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At Bogin, Munns & Munns, we stay up-to-date on the ever-changing laws of immigration to ensure satisfaction throughout our clients’ legal experience. We work with individuals, employers and employees to provide the most appropriate immigration legal strategies. We provide a number of immigration services, including the following:
A visa is really nothing more than your ‘ticket’ to entry the United States and there are generally two categories of visas available for those who wish to come to this country:
- Non-Immigrant Visas: This type of visa is for those who wish to enter the United States and stay for a particular time or purpose. Education, certain specialized work programs, and visits are examples of these non-permanent visas.
- Immigrant Visas: Immigrant visas are for individuals who want to legally reside in the United States on a permanent basis. These include certain family visas, fiancé visas and individual visas.
Legal Permanent Residence (commonly called a Green Card) is normally the result of what is called an Adjustment of Status, if the person is currently in the United States and is granted legal authority to remain here. These can be approved for various reasons such as through certain employment categories, family petitions or other means.
A Green Card can also be obtained through the “consular processing” if the person is not in the United States. These can be approved for various reasons such as through certain job categories, family petitions or other means.
The process of obtaining these immigrant visas can be tricky and complicated. We have experience navigating through the many requirements and will make sure your applications are processed timely and accurately to achieve the best possible results.
This is the process of becoming a U.S. citizen and those who meet certain qualifications can file for Naturalization and take a naturalization test. There are also certain applicants who may qualify for citizenship at birth through one or both of their parents. Let us help you through this process from the start all the way to the naturalization ceremony.
In the unfortunate event that you or someone in your family have been placed within the jurisdiction of the Immigration Court, commonly known as removal or deportation, we can assist you through this process and fight to keep you in this country, if possible. If you are placed in “removal proceedings,” contact (or have someone contact) us immediately.
If you or someone you care about is in need of immigration services, call our Central Florida immigration attorneys or fill out our Immigration Questionnaire today.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can an immigrant who wants to obtain legal status avoid being taken advantage of by an immigration service provider?
Unless they are a licensed attorney, anyone wishing to provide legal advice regarding immigration forms, explain immigration options, or communicate with the USCIS about your case must be accredited by the Department of Justice’s Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). Check the BIA website for a list of accredited providers. Individuals seeking immigration advice should keep in mind that in other countries, the word “notario” means that the individual is an attorney. This is not true in the United States. “Notarios”, or notary publics, immigration consultants, and businesses cannot give you immigration advice unless they are accredited by the BIA.
What is an H-1B classification?
An H-1B visa is a nonimmigrant visa that allows U.S. employers to employ foreign workers temporarily in specialized fields that normally require a bachelor’s degree or higher.
If I am an H-1B alien, is permanent immigration to the U.S. possible?
In order to visit the United States, each applicant must fill out their own application for a visitor visa. Each applicant must complete and sign the application, show evidence that they intend to return to their home country, and clear standard security procedures.
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Bogin, Munns & Munns Can Help With Your Immigration Case
With over twelve Central Florida locations including Orlando, Clermont, Cocoa, Orange City, Ocala, Daytona, Melbourne, Titusville, Gainesville, Leesburg, and The Villages, we are conveniently located to review your situation and assist you with legal matters pertaining to immigration law. Contact us toll-free at 855.686.6752 or email us at [email protected] to schedule your appointment with one of our immigration law attorneys today.
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