If you are looking for an experienced Jacksonville immigration attorney, look no further than Leon Law Firm. Our Jacksonville immigration lawyers have experience helping clients with their immigration needs. Whether you seek a visa, green card, or citizenship, our Jacksonville immigration attorney can help you navigate the complex legal process.
Call Leon Law Firm today to schedule a consultation with our Jacksonville immigration attorney. We will review your case and help you develop a plan to achieve your immigration goals. Contact us and start your path to a new life in the United States!
Jacksonville Immigration Attorney You Can Rely On
At Leon Law Firm, our Jacksonville immigration attorneys have over two decades of immigration law specialization. Our immigration lawyers help people in Jacksonville and throughout Florida with immigration and nationality law compliance, family-based immigration, employment-based immigration, naturalization, and citizenship.
We understand the value of fostering an excellent attorney-client relationship. Our immigration lawyers are committed to providing each client with individualized attention and care. We are willing to work with you to understand your unique immigration situation and develop a personalized immigration plan to help you achieve your immigration goals.
Call our law office today at (904) 944-5560 to schedule a consultation with one of our Jacksonville immigration attorneys.
We are prepared to handle immigration matters
Immigration can be complex and frustrating, especially if you don’t have an experienced Jacksonville immigration attorney on your side. Our attorneys can offer years of experience navigating the U.S. immigration system. They will work tirelessly to get you the results you need.
We provide these immigration services:
Foreign Nationals Seeking work Visas in the United States
Our firm has experience helping foreign nationals obtain work visas in various industries, including high-tech, healthcare, and more.
We provide legal advice on the immigration process for securing the following:
Family-Based Immigration and Waivers:
We help clients obtain green cards through family members who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents. We assist with fiancé visas, step-parent visas, and other family-based citizenship and immigration services.
Visas for Individuals Seeking Immigration Through Investment
The United States offers numerous opportunities for foreign investors seeking to immigrate. There are several visa programs available, each with its specific requirements. Our Jacksonville immigration attorneys can help you determine which program is right for you and guide you through the application process.
Other Immigration Matters We Handle
Our Jacksonville immigration lawyers have decades of experience and can help you with other immigration matters such as:
If you plan to come to the United States to study, you will need a student visa. F-1 and M-1 are the two types of student visas. The F-1 visa is for academic students, and the M-1 visa is for vocational students. It would be best if you enrolled in a certified SEVP (Student and Exchange Visitor Program) school to qualify for a student visa.
To seek asylum in the United States, you must demonstrate a well-founded fear of persecution in your home country based on one of the five protected grounds: race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group.
If you are in the United States without authorization or have committed a crime, you may encounter removal proceedings. An immigration judge conducts the removal proceedings. It can result in your deportation from the United States. Our immigration law office will review your case and refer you to a criminal defense attorney if needed.
You can apply for citizenship if you are a permanent resident of the United States. To qualify for citizenship, you must meet several requirements, including 18 years old or above, owning a green card holder for at least five years, and keeping good moral character.
Naturalization is when a permanent resident of the United States becomes a citizen. To qualify for naturalization, you must meet several requirements, including 18 years old or above, owning a green card for at least five years, and having good moral character.
Obama Executive Orders
If you are a recipient of one of the Obama executive orders (DACA or DAPA), you may be eligible for certain benefits, including work authorization and deferred action.
The labor certification process ensures no qualified U.S. workers for a particular job. To acquire a labor certification, an employer must test the labor market first by advertising the position. If there are no qualified U.S. workers, the employer can file a labor certification application with the Department of Labor.
We are Global Immigration Law Firm
We can give comprehensive legal services to individuals, families, and businesses worldwide.
Our immigration attorneys have a wealth of experience in all areas of immigration law, including:
Call us today to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced Jacksonville immigration lawyers. We can help you navigate the complex world of U.S. immigration law and get your desired results.
Contact an Experienced Jacksonville Immigration Lawyer for a Free Consultation
The Leon Law Firm has provided immigration services to clients in Jacksonville, Florida, for over two decades. We can help you with your immigration needs, including visas, green cards, citizenship, and more.
Contact the Leon Law Firm today for a consultation if you are looking for an experienced and knowledgeable immigration lawyer in Jacksonville.
We will be happy to answer any of your questions and help you navigate the immigration process. Call us today at (904) 944-5560.