Miami Visa Attorney
Helping Immigrants Get the Right Visa
America’s immigration laws are continually changing. At the Law Offices of Juliana G. Lamardo, we pride ourselves in staying up-to-date on current cases and how they impact those who wish to come to the U.S.
Currently, most foreign nationals who wish to enter the United States are required to obtain a visa. Some international travelers who meet specific requirements may be eligible to enter the country without a visa commonly known as visa waivers. Our Miami visa lawyer can help you determine if you need a visa and which visa is best suited to achieve your goals.
Call (305) 444-0099 now to discuss your situation with our skilled immigration attorney.
Types of Visas
There are about 185 different types of U.S. visas. It is helpful to consider the various visas according to the two main categories: Immigrant visas and non-immigrant visas.
Immigrant visas are for those who wish to move the U.S. permanently. Non-immigrant visas are for visitors who want to stay temporarily in the United States for business, work, tourism, a family visit, or education.
Generally, those who want to apply for an immigrant visa must have either a family or an employer sponsor. For each category, there are preference levels. For instance, a spouse of a U.S. Citizen is given priority over a sibling.
Examples of immigrant visas include:
- Family based visas
- K-1 fiancée visas
- Work visas
- Domestic employee visas
Each type of visa has its own set of requirements that an individual must meet in order to qualify. Our knowledgeable immigration lawyer can help you understand which visa is appropriate for your situation.
For K1 visas specifically, you are required to marry within a 90 day window, or your visa will expire. If this happens, your foreign fiance could be placed in removal proceedings as an unlawful resident. If you are facing this issue, reach out to our attorneys right away.
Helping You Come to America
When you reach out to the Law Offices of Juliana G. Lamardo, our legal team can guide you through the visa petition process efficiently. Our Miami visa attorney can help you file your application, ensuring that it is completed correctly and on time.
To schedule a consultation with a reliable immigration lawyer, call (305) 444-0099 today.
Specializes in Complicated or Overlooked Cases
Juliana and her team understand and work hard to fight the cases that other attorneys turn away.
Services Available in English, Spanish & Portuguese
Speak directly to an attorney who understands the immigration process.
Quick to Respond
Juliana and her team are very good at communicating quickly and working on Detention Cases.
An Attorney Who Understands
Juliana was an immigrant herself and understands the difficulties her clients face.