Miami Nonimmigrant Visa Lawyer
Assisting Clients With Nonimmigrant Visas in Florida
Our qualified and experienced Miami nonimmigrant visa attorneys are former immigration prosecutors who know how the immigration system works. Our Miami immigrant lawyers have extensive experience in family-based residency matters, including adjustment of status issues.
Nonimmigrant Visa Cases We Handle
At Revilla Law Firm, P.A., we can assist you with:
- Form I-130 – Visa Petition for Immediate Relative
- Form I-485 – Application for Lawful Permanent Residence
- Form I-765 – Application for Employment Authorization
- Form I-864 – Affidavit of support
Fiancé K-1 Nonimmigrant Visa Process
Fiancé(e) K-1 nonimmigrant visas: The fiancé(e) K-1 nonimmigrant visa permits the foreign-citizen fiancé(e) of a U.S. Citizen to travel to the United States for the purpose of reuniting and getting married to the U.S. Citizen. Once issued, the K-1 nonimmigrant visa allows your fiancé(e) to enter the United States for 90 days so that your marriage ceremony can take place. A civil marriage is required within those 90 days. If the fiancé(e) has a child (under 21 and unmarried), a K-2 nonimmigrant visa may be available to him or her to join.
After admission to the U.S., your fiancé(e) may immediately apply for permission to work with the USCIS Service Center, which has jurisdiction over your place of residence. Any work authorization based on a nonimmigrant fiancé(e) visa would be valid for only 90 days after entry.
Once you marry, the fiancé(e) may apply for permanent residence and remain in the United States while U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services ("USCIS") processes the application. The K-1 fiancé(e) status automatically expires after 90 days. It cannot be extended. The fiancé(e) should leave the United States at the end of the 90 days if you do not marry.
After marriage, the fiancé(e) may apply for adjustment of status to a permanent resident (LPR) USCIS. Your fiancé (e) would also be eligible to apply for an extended work authorization at the same time as he or she files for permanent residence.
Our Miami immigrant visa 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 attorneys 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 initial consultation with our Miami nonimmigrant visa lawyer.
Concentration in Deportation Defense Law
Founding Member of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
50 Years of Combined Legal Experience
Aggressive Representation with a Diplomatic Approach
Successfully Handled Thousands of Cases in Various Levels in Court
Former U.S. Immigration Prosecutor Representing You
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