Broward County Immigration Attorney
Servicing all of Your Immigration Needs
Approximately 25.3% of Broward County's population is foreign-born, 45% of who are naturalized citizens. Many of these foreign-born citizens come from Jamaica, Haiti, Cuba, Peru, the United Kingdom and the Dominican Republic. While 71.7% of all residents in Broward County spoke English as their first language in 2000, many of its residents also spoke Spanish, French Creole, French, Portuguese and Italian.
When you work with Guerra Sáenz, PL, you will be working with an immigration attorney who has personally dealt with the same challenges you are currently up against. While there are many immigration lawyers out there, few of them have been in your shoes themselves, and this is why our legal team is uniquely qualified to work with you.
Why Guerra Sáenz, PL?
Attorney Luis A. Guerra may have a background that is very similar to yours, which gives him unique insight into immigration matters. Attorney Guerra is an immigrant who realized the American dream and found a new life in the United States. After coming to the U.S. for a visit at 15, he decided to make a life here and earn his green card and citizenship. Guerra's path was not without battles and he was even threatened with deportation. In law school, he graduated at the top of his class and has been fighting for the rights of immigrants ever since.
Whether you need an aggressive deportation defense with a criminal immigration matter, or if you're interested in applying for a green card, we can help. We are fully versed in all paths to citizenship including consular processing, family based immigration, and naturalization. If you wish to come to the United States temporarily and are interested in a visa for athletes or a visa for professionals, or if you're interested in employment based immigration, we can help you determine which category you are suited for and we can guide you through the application process.
Our nation is currently undergoing comprehensive immigration reform and the laws are subject to change at any time. Whether you will be dealing with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the immigration courts throughout the U.S. or any other government entity, it's important that you have an attorney who is current on all recent changes to the law. We offer services in Spanish and English; therefore, we can explain the complex laws in your native language. We are here to offer you personalized service, and when you call our firm, you will speak directly to your attorney and you will not be handed off to a paralegal or an assistant. We can represent clients in Broward County, as well as all other states in federal court. To schedule a free consultation, please contact us today.