Miami Immigration Attorney
Let Us Help You Navigate the Often-Turbulent Seas of U.S. Immigration Law
"It would seem that should be a simple issue with a clear answer, but this is immigration law, where the issues are seldom simple and the answers are far from clear." Alanis-Bustamante v. Reno 201 F.34d 1303, 1309 (11th Cir. 2000).
Modern U.S. immigration law is characterized by its hyper-technical statutes, policies, rules, and regulations, left to be disentangled by practitioners, agencies and the courts. Obtaining immigration benefits can often be a slow, frustrating process, and practicing in the area of immigration law requires a good deal of perseverance and obsessive attention to detail. Under our ever-changing and increasingly politicized immigration laws and policies, even seemingly minor missteps or oversights can have severe consequences.
Whether you are a refugee fleeing persecution, an individual fighting deportation, a family member seeking to sponsor a relative, an employer seeking to hire a foreign worker, or a foreign national looking to invest, work, or study in the United States, Figueroa-Contreras Law Group is here to help.
Contact us today to find out how our Miami immigration lawyers can help you with your case. Call (305) 501-4141 or reach out to us online to schedule your initial case evaluation.
U.S. Immigration, Nationality & Consular Matters We Handle
Our firm handles full-service U.S. immigration, nationality, and consular matters in all 50 U.S. states, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and at U.S. Embassies and U.S. consular posts worldwide. The experienced immigration team at FIGUEROA-CONTRERAS LAW GROUP has access to valuable resources and an in-depth, up-to-date understanding of U.S. immigration law and policy.
Our diverse immigration practice includes matters involving:
- Artists, Athletes, and Entertainers
- Asylum and Refugee Matters
- Business and Employment-Based Immigration
- Citizenship and Naturalization
- Deportation Defense
- Denaturalization Defense
- Humanitarian Parole
- Federal Immigration Litigation
- Family-Based Immigration
- Immigration Consequences of Crimes
- Student and Exchange Visas
- Victims of Domestic Violence (VAWA), Trafficking (T Visas), and Certain Crimes (U Visas)
- Visa Revocations and Cancellations
- Waivers of Inadmissibility
Do you have an immigration-related case or question? Schedule a confidential case evaluation appointment with our Miami immigration lawyers by calling (305) 501-4141 now.