Our attorneys have extensive experience handling immigration cases. Learn more about our practice areas.
Orlando Immigration Law Firm
The prospect of becoming a resident of the United States, whether permanent or temporary, can be exciting for foreign nationals. Unfortunately, the immigration process is highly complex and changes frequently. The slightest mistake can delay your application or even cause it to be rejected. As a result, many people see the immigration process as a hurdle they must overcome.
Now more than ever, employers are expanding job searches to include the very best international talent. We work with businesses to establish a roadmap that allows them to efficiently hire, and retain the most exceptional and qualified specialists in the world. Our attorneys advise clients on a wide range of permanent (immigrant) and temporary (nonimmigrant) employment-based immigration situations, including permanent residency visas, specialty occupation visas, treaty and trader visas, intercompany transfer visas, training visas, performer visas, and more.
A guiding principle of our nation’s immigration policy is family unity. That’s why our team at Magnolia Immigration Law is committed to helping keep families together in the United States. We provide experienced legal counsel concerning permanent and temporary residency applications, changes of status, and visa processing for newlyweds, citizens and residents wanting to sponsor their parents, spouses, and children, as well as other familial relationships.
We believe there is no greater joy than helping our clients and their families become citizens of the United States of America, and we pride ourselves in guiding permanent residents through their journey to citizenship. The process can feel daunting, but we will lead the way and support you at every step.
There are two main ways to become a lawful permanent resident of the United States. One is to have a permanent resident (Green Card holder) or citizen family member sponsor you, and the second is to have an employer sponsor you. Individuals who either possess extraordinary talents, perform work in the national interest of the U.S., or make substantial investments in the U.S. economy may be able to sponsor themselves. Our goal at Magnolia Immigration Law is to help immigrants create a blueprint to become permanent residents and, eventually, citizens.
There is an alphabet soup of possibilities when it comes to non-immigrant visas, and we have experience in most of them. If you are seeking a visitor’s visa (B-1/2), student visa (F-1), fiancé(e) visa (K-1), religious worker visa (R-1), work visa (H-1b), training visa (J-1, H-3, or Q-1), treaty investor or treaty trader visa (E-1 or E-2), intercompany transferee visa (L-1), extraordinary ability visa (O-1), or performers visa (P-1), Magnolia Immigration Law can help.
We also help clients already in the U.S. on nonimmigrant visas with extensions. The extension process varies for each visa type, so it’s important to file timely requests to ensure there are no issues.
Nonimmigrant Investor’s Visa
If you are interested in buying an existing business or franchise, or in opening your own business in the United States, you may be eligible for an Investor’s visa (E-1 or E-2). We assist foreign employees and investors in these nonimmigrant visas.
Immigrant (Green Card) Investor’s Visa
Since the early 1990’s, foreign investors have been contributing to the U.S. economy and encouraging our country’s job growth through the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program. This program creates a pathway for investors, their spouses, and unmarried children under 21 to achieve permanent residency due to of their financial contributions to our nation’s economy. No matter the complexity of your commercial investment, it’s our goal to make the EB-5 application process as stress-free and efficient as possible for you and your family.
If you need assistance with an immigrant visa, citizenship application, adjustment of status, or another immigration situation, Magnolia Immigration Law can help you. Contact us today by calling (321) 558-2555 or completing our contact form.
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Our extensive experience in immigration will serve as a huge asset to you and your loved ones as you work on joining the many immigrants who have called the U.S. their home. Fill out our contact form or call (321) 558-2555 to schedule a consultation. We are licensed to work in Florida, New York, and throughout the United States.