Employment Immigration & Investment Immigration Services
USCIS provides a certain number of
employment-based visas and
investor visas for immigrants seeking permanent residence in the U.S. These visas are
very competitive and have different preference categories. Under federal
law, employers are required to verify the immigration status of their
prospective employees. Specifically, they must ensure that the individual
has work authorization in the United States. Employers have to fill out
I-9 forms within three days of hiring an employee. The worker provides
certain information to the entity, including their name, date of birth,
address, and social security number. The employer then certifies that
the employee has offered the proper documentation confirming their right
to work in the U.S. We assist employers of all sizes throughout Broward
County with a wide range of employment immigration matters, including
Family-Based Immigration Services
Family-based immigration involves a person who is already a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
sponsor filing an immigration petition for their family members, such
as a spouse, children, parents, or siblings. Our firm understands your
need to bring and keep your family together, which is why we are here
to guide you through legal obstacles with your family-based immigration case.
If you have been detained by the United States Citizenship and Immigration
Services (USCIS), you might be able to post an immigration bond on your
behalf. This is a type of surety bond used to secure the release of a
person living illegally within the United States from the custody of Homeland
Security. An immigration bond is a promise that the detained person will
return for their court date.
Florida utilizes a federal program known as Secure "Communities,"
which means all individuals who are arrested are subsequently fingerprinted
and run through a database that verifies the person's immigration status.
If you are found to be in the United States illegally, you could face
very serious legal consequences. In this situation, it is important to
consult a compassionate and knowledgeable lawyer to explore the details
of your situation.
We understand that facing deportation is a stressful situation, which is
why our legal team proudly provides clients with the strong defense strategies
they need to fight to remain in the United States.