Green Cards for Victims

Green Cards for Victims

If you are victim of domestic violence, and at the same time a non-citizen of the US, please know that even in your unfortunate situation, you have options. As a Miami immigration lawyer, I have helped clients who were victims of domestic violence seek relief in 3...
Criminal Issues in Immigration Law – FAQ

Criminal Issues in Immigration Law – FAQ

As a former Assistant Public Defender with the Miami-Dade Public Defender’s Office, and in my capacity as a Miami immigration attorney, I often receive questions about one’s immigration status after a criminal conviction. Here are some frequently asked...
Green Cards for Victims

Filing an Abused Spouse Petition (I-360) to Obtain a Green Card

If you or a loved one is an immigrant to the United States, and is 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).  In order to do so, you...
Conditional Residency – What You Need to Know

Conditional Residency – What You Need to Know

In my career as a Miami family-based immigration attorney, I have represented numerous clients who are seeking to adjust status based on marriage to a United States citizen. If you are a foreign national and have been married to your U.S. citizen spouse for less than...