Build strong support network to avoid US immigration law trouble

On Behalf of | Jul 28, 2019 | U.s. Immigration Law |

Most Florida immigrants can relate to feeling stressed as they traveled to the United States and started new lifestyles. U.S. immigration law is complex and evolving, making it difficult to stay updated, even for those with legal backgrounds in this area. Legal status problems can arise at any time, which is why it is so important to know ahead of time where to seek support.

Perhaps you or your family member applied for an employment visa or religious worker visa. Maybe you are coming to the United States to attend a college or university. Then again, perhaps you met the love of your life, who happens to be a U.S. citizen, and you are willing to start life afresh in this country.

Whether you’re preparing for an immigration interview or have just recently filed an application for a green card, there are many ways an experienced immigration law attorney can provide support. Especially in cases where Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers have taken you or a loved one into custody, it may be a lot less stressful if an attorney speaks and acts on your behalf in court. While it is possible to act alone in court, it is definitely not necessary or advised.

Cuevas, Garcia & Torres, P.A., is an experienced legal team in Florida that is well-versed in U.S. immigration law. If you’re worried about a deportation risk, the naturalization process, a visa application or other immigration issue, you can request a meeting at any time. An attorney is often more aware than the average person of all available options and strategies that may be viable in a particular set of circumstances.


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