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Miami Immigration Lawyers

Every Dream Should Be Realized. Let Us Help You Accomplish Yours.

The Miami immigration attorneys at Revilla Law Firm, P.A., are uniquely qualified to provide our immigration clients with exceptional legal representation in all areas of immigration law, including Deportation Defense, Family-Based Residency, Employment-Based immigration, Naturalization cases, and more. Our Miami immigration law firm has successfully represented thousands of immigration clients throughout the United States and helped those facing deportation. With decades of experience and our endless pursuit of the best immigration defense possible, our team of seasoned immigration attorneys have a proven track record of success. Antonio G. Revilla III is a Former U.S. Immigration Prosecutor and a Miami-based immigration attorney with over 26 years of legal experience. Mr. Revilla is known for representing clients on all immigration issues and has the experience and willingness to handle even the most difficult cases.

Experience and Results Matter. Our Immigration Law Firm Has Both.

Our Miami immigration lawyers have successfully handled thousands of immigration cases because our mission has always been, "To Keep People in the United States." Our experience, knowledge of immigration law and practices, and dedication to every immigration case makes us the immigration law firm clients trust when they need honest and reliable legal representation. Our immigration law firm is known for handling even the toughest immigration cases and that's why other immigration attorneys send their most challenging cases to us.

What Sets Us Apart?

  • Former U.S. Immigration Prosecutor Representing You

  • Successfully Handled Thousands of Cases in Various Levels in Court

  • Aggressive Representation with Diplomatic Approach

  • More than 35 Years of Combined Legal Experience

  • Founding Member of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

  • Concentration in Deportation Defense Law

Meet Our Firm

  • Antonio G. Revilla, Esquire
    Antonio G. Revilla, Esquire
  • Anna Maria Portela, Esquire
    Anna Maria Portela, Esquire
  • Antonio G. Revilla, Esquire
    Antonio G. Revilla, Esquire

    Antonio G. Revilla III is a Miami immigration lawyer and Former U.S. Immigration Prosecutor with over 25 years of legal experience. His impressive track record of success in representing clients in all immigration matters has helped thousands of immigrants remain in the United States. Mr. Revilla's invaluable experience as a Former U.S. Immigration Prosecutor enables him to apply his vast knowledge and keen understanding of the immigration process to his clients' defense. Mr. Revilla is also a former President of the prestigious American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), South Florida Chapter. In addition to his immigration law practice, Mr. Revilla has championed Immigration Reform initiatives by facilitating calls-to-action that motivated legislatures to support Comprehensive Immigration Reform. Visit Attorney Profile

  • Anna Maria Portela, Esquire
    Anna Maria Portela, Esquire

    Ana Maria Portela, Esquire, is a Managing Attorney in our firm. She has extensive experience representing clients in all areas of immigration law and she continues to achieve many successes since she joined Revilla Law Firm, P.A. in 2016. Ms. Portela has consistently demonstrated that she is a rising star with her impressive track record of accomplishments and victories on behalf of our clients. Visit Attorney Profile

Client Testimonials

  • “Thank you again from the bottom of our hearts”

    Francisca

  • “I am very grateful for their services and the way my case was handled”

    M.M.

  • “Saved our lives”

    Elisa and Nick

  • “it was the most important victory ever won for me and my family.”

    M.A.

  • “the attention and care he showed both of us was beyond words”

    J.S.

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