Areas of Tampa Immigration Law Practice

We help individuals with VISAS & Green Cards, Deportation Defense, Asylum & other Immigration Issues

  • Nonimmigrant Visas
  • Immigrant Visas
  • Labor Certification
  • Extraordinary Ability
  • Multinational Managers
  • Family-Based Immigration
  • Naturalization Removal and Deportation
  • Defensa de Deportación/Deportation Defense

Hablamos Español

  • Naturalization – Ciudadanía
  • CE Hold – “Hold” Inmigración
  • CR immigration – Crinmigración
  • Criminal Defense and Immigration
  • Business Visas
  • Asylum – Asilo
  • Waivers – Perdón por Inegibilidad

We provide expert deportation defense for our clients. The threat of being forced to leave the country can is stressful and confusing for you and your loved ones. Our expert team of Tampa Immigration Lawyers fight on behalf of our clients and protect their rights throughout the deportation defense process. We can help answer your questions about removal proceedings, applying for a Cancellation of Removal as a lawful permanent resident or a non-lawful permanent resident or seeking a request for asylum from your homeland.

Immigration Matters Can Be Complicated and Lengthy

Finding the correct type of visa that best suits your individual situation can be difficult. We provide assistance with employment visas and visas for your fiancée or other family members. We will answer your immigration law questions and provide the best representation on your behalf. We also provide help with business visas, investor visas, student visas and work visas.

If the consular officer decides that you are ineligible for a visa under U.S. law, then your visa application is denied, and you are given a reason for denial. Here are some of the possible reasons a visa applicant is denied:

The Visa Applicant:

  • The visa application and/or provide all required supporting documentation is deemed incomplete-INA section 221(g)
  • The visa category being applied for or overcome the presumption of being an intending immigrant was not established- INA section 214(b)
  • You are convicted of a crime that shows a lack of moral turpitude-INA section 212(a)(2)(A)(i)(I)
  • You are convicted of a drug violation-INA section 212(a)(2)(A)(i)(II)
  • You have two or more criminal convictions for which the total sentence to confinement was five years or more-INA section 212(a)(2)(B)

Types of Visas:

  • B-2 – Visitor For Leisure or Pleasure
  • E-1 – Treaty Trader
  • E-2 – Treaty Investor
  • H-1B – Specialty Occupation
  • H-2 – Temporary Worker
  • J-1 – Exchange Visitor
  • L-1 – Intra-Company Transfer
  • P-1 – Performing Artists & Athletes
  • TN – Treaty NAFTA
  • Other non-immigrant visas