Florida Immigration Lawyer
The U.S. immigration system is exceptionally complex and difficult for most people to understand without experienced legal guidance. At DSK Law, our Florida immigration lawyers understand the difficulties you face in seeking to live, work, and study in this area. That is why we provide skilled, personalized representation for individuals who require a variety of immigration-related legal services.
What Is Your Immigration-Related Legal Issue?
When it comes to immigration law, working with an attorney is not optional. Having representation is often the difference between staying in the U.S. and being forced to leave. And if you work in and around or Orlando, a qualified immigration attorney can also help keep your employer out of trouble or failing to comply with federal and state laws.
Here is just a small sampling of the immigration services we provide at DSK Law:
- Visas– There are multiple types of visas issued by the U.S. government, each of which permits the holder to engage in different levels of legal activity within the country. An immigrant visa means you are a permanent resident who may live and work in Florida. A non-immigrant visamay also afford limited work rights tied to a particular employment opportunity. Non-resident relatives of permanent residents can also seek a family visa, which allows temporary admission to the U.S. Other visas we can assist you with include fiancee visas and business and investor visas.
- Student Visas– This is a special type of visa granted to foreign students who wish to study or engage in limited work within the U.S. A student visa requires enrollment in a government-approved academic or vocational program and is only good for as long as the student remains an active student. In some cases, a person holding a student visa may also engage in limited off-campus employment or transfer to another academic program.
- Deportation Defense– In recent years, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has taken a significantly more aggressive approach to deportations. Keep in mind, a person can be deported even if they have not committed a crime or entered the U.S. without authorization. If you overstay your visa, you are subject to deportation. You do have certain rights to seek review of a deportation decision, but only if you act quickly.
- Applying for Citizenship and Naturalization– If you are a legal permanent resident of the U.S., you may become eligible to apply for citizenship via the naturalization process.
- Business Immigration Issues– All Florida employers are legally required to verify the eligibility of non-U.S. citizens to work in the country.
Contact the Florida Immigration Lawyers at DSK Law Today
Immigration is not the type of thing you should handle yourself. There are highly specific rules that require strict compliance. Even an honest or inadvertent mistake can lead to substantial problems with ICE. This is why it is in your best interest to work with an experienced Orlando immigration lawyer who understands how to navigate the system.
Call DSK Law to schedule a consultation with a member of our immigration team today.