Miami Family-Based Residency Lawyer
Our Miami immigration attorneys have extensive experience in family-based
residency matters, including adjustment of status issues. We offer a free
in-office consultation in our Miami location. Telephone consultations
are also available for a nominal fee.
Our Miami Family-Based Residency attorneys can assist you with:
Form I-130 – Visa Petition for Immediate Relative: This visa enables a citizen or lawful permanent resident of the United
States to petition for certain alien relatives who wish to immigrate to
the United States.
Form I-485 – Application for Lawful Permanent Residence: You can apply to adjust your status to that of a permanent resident of
the United States.
Form I-601A / Provisional Unlawful Presence Waivers: Provisional Waivers have now been expanded to include individuals with
approved and available immigrant visa petitions who are the spouses, sons
and daughters, or certain children (17 or older) of
Lawful Permanent Residents, not just U.S. Citizens. Not only does this apply to family-based petitions,
it also applies to employment-based petitions and those selected to participate
in the Diversity Visa Program. Additionally, the expansion also includes
those who have orders of removal with approved applications to reapply
for admission, including those who have reentered after being removed
from the United States if the removal order has not been reinstated by
CBP or ICE.
This expansion creates a pathway to residency for those that were otherwise
Form I-765 – Application for Employment Authorization: Certain foreign nationals, who are eligible to work in the United States,
use Form I-765 to request an employment authorization document (EAD).
Form I-864 – Affidavit of support: This form is required for most family-based immigrants and some employment-based
immigrants to show that they have adequate means of financial support
and are not likely to rely on the U.S. government for financial support.
U Visa - Victims of Crimes: This visa is for victims of certain crimes who have suffered mental or
physical abuse and are helpful to law enforcement or government officials
in the investigation or prosecution of criminal activity.
Visas for Battered Spouse, Children and Parents: As a battered spouse, child or parent, you may file an immigrant visa petition
under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), as amended by the Violence
Against Women Act (VAWA). The VAWA provisions in the INA allow certain
spouses, children, and parents of U.S. citizens and certain spouses and
children of permanent residents (Green Card holders) to file a petition
for themselves, without the abuser's knowledge. This allows victims
to seek both safety and independence from their abuser, who is not notified
about the filing.
Consular Processing: The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) offers an individual two primary
paths to permanent resident status (a green card). An individual who is
the beneficiary of an approved immigrant petition and has an immigrant
visa number immediately available may apply at a U.S. Department of State
consulate abroad for an immigrant visa in order to come to the United
States and be admitted as a permanent resident. This pathway is referred
to as “consular processing.”
CONTACT OUR MIAMI IMMIGRATION LAW FIRM TODAY TO SCHEDULE YOUR FREE IN-OFFICE
Call (305) 858-2323 or toll free (877) 854-2323
ABOUT REVILLA LAW FIRM, P.A.: Our Miami immigration law firm is known throughout the legal community
for successfully helping thousands of people remain in the United States.
We know the questions you can expect in marriage adjustment proceedings.
We can assist you with a conditional lawful permanent residency application
if you have been married for less than two years. At Revilla Law Firm,
P.A., we know how prosecutors conduct investigations when they believe
someone has married “for papers” (por papeles). We know that,
in some cases, you may have to go through a grueling interview process.
An experienced immigration attorney from our Miami office will help you
prepare for your interview and will be present at your interview. If you
are a sponsor or co-sponsor, or a lawful permanent resident (LPR), the
immigration lawyers at Revilla Law Firm, P.A., can assist you with the
affidavit of support. If you have an immigration concern involving family
residency, an attorney from Revilla Law Firm, P.A., can provide you with
experienced, professional advice.
Contact Revilla Law Firm, P.A., to schedule a free in-office immigration
Revilla Law Firm, P.A.
“The Deportation Defense Firm”
2250 S.W. 3rd Avenue
Miami, Florida 33129
Phone (305) 858-2323
Toll-Free (877) 854-2323
Fax (305) 858-2321
The Miami family-based immigration lawyers at the law firm of Revilla Law
Firm, P.A., in Miami, Florida, represents clients worldwide, nationwide
and throughout the state of Florida, including Aventura, Boca Raton, Bradenton,
Clearwater, Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale,
Fort Myers, Fort Pierce, Hialeah, Hollywood, Homestead, Kendall, Key West,
Lake Worth, Melbourne, Miami, Miami Beach, Miami Lakes, Miami Springs,
Naples, North Miami, Orlando, Palm Beach, Palm Springs, Pompano Beach,
Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Sebring, Tampa, Titusville, Vero Beach, and
Brevard County, Broward County, Collier County, Highlands County, Hillsborough
County, Indian River County, Lee County, Manatee County, Martin County,
Miami-Dade County, Monroe County, Orange County, Palm Beach County, Pasco
County, Pinellas County, St. Lucie County, and including the Lake Okeechobee area, FL.