Florida, like many other highly populated areas of the United States, includes large immigrant populations, both documented and undocumented. Simpson & Associates has a great deal of experience helping people from other countries obtain family-based visas, work-related visas, green cards, asylum and more. Our clients are often in, or planning to immigrate to, Florida and surrounding areas.
DACA And DAPA
We can advise young people seeking protection through the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program instituted by President Obama in 2012. We can advise parents of U.S. citizens on how to prepare to apply for the Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA) program if and when it goes into effect. Get ready now and be prepared to move to the front of the line when the time comes.
Our Florida immigration lawyers can help ensure your accurate and timely application for immigration services such as a change of status. We can help you answer the United States Immigration and Citizenship Services (USCIS) if that agency requests more evidence to support your application for a fiancé visa or other family-based or humanitarian visa.
Quite a few clients of our firm, start out abroad and seek assistance as they prepare to apply for an H1-B visa or other work-related visa. We can advise these foreign clients on how to fill out USCIS forms, how to prepare for consular interviews and complete other requirements before coming to the U.S. We also work with employers in Florida seeking work visas for employees.
We handle a variety of immigration matters, including deportation defense. We can seek a cancellation of removal order on your behalf. We can meet you or your family member at a detention center as needed and analyze the situation to devise the best way forward. If you have been charged with a crime and fear loss of your visa or green card, we can defend you in the criminal matter while also monitoring your immigration status.
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