Fort Lauderdale Immigration Attorney
Hire a Lawyer Who Is Board Certified by the Florida Bar
When you come to Guerra Sáenz, PL for help you with your immigration matter, you will be working with an attorney who has personally faced many of the same challenges that you are now up against. While there are countless immigration attorneys in Fort Lauderdale and throughout South Florida who would be happy to represent your case, the team at our firm is uniquely qualified to work with you.
Attorney Luis A. Guerra is Board Certified in Immigration and Nationality Law, something that only 6% of eligible Florida Bar members can claim. By becoming Board Certified, Mr. Guerra has been acknowledged for his expertise in this complex area of the law and is now legally allowed to identify himself as an
immigration law expert. When it is your future on the line, you deserve a specialist.
Qualified Immigration Help from an Immigrant Lawyer
In many ways, Mr. Guerra has a background that may be similar to yours; this gives him special insight into your case. Mr. Guerra is an immigrant who found a dream of a new life and a career in the United States and had to fight for his right to stay here. After coming to this country to visit at the age of 15, he decided to remain and had to work to earn his green card and then
citizenship, even being threatened with deportation at one point. He graduated at the top of his class in law school, and has been fighting for the rights of immigrants ever since. This includes handling waivers of inadmissibility/removability and many other legal documents. By speaking with an experienced
Fort Lauderdale immigration lawyer from our firm, your chances of success will be significantly greater.
Immigration Legal Issues in Fort Lauderdale
Our firm is committed to serving clients with all types of immigration cases, ranging from securing
visas for athletes to obtaining
visas for professionals and more. Those who are seeking
employment based immigration must be able to demonstrate that they fit into one of five employment preference categories. These categories include priority workers, professionals who hold advanced degrees, skilled workers, immigrant investors, and certain special immigrants whose employer has already filed a Form I-140.
Family based immigration can be accomplished through two primary routes: Adjustment of Status and Consular Processing. Our lawyers will be there to help you determine the best route for you and your family to take, and will help you determine which immigration preference category you qualify under. Even the process of changing residency status can be difficult, and we can help you determine if you meet the eligibility criteria for this possible change in immigration status.
At Guerra Sáenz, PL, we can help if you are applying for a green card via adjustment of status or consular processing, and provide the hard-hitting deportation defense representation for waivers of inadmissibility or removability you need if you have been threatened with removal. Immigration law is a complex subject, one which poses many challenges even for experienced attorneys. Don't attempt to resolve your case on your own because you will be going up against immigration officials who spend all day, every day working in the field, and the odds will likely be against you.
Give yourself the best possible chances of success by hiring us to advise you of your rights, guide you through the process and represent you zealously in front of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the Immigration Courts throughout the United States, the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO), and the Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals (BALCA).
Why choose Guerra Sáenz, PL for your immigration case?
One of the primary reasons you should come to our firm for immigration representation is the fact that our lead attorney is a native Spanish speaker and can consult with you in your native language. Given how confusing immigration legal matters can be, having the opportunity to learn about your rights and to discuss your options in your own language offers you a significant advantage in the situation. Unlike many law firms, we offer personal service to our clients throughout the process.
When you call our firm you will not be delegated to meet with a paralegal or an assistant, but will be working directly with the attorney who is working on your case. This means that you will be able to find answers to your questions when you need them, and a legal professional will always be available to protect your rights. We are a highly reputable law firm, known throughout the area for getting excellent results for our clients, with a track record that includes well over a thousand cases before the Executive Office for Immigration Review, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services and the Department of State.
Contact a Fort Lauderdale Immigration Lawyer Today
The sooner you get started on your case, the better your chances will be of achieving a successful outcome. If you have been charged with any crime, ranging from a traffic ticket to a serious criminal offense such as burglary, assault or a drug crime, it is important to take immediate action to defend yourself against possible deportation and waivers of inadmissibility or removability. Criminal immigration matters extend beyond the threat of removal, because having a criminal record can additionally make it difficult or impossible to attain
citizenship. Fortunately, you can find the help you need at our firm, and whether you are in Ft. Lauderdale or in any other state, we can represent you in federal court. Call (888) 900-1748 or visit our office today for a
free initial consultation, to review your legal options and to take the first steps in your case. Our office is conveniently located at 4330 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33313.
Speak with a Fort Lauderdale immigration attorney today and learn how we can help you!
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