Miami Immigration Attorney
Obtaining Visas, Green Cards and Citizenship
Being faced with immigration problems requires the services of an aggressive Miami criminal defense lawyer from Seltzer Law, PA. While we cannot make any guarantees as to the outcome of your case, we can offer you experienced legal services that have resulted in countless favorable results for our clients. Our attorneys fight tirelessly toward achieving your immigration goals and treat these matters with great importance.
Immigration has become an important public issue. Going through the immigration process legally can take years and involves meeting very specific requirements. The United States government is doing everything it can to enforce the law and control illegal immigration and violation of immigration rules and regulations is a federal crime, punishable under federal guidelines.
An experienced immigration attorney can make obtaining an immigrant visa or non-immigrant visa a lot easier. This is accomplished by providing in-depth knowledge of the process, requirements and the most common problems encountered by applicants. There are numerous types of visas and avenues that can allow non-citizens to work and live legally in the United States. An attorney from our firm can help you identify the ones that fit your situation best and strive to expedite your application process.
Immigration Criminal Defense in Miami
Our firm can also help if you are already in the United States and are facing deportation, removal or federal prosecution. You may not have many of the rights granted to United States citizens that are facing prosecution for federal crimes. Non-citizens may be removed based on a prior arrest, a criminal conviction or due to the expiration of a visa or other legal status. Everyone who is facing deportation or removal is entitled to a hearing and representation by a licensed attorney skilled in
criminal defense. You want a firm who can help protect your rights when working with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (formerly Immigration and Naturalization Services).
We assist clients to obtain lawful permanent residency (a green card), citizenship, visas, work permits or other immigration documents. Our firm also represents clients who have been previously deported, caught attempting to enter or reenter the United States illegally, accused of aiding an illegal alien or charged with using fraudulent immigration documents.
For more information, see Florida Statute 322.08: Application for license.