes…
Foreign nationals who have been determined to be inadmissible for entry into the U.S. may be able to overcome their…
I-601 waivers can be filed by noncitizens who are inadmissible to the United States and are seeking to apply for…
When you are faced with a serious immigration matter that requires going before a judge, having a qualified immigration attorney…
Florida Immigration Law Council offers a variety of immigration services for immigration matters. We have multiple locations throughout South Florida and…
The J-1 visa is a non-immigrant exchange visitor visa issued by the United States to individuals participating in approved exchange…
With K-1 visas K-2 visas, families can come and stay together. Here at the U.S. Immigration Law Counsel, we know…
A long-distance relationship isn’t easy. Fortunately, you and your spouse might not need to remain apart for too long. Thanks…
The L-1A visa is a type of visa that allows multinational companies to transfer their executives or managers to their…
A labor certification is a legal document that U.S. employers must complete in order to hire…
The interview is the final step in your marriage green card process, and you will absolutely need to complete the…
Military naturalization is a process that allows current and former members of the U.S. armed forces to become U.S. citizens…
The Military Parole in Place policy allows certain undocumented U.S. military personnel and their qualifying family members to apply for…
After the immigration court makes an unfavorable decision regarding a case, the parties involved have the right to appeal the…
For many individuals, American citizenship is the gold standard. While tourists and permanent residents can enjoy some of the perks…
The New Office L-1A visa is a non-immigrant visa category that allows multinational companies to transfer an executive or manager…
Qualifying foreign nationals who hold non-immigrant visas in the U.S. can request an extension of stay (EOS) or change of status…
The Immigration Act of 1990 paved the way for O visas as we know them today. O visas are specifically designed for…
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) uses order of supervision (OSUP) tools to monitor and track undocumented immigrants living…
P visas are reserved for elite figures such as athletes and entertainers who are internationally recognized based on their high…
The I-601A waiver is a provision available to certain foreign nationals who are immediate relatives of U.S. citizens. This waiver,…
A conditional green card is a temporary document that is only valid for two years. Due to this, an immigrant…
Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is a temporary immigration status granted to nationals of certain countries that are experiencing problems that…
The TN Nafta visa is also referred to as the TN visa. Created by the North American Free Trade Agreement,…
A “T” visa is a temporary immigration benefit that grants legal status in the U.S. to noncitizen victims of severe…
Have you ever had to call the police on someone or witnessed a crime and helped the police out? If…
The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) was passed by Congress in 1994 to address the unique issues that victims of…
In life, mistakes are going to happen. Lapses of judgements are going to be made, even big ones. However, when…
If an individual has been waiting for the court to take action on a case, they may be able to…

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Scheduling Strategy Sessions

How can I schedule a strategy session?
Online on our website or by calling the office.

What information will I need to provide when booking a strategy session?
Your Name, Phone Number, Email, Referral, Reason for Strategy Session, and Payment.

Are there specific hours for scheduling my appointment?
Online: 24/7; By Phone: 7 am-9 pm Monday – Friday; and 9 am-3 pm Saturday – Sunday

Are strategy sessions in-person, over the phone, or virtual?
All three options are available to you.

Will I be charged a strategy session fee, and how will it be handled?
$200 for a regular strategy session, and by an agent or online.

Will somebody contact me prior to the strategy session?
Yes, we have a dedicated Pre-consultation Department that will contact you to get all your personal information and request documents before your scheduled strategy session to prepare our attorneys beforehand on the details of your situation. Be prepared to provide details about your immigration matter to the pre-consultation associate, including relevant dates and actions taken.

What documents should I send?
Following your pre-consultation session, the associate will email instructions to you for sending us documents. You will be asked to provide documents for the attorneys to review such as identity documents, biographic documents, previous immigration filings, and/or criminal documents. The associate will also request other necessary documents from you on a case-by-case basis, prior to the strategy session.

How should I submit my documents before the appointment?
Send to leads@us-ilc.com

How can I pay my strategy session fees and other service fees?
Online payment, Zelle, Venmo, PayPal, in-person cash.

Are there payment plans available?
Not for a strategy session fee. There is a payment plan once a contract is signed.

What is the refund policy for the strategy session fees?
The $200.00 charged for each strategy session is a Nonrefundable Strategy Session fee. This fee will be credited to your case if you choose to proceed with our legal services within 7 days of your strategy session.