Orlando Immigration Attorney
Legal Immigration into the United States
America has built a reputation through the ages as a melting pot of diversity, welcoming immigrants into the nation with open arms and equal opportunity. Through the years, however, immigration has proven to be far easier said than done. With illegal immigration taking center stage in the political spotlight, it is becoming increasingly important that any attempts at immigration are made with a comprehensive understanding of the applicable laws. Any mishandling of the case can lead to unnecessary complications and failure in your attempt to secure a visa or green card or to avoid removal.
For this reason, when you are facing any type of legal issue relating to federal immigration law, it is vital that you do not hesitate to seek the assistance of a knowledgeable Orlando immigration lawyer. By hiring a lawyer to guide you through the process and represent you with the authorities from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or the Department of State, you can greatly improve your chances of success. At
S.A. Young Law Firm, P.A. we understand how stressful and confusing it can be to work your way through the immigration process, and we offer you the benefit of our experience and dedication to results. To learn more about our practice areas, read on:
Areas of Practice
If you were being persecuted in your home country because of race, religion, sex, or political opinion, you have the right to seek asylum in the U.S. If granted asylum, you could apply for permanent residency after one year and would then be able to take steps toward naturalization.
Cancellation of Removal
Even if you have been selected for removal, it may not be too late to reverse the decision. An attorney from our firm may be able to help you petition for cancellation of removal, a type of legal relief that makes it possible under certain circumstances to avoid being deported.
Deportation / Removal
The first step of deportation is the notice to appear. If receive this notice, contact a legal professional as soon as possible for help with resolving the situation. The sooner you hire an attorney, the better your chances will be of avoiding removal from this country.
In order to bring family members to the U.S., you must first have been granted U.S. citizenship or have become a lawful permanent resident. There are several types of family-based immigrant visas, depending on the relationship between the foreign national and the U.S. citizen or green card holder.
A green card is technically referred to as a United States permanent resident card. This formal ID allows a person to apply for naturalization after five years.
Labor certifications allow companies to hire non-nationals if the companies are unable to find qualified workers in the U.S. for the job. Also known as an application for alien employment certification, this document could allow you to work in the U.S.
If you were not born a U.S. citizen, you can apply for naturalization. The Immigration and Nationality Act outlines a number of requirements for those who want to achieve the benefits of full citizenship, and we can guide you through every step of the process.
Becoming a lawful permanent resident by securing a green card has the potential to make your life far easier because it provides you with the security that comes with knowing that you have legally immigrated and can begin building a new life here. Unfortunately, green cards are in high demand and the process to get one can be challenging.
There are only two ways to become a U.S. citizen: by birth or through law. If you were not born a U.S. citizen, then you will have to obtain this status by completing the process of naturalization. Let an attorney from our team guide you throughout the entire process.
Types of Visas
The U.S. Department of State offers a variety of visitor visas,
work visas, and
family visas to meet different immigration needs, but this variety can make it difficult to choose the right one for your case. We can help you select the most appropriate type of immigrant or non-immigrant visa for you or your loved one.
United States immigration law is a highly complex subject that can often be confusing, even for those who work with it every day. Read through our answers to common questions about the areas of law we practice, and then contact us for a free consultation to learn more about how we can help you!
Dedicated Legal Assistance
If you are seeking legal guidance through the complex maze of immigration red tape, then you do not need to look any further than our firm. With our years of experience, we are able to assist our clients in their efforts to achieve specific immigration goals. Working personally with each of our clients and providing them with upfront cost information, there are never any hidden agendas or surprises along the way.
Whether you are looking for permanent citizenship or just pursuing temporary job opportunities, we are dedicated to client success and work exhaustively to offer the highest quality of legal support. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with our office immediately to learn more about what we can do on your behalf. Offering a free case evaluation it is our goal to get our client off on the right foot.
Call us today at (407) 901-4908 for further assistance!