Helping Foreign Professionals live their American Dream

Our Miami immigration law firm strongly believes in the notion that the United States of America is a nation of immigrants.  Our immigration lawyers help other immigrants live their American Dream.

We help secure the right visa for foreign nationals to legally enter the U.S., extend their stay or adjust their status and obtain permanent residency and receive a green card.

Coming from a family of immigrants ourselves, we understand the uncertainty foreign nationals face when navigating the complex immigration system.


Investor Visas

Our Miami immigration attorneys help foreign investors invest in the United States and secure a path for becoming a legal permanent resident in the U.S. Investment visas have strict requirements that must be met in order to qualify for immigration permanent residency within the United States.


Investor visas include:

  • E-1 known as the Treaty Trader Visa, for citizens of a country that has a treaty with the United States and trades with the U.S.

  • E-2 known as the Treaty Investor Visa, for citizens of a treaty county investing in a U.S. enterprise.

  • EB-5 known as the Foreign Investor Visa or the Entrepreneur’s Visa for foreigners investing in existing American businesses or establishing their own U.S. business.

Non Immigrant Visas

Foreign professionals and executives who don’t intent to have permanent residency in the U.S., may be eligible for nonimmigrant visas which grant travel and work authorizations to foreign professionals to enter and work within the United States. Our Miami immigration lawyers will determine which the specific visas is best for specific professionals depending on their individual circumstances.


including for example:

  • B-1/B-2 Visa for professionals entering the U.S. as a business tourist.

  • H-2B Visa for seasonal workers or temporary workers

  • J Visa for professors, scholars, teachers, au pair or nanny, physicians.

  • L Visa for executives, managers and employees with specialized knowledge for intra company transfers

  • O Visa for persons with extraordinary abilities in the sciences, arts, education, business or athletics

  • P Visa for professional entertainers, athletes and artists performing in the U.S.

  • R Visa for religious workers

Employment Based Visas

Foreign professionals who are offered work in the U.S. from an employer within the United States willing to sponsor their petition can be eligible for an employment visa.

Employment-based visas may require a PERM certification from the U.S. Department of Labor before work authorization is granted to the foreign employee. There may be an option for a foreign professional to also self-petition for their employment visa without needing a sponsor.

Our experienced immigration attorneys help you choose the right employment-based visa depending on your particular circumstances and can include:


  • EB-1 Visa for foreign professionals with extraordinary abilities

  • EB-2 Visa for foreigners with higher levels of education, like a post-graduate degree

  • EB-3 Visa for skilled workers and unskilled workers

  • EB-4 Visa for foreigner religious workers

  • H-1B Visa for foreign professionals who work in specialty occupations, like in science, medicine, health care, education, biotechnology and business

Family Immigration Petitions

 Family is everything and our Miami immigration lawyers can help you join your loved one in the United States by filing an immigration petition for family members. Family-based immigrant visas are usually for immediate family, like the spouse of a U.S. citizen or the fiancé of a American citizen, unmarried children under a certain age and the parent of a United States citizen.

Other relatives, like parents, siblings and grandchildren of U.S. citizens, may also qualify for family immigration petitions depending on the particular circumstances.

Our family immigration attorneys can also help with adjusting the status for family-based immigration petitions to make sure your immigration process meet the required deadlines, is timely and is as smooth as possible.

Contact our family immigration attorneys today to help secure your family’s future in the United States.

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