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Orlando Immigration Lawyer

Immigration law is a vast and complex subject which must be well understood in order to ensure that the desired outcome is pursued as strategically as possible. An Orlando immigration attorney could offer invaluable assistance in resolving matters relating to non-immigrant visas, immigrant visas, citizenship, deportation defense and more. Quality legal counsel can often mean the difference between being alloto live and work in the United States and being denied admission or deported. It can also safeguard the success of a business and keep it protected from the consequences of I-9 requirement violations.

Legal Representation for Immigration Issues in Orlando

Established in 1977, Maney Gordon, P.C. has helped countless individuals, families and employers with a wide range of immigration needs and has achieved an impressive record of success. We continue to work hard in pursuit of positive outcomes for our clients. Some of the legal situations we handle include:

Deportation Defense
There is a variety of reasons which may lead a person to face the threat of deportation. Our firm is adept at identifying any details which could be used to gain protection from such devastating occurrences. Obtain competent legal representation from our firm today if you or a loved one is at risk of deportation.

Citizenship
U.S. citizenship offers a greater number of rights and better protection than is available to immigrants or non-immigrants. Citizenship may be achieved in several different ways, such as through marriage, employment, asylum, or other circumstances. An immigration attorney could help with a strategic pursuit of this outcome based on your individual case.

Naturalization
After maintaining legal residence in the U.S. for a certain number of years and meeting other specific requirements, an immigrant may be able to pursue citizenship via naturalization. The process of naturalization involves specific steps which must be executed correctly and timely in order to then be granted citizenship. As a full service firm, we can determine the best way for this to be achieved in each individual case and provide assistance throughout the entire process.

Green Card
A green card bestows permanent resident status on the holder and allows him or her to live and work in the United States as long as the card is valid. There are several ways in which this may be obtained, as well as obligations which must be followed in order to maintain a green card. An immigration attorney could assist with both of these issues.

Asylum
Asylum may be granted to individuals facing persecution in their home country. This may occur in relation to one's race, ethnicity, political affiliations or beliefs, religion, membership in certain social groups, or as a result of war or political trouble. Asylum may be granted before or after the person has left his or her home country and is only granted to a certain number of individuals each year.

Visa
Visas are issued in either the immigrant or non-immigrant category. Immigrant visas bestow the status of permanent resident on the holder and allow them to live and work permanently in the United States. Non-immigrant visas allow the holder to visit the United States for a certain purpose and a certain period of time.

Non-Immigrant Visa
Non-immigrant visas are issued with specific benefits and restrictions, depending on the purpose of the individual's trip and the type of visa the U.S. government is willing to approve for the applicant. Non-immigrant visas may allow the holder certain employment opportunities, participation in certain professional events, or a trip for medical reasons or for leisure.

Immigrant Visa
Immigrant visas bestow the status of permanent resident on the holder and allow him or her to live and work permanently in the United States. These visas can be obtained in several different ways, whether through employment, marriage, asylum or other options. Our attorneys review each individual case to determine the best way to pursue this visa.

Permanent Residence Visa
Also known as an immigrant visa, a permanent residence visa allows the holder to live and work permanently in the United States. Permanent residency bestows most of the rights of citizenship on an individual, with some important distinctions and restrictions.

Family Visas
Family visas allow for immigration or temporary admission to the United States based on family connections. They may be obtained by certain relations of U.S. citizens, permanent residents, or non-immigrants (the latter category allowing family members non-immigrant status only). Our firm could advise you as to the best options available in each individual case.

Employment Visa I-9
The purpose of the I-9 form issued by the Department of Homeland Security is for the verification of an employee's right to work in the United States. An employer must comply with I-9 requirements in order to be protected from penalties otherwise involved. Legal guidance in this area is invaluable in ensuring all requirements are met.

Work Visa
Work visas are issued based on an individual's employment in a specific position. They can be immigrant or non-immigrant visas, depending on the circumstances of the individual case. Exact steps must be taken in order to obtain such a visa and proper coordination amongst employee and employer is vital. Our firm could help.

Student Visa
A student visa grants temporary admission to the United States in order for the holder to undertake a course of study at an approved educational institution. It may also allow for restricted work opportunities. Our firm could assist in the process of obtaining a student visa and ensure that all required steps are undertaken correctly and in a timely manner.

Fiancée Visa
Fiancée visas allow for a non-citizen to enter the United States in order to marry and then continue living and working here. Specific requirements apply regarding the time allowed for the marriage to actually occur and how to adjust immigration status following the marriage. Get legal counsel in this area today.

Business & Investor Visas
Business visas allow for temporary entry into the United States in order to conduct business and related activities, such as conventions, medical treatment, leisure activities, or a combination of these. Investor visas allow entry for individuals who meet certain requirements, including those in relation to their investments in U.S. companies.

Employment Eligibility Verification
Employment eligibility verification is required of all employers when hiring non-citizens into their organizations. Failing to comply with the very specific requirements involved could result in significant penalties and consequences. The assistance of competent legal counsel could protect a business against such occurrences.

Immigration Attorney in Orlando

Maney & Gordon, P.A. is a full service law firm made up of highly skilled professionals dedicated to meeting your immigration needs. We have six offices in five cities and serve both individuals and corporate clientele, as well as provide quality, personalized representation to each and every client. Richard Maney, Senior Partner, is a member of the Florida Bar Association and is Board Certified in U.S. Immigration and Naturalization law. Our firm provides free case consultations so that you could get answers and find out how we could help. Spanish translation is also available. Contact an Orlando immigration attorney today for effective help with all your immigration needs, whether as an individual or as an employer.

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