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Immigration Attorneys Provide Assistance With Obtaining a U.S. Green Card or Visa

Attorneys at The Flores Law Firm know that the laws governing immigration and naturalization in the U.S. are complex, and takes pride in helping his clients obtain U.S. green cards and visas. Our lawyers give individualized attention to each client and allows you to rest assured that you are receiving competent legal help.

Whether you need to fill out a green card or visa application for a family member, for business, as a refugee, or you need an attorney with experience in the complex area of law known as “crimmigration,” Attorneys at [stir:name] have the experience you need. Contact The Flores Law Firm to find out what we can do for you.

Obtain a U.S. Visa or Permanent Residence Status

Our attorneys in Jupiter, Florida has helped countless numbers of immigrants with U.S. immigration laws and criminal defense. We have the experience to quickly determine your eligibility for a U.S. green card or visa, and then discuss a legal strategy with you.

We take great pride in helping our clients resolve immigration legal problems and, since time is usually a major factor for our clients, work as efficiently as possible. Contact us today to learn how we can help you legally arrive, live, study, and/or work in the United States.

U.S. Immigration 101: What is the Difference Between Green Cards and Visas?

  • Having a green card allows a person to maintain permanent residence in the United States. Having green card status is not quite the same as becoming a citizen of the United States, but is considered the step before citizenship.
  • An immigrant visa is a term that can be used interchangeably with “green card.” It is important to note that individuals with green card status, or an immigrant visa, cannot leave the country for extensive lengths of time without losing their permanent resident status.
  • Non-immigrant visas are issued to visitors who permanently reside outside of the U.S. but would like to visit for a short period of time. These visas are subdivided into categories based on the reason for the visit (i.e. business, travel, medical treatment, education, etc.).

Questions About Current Laws on Green Cards and U.S. Visas?

Our Florida law firm strives to exceed client expectations and get successful results every time. The United States puts a cap on the number of immigrants allowed into the country each year, so if you are interested in applying for immigration for yourself, a relative, or an employee, contact our Florida immigration law firm today to get started.

Contact Our Immigration Law Firm in Florida

When you decide that you need professional legal assistance in applying for immigration, call The Flores Law Firm or contact us online for an initial consultation. The immigration lawyers at The Flores Law Firm have comprehensive and up-to-date knowledge of this complex area of law — and we are here to help you get through it efficiently and effectively. We take pride in our work. Contact us at 855-466-4478.