Speaking with a qualified attorney can give you great peace of mind during this trying time. It does not matter if your family member or loved one is outside of the state. We can help!
The time for you to get your Green Card is now. The situations listed above may apply to you or a spouse or family member. No matter what your case is, if you are having trouble with immigration issues, you need the help of a sympathetic and caring attorney. Your best course of action is to contact us immediately. We can help you with the necessary documents and other issues you need to resolve before legally immigrate to the United States. If you are already in the country, we will help you find a legal way to become a full citizen by getting you your Green Card.
If you need to solve your immigration issues and get your Green Card, you need an attorney who gets excellent results. We will work with you to resolve your issue in a quick and timely manner. Whether you are fighting for yourself or a loved one, we will give you the ultimate professional representation to get you the justice you deserve. If you are ready to take your case to court, we are prepared to assist you in every way we can. Get in touch with the law office of attorney Nicole Alvarez today to learn more about what we can do on your behalf.
There are many benefits to becoming an asylee. First, you would be protected from being forced to return to your home country. An asylee, you could apply for a Social Security card, legally obtain employment in the United States, and be eligible to file petitions for family-based immigration. After one year, you can even apply for status as a permanent resident in the United States. Permanent residence then opens the door of opportunity for full United States citizenship.
The two main methods of applying for asylum are either through the affirmative or defensive processes. In either case, the asylum seeker bears the burden of proving that they are a genuine refugee. Asylum seekers only have one year after their arrival in the United States to apply for asylum, so the time of filing is essential. If you are considering filing an asylum petition in or around Miami, contact immigration attorney Nicole Alvarez for representation in filing your asylum petition.
You can see how this road to becoming a U.S. citizen can feel confusing. But attorney Nicole Alvarez, an experienced Florida citizenship lawyer, helps you understand the laws. We will help you ensure you adhere to all of the government requirements for taking your oath as a new American.
The process of naturalization starts with ensuring you meet eligibility requirements for your application, such as being a legal adult. You also must meet one or more other criteria, including being a permanent resident in the U.S. for five years, being married to an American citizen for three years or serving in the military. Citizen parents of children born overseas can also apply for their child's citizenship.
Deciding to transition from having a Green Card to becoming a legal citizen is a big one, indeed. American citizenship attorney Nicole Alvarez knows what this process means to you and will help you understand issues that complicate the process, like having an expired visa, criminal history or deportation defense claims. But the benefits of being a citizen far outweigh the paperwork, interviews and other steps in the end.
Family-based immigration might seem like a right, but it's a complicated task that requires the knowledge of an experienced and effective immigration lawyer. We can guide you through the process.
There are more suitable applicants for admission to the United States than the number of available visas. Since many visas are issued based on the date that applications were filed, they might not be given to an applicant until it's their turn in line. That waiting period could be years. Attorney Nicole Alvarez might be able to help you get through that line faster.
Bringing a family member into the United States isn't easy. You're going to want an immigration attorney who is result-oriented and can be trusted. You'll want all of the paperwork completed correctly, with all required supporting documentation accompanying the petition. Nicole Alvarez is committed to using all legal means to help reunite you and your family. The sooner you begin that process, the sooner you can be reunited with your family.
There is much to know about American immigration law, particularly for visas. So you need a Florida lawyer with the proper knowledge, background and focus on this type of law. You need one able to represent you like they do others seeking visas for themselves and loved ones around the globe.
More than one in every three visa applications gets delayed or denied. This denial can come from any direction, with many U.S. government agencies involved in the process. But with attorney Nicole Alvarez by your side, you benefit from a far greater chance of gaining the timely approval you need. She possesses the experience, training and knowledge required to make individual and family sponsorship less complex.
With our help, you will be well-informed, supported, represented and calm throughout your individual and family visas process. With attorney Nicole Alvarez helping you, you can concentrate more on your life in America or awaiting your loved one's arrival with less worry. She uses her attention to detail and vast knowledge of U.S. immigration laws to ensure your documentation and application meet agency needs.
"I hired Nicole as my attorney in an Immigration case. Nicole showed compassion and was very professional at any given time. She was there for me at all times and really cares about her clients, she also goes above and beyond, something very unique for Miami where a lot of lawyers just trying to rip you off and don’t care at all. Nicole was different and I could have not worked with a more capable and knowledgeable attorney."
Remove as much stress as possible from your immigration process. Schedule your consultation today for the proper support in your individual and family immigration matters.