Central Florida's Trusted Immigration Law Firm.

The Immigration Advocates has helped countless individuals build their new lives in the United States. We are committed to providing immigration assistance across all 50 states.

US Immigration Lawyers that fight for you

As members of the Central Florida community, we recognize the significant impact of matters concerning citizenship, family reunification, and humanitarian immigration concerns in our state. We stand up for the rights of immigrants and their families by providing reliable legal support and advocacy.

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Benefits of Choosing The Immigration Advocates

Comprehensive Knowledge

Our lawyers have a deep understanding of U.S. immigration laws and procedures, ensuring you’re well-informed and prepared.

Personalized Approach

We appreciate the uniqueness of your story. Our team offers individualized attention to create a tailored plan for your immigration matters.

Successful Outcomes

Our history of successful immigration and citizenship cases shows just how committed we are to helping clients realize their goals.

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Answers to Questions You May Already Have

Be prepared for your free consultation with some frequently asked questions.

Visas are categorized into two main types: immigrant visas and nonimmigrant visas.

Immigrant Visas: These are for individuals who intend to live permanently in the United States. Immigrant visas are typically granted for purposes such as family reunification, employment, or investment. Those seeking immigrant visas often intend to become lawful permanent residents (green card holders) and eventually apply for citizenship.

Nonimmigrant Visas: These are for individuals who wish to visit the United States temporarily for tourism, business, medical treatment, temporary work, or study. Nonimmigrant visas are usually issued for a specific period and purpose, and holders are expected to depart the United States before their visa expires.

It’s crucial for individuals to determine which type of visa suits their circumstances best. The Immigration Advocates can provide valuable assistance in navigating the complex visa application process, ensuring that you understand your options and pursue the most suitable path for your situation. Whether you’re considering relocating permanently or planning a temporary visit, consulting with The Immigration Advocates can help clarify your options and streamline the visa application process.

The specific documents you’ll need to bring will vary depending on your situation, but some common documents include:

  • Passport
  • Government Issued IDs
  • Birth Certificates (if available)
  • Proof of legal status
    • Any current visas or valid I-94 arrival/departure forms.
  • Criminal records (if applicable)
  • Any documentation you have received from a U.S. Immigration agency

If you’re undocumented, exploring your options to gain legal status can be complex, but all hope is not lost and there are potential paths forward. The Immigration Advocates can assess your individual circumstances and explore avenues such as family-based petitions, asylum, or humanitarian visas, if you qualify. Additionally, there may be provisions under immigration laws that could offer relief or protection in certain cases. It’s crucial to seek knowledgeable guidance and support to navigate this process effectively.

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