Immigration Attorney – Tampa FL
Tampa Immigration Lawyers: Ask2Amigo Law Firm
Immigration news and legislation is in the news almost every day. It is a wide-ranging topic and there are many different reasons you may need an immigration attorney. Whether you are a U.S. citizen wanting to help non-citizen family members come to the country legally; or you are an immigrant yourself and need help either for a family member or your own personal circumstances we can help. The immigration lawyers at Ask2Amigo Law firm are here to help. We are a Spanish speaking law firm with over 25 years of combined experience in the courtroom.
Several different governmental agencies have laws pertaining to immigration including the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Additionally, Congress enacts laws and the President issues executive orders applicable to immigrants. No matter what your immigration issues are, you need an experienced immigration attorney who keeps up to date on the almost daily changes in the law and who will give you 100 percent of his energy in order to pursue your case.
How our Attorneys Can Help
The immigration lawyers at Ask2Amigo Law Firm in Tampa have the experience and dedication you need. They will aggressively fight for you in order to achieve success. Whether you want to help a relative make a brief visit, obtain a temporary work visa for yourself or a family member or have a goal of becoming a legal resident or citizen, we can help.
Some of the immigration problems we have helped our clients with include, but are not limited to:
- Deportation defense
- Deportation hearings due to a criminal conviction
- Detention hearings
- Family visit visas
- Green Card applications: Obtaining a green card will grant you legal status and allow you to work legally in the U.S.
- Green Card renewals
- Immigration appeals: You have a right to appeal the denial of any application to the Bureau of Immigration Appeals (BIA)
- Naturalization application assistance. After living in the country as a legal resident for five years, you may apply for citizenship
- Non-immigrant visas.
- Obtaining asylum or refugee status
- Temporary work visas
- Temporary protected status (TPS) which is granted for humanitarian reasons
- Student visas
- Deferral of Deportation
Deferral of Deportation applications apply to people who were brought to the country under the age of 16 and resided here continuously. There are many other rules that need to be followed. Currently, no new applications are being accepted while a federal court considers the legality of the president’s executive order relevant to this application process. Those who have previously applied and have applications pending may need our assistance.
Call Our Florida Immigration Attorneys Today for a Free Consultation
Need an immigration attorney to help get a work visa, green card, or other important documentation? Call us today or schedule an appointment online to schedule a free and confidential consultation. Se habla Español!