At Tampa Immigration Law Center, we work with our clients to provide tailored, expert advice across a range of legal immigration challenges. Based in Tampa, our commitment to transparency and firsthand problem-solving experience are why we stand out from the competition.
We specialize in US immigration law, providing our clients with confident guidance, experienced advice, and sound counsel regarding living and working in the United States.
An application for naturalization is a path to citizenship for current permanent residents of the United States. It’s a lengthy process, with strict requirements for eligibility. However, there are provisions if your spouse is a citizen, or you’ve lived in the US for over 20 years.
The application for US citizenship uses the same form as an application for naturalization, which permanent residents can now file online. The application makes special provisions for certain circumstances for which you may qualify.
The United States prioritizes family unity when awarding visas to non-residents. If you’re currently engaged to someone from another country, it’s your responsibility to file the necessary application for their visa.
If you’re considered inadmissible by the United States, you aren’t necessarily out of options. It’s advisable to work with an experienced immigration attorney who can help you navigate the process of waivers of inadmissibility.
People who are considered inadmissible to the United States may apply for Humanitarian Parole to gain access to the country. For immigration purposes, it is not considered entry to the US to live and work. These paroles are granted in limited circumstances.
Immigrants who reside in the United States and receive a Notice to Appear in immigration court from the Department of Homeland Security require deportation defense. It is one of the most complicated immigration law areas, but you’re not out of options once you enter proceedings. You may receive a cancellation of removal if:
Navigating the international travel rules for permanent residents and visa-holders is complex and can put your resident status at risk, but it isn’t impossible. We have experience helping people travel and re-enter the country without risking future naturalization. Talk with our legal team before making international travel plans.
Immigrant visas allow residents of other countries to enter the United States to live and work permanently. With nearly 200 different kinds of visa, it can be hard to find one for which you and your loved ones are best suited to apply. An experienced immigration legal team can help maximize your chances of visa approval.
There are immigration benefits available to undocumented family members of both active duty and veteran military personnel. Parole in Place (PIP) refers to these opportunities that aren’t generally available to civilians and their families. It provides a solution for the harsh immigration policies surrounding Greencard eligibility following an unlawful stay in the United States.