Our Firm has 24 years of experience in Immigration and Nationality Law. As the laws are constantly changing, gaining residency or citizenship can become very complicated and overwhelming. We understand that this is a personal experience which helps many achieve their dreams in the United States. For that reason, we offer an outstanding level of personal service and help you get there.
In the United States there are two avenues to become a U.S. citizen: birth or naturalization. If you were born outside of the U.S. and now you are a legal permanent resident, you are required to go through the naturalization process to obtain citizenship. Naturalization is an important process that requires the commitment of an experienced citizenship and immigration attorney in order to have this course of action expedited and avoid extra months and in some cases years of waiting to be approved
Scott Fistel Immigration Attorney
BV (High) Rating (indicating he has reached the height of excellence) by Martindale Hubble Law Directory and is recognized for the highest level of skills and integrity 1987 graduate of St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami, Florida Twenty Four Years of experience fighting for YOU the individual and small business owners.
We will be dedicated to jealously defending your deportation by putting a strong case together and filing the relevant petitions to stop, avoid or defer deportation. Our extensive experience and understanding of how disturbing the deportation situation can be in your life make our number one priority to ensure that no one is unjustly deported.
What we can do for you? Advise you on requirements for preserving naturalization options. Advise permanent legal residents on travel and work outside the U.S. and impact on the naturalization process. Help you obtain travel permits or re-entry permits, as applicable. Help you prepare and file Form N-400, Application for Naturalization, and any supporting documentation. Help you address any questions or concerns by the USCIS. Help you prepare for your naturalization interview.
US Citizen or Permanent Residents, are able to assist foreign relatives that qualify, in petitioning for citizenship and permanent residency in the U.S. as long as the foreign relative beneficiary meets certain criteria and requirements for the process to be allowed to begin.The beneficiary of a visa or green card must have a relative who is either a U.S. citizen or a lawful permanent resident of the United States and is willing to petition for the immigrant.
The immigration laws provide with visas available to skilled individuals that wish to enter or remain in the United States for work relevant reason. We can assist you in the process of obtaining all types of work visas such as: