Is there an obstacle impeding your adjustment of status process?

| Jan 31, 2018 | Adjustment Of Status |

If there’s one topic that often incites contentious debate in political and social settings, it’s immigration and naturalization law. In Florida and beyond, it seems no matter where you go, you can find people at odds in their opinions regarding various issues pertaining to adjustment of status or other immigration issues in the United States. Laws often change, making it difficult for immigrants to remain updated and avoid complications when attempting to file applications for visas or citizenship.

When you have an ultimate goal in mind, whether to obtain a green card, temporary status protection or full citizenship, it helps to rely on support from someone who is well-versed in U.S. immigration law and knows the ins and outs of the system. Problems may arise when navigating a particular immigration process that can cause substantial delays or permanent impediment to the ultimate goal if the person seeking a change in status is not aware of available options to help him or her overcome those obstacles. Many immigrants request assistance from immigration and naturalization law attorneys to help them achieve their goals in the least stressful manner possible.

Some immigrants run into complication regarding their marriages to U.S. citizens. If the government calls the legitimacy of a marriage into question, those involved will likely be made to go through a stressful interview process that can result in deportation of the immigrant spouse if things do not go well. Employees also often encounter challenges when working with sponsor employers to secure visas or green cards.

Cuevas, Garcia & Torres, P.A., has successfully guided many Florida immigrants through the adjustment of status process. Our experienced legal team is fully prepared to assist you regarding any immigration issue. By requesting a consultation, you can take the first steps toward achieving your immigration goals.

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