Green Card Attorney in Fort Lauderdale
Am I Eligible to Apply for a Green Card? Call (888) 900-1748 to Find Out.
Countless people apply to become lawful permanent residents every year,
and the eligibility requirements are strict for securing one of the limited
numbers of green cards that are issued according to the quotas prescribed
by the Immigration and Nationality Act. In order to successfully navigate
this complex process, a dedicated immigration lawyer from Guerra Sáenz,
PL can help you.
Why Choose Our Green Card Lawyers?
- Attorney who is a native Spanish speaker
- Well over 1,000 immigration and criminal cases handled
- Board Certified expertise in immigration law (true of only 6% of Florida
- Internationally recognized and top-rated legal counsel
You can apply for a green card if you fit into one of several categories,
which include—among others—being an
immediate relative of a U.S. citizen or another green card holder or being offered a job
in a position for which there are insufficient workers already living
within the United States. It is also necessary that you have a valid immigrant
visa and that you have not been classified as being inadmissible, which
can occur on grounds such as having a contagious disease or being convicted
of a crime of moral turpitude or a drug crime.
Unique Insight & Extensive Experience Working for You
Come to Guerra Sáenz, PL for help in petitioning for your green
card. We offer our services in Spanish, and by choosing our firm you will
be working with an attorney who personally had to fight to secure his
own green card, having come to this country at the age of 15 years old.
You will also get the benefit of working with a lawyer who has been
Board Certified in Immigration and Nationality Law.
Our firm has represented well over a thousand
immigration cases of all types, and we can assist you with every step of the process,
including gathering any necessary documentation, addressing
criminal immigration matters which could cause you to be inadmissible and appealing any unfair denial
of your petition.
Contact our Fort Lauderdale office today and find out how we can help you obtain a green card.