Former Prosecutor and Now Your Florida Immigration Attorney
Over 14 percent of the U.S. population are classified as immigrants. Florida is proud of its multicultural makeup and we welcome people from all around the world.
Unfortunately, the journey is not always as smooth as we would like for immigrants. It can take time for eligible people to obtain clearance to enter or remain in the U.S., to work here, or to allow families to reunite. Others face the heartache of removal and being separated from their families. This firm understands that this may be the most important focus of your life right now.
At Sando Law, P.A., Attorney Sando uses his experience as a former prosecutor to help defend South Florida families with life-changing immigration law issues. Attorney Sando will work tirelessly on your behalf because he knows that when it comes to representing a client, there can be a far bigger impact on a family.
Generally, it is never as easy as it may seem.
Whatever your immigration issue may be, it is typically safe to assume that it will not be as straightforward as reading websites or duplicating the actions of your friends or family. Most immigration services involving the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) take time, paperwork, attention to detail, and considerable patience.
Having an attorney who was a former prosecutor to help provide knowledge on various immigration processes can be invaluable. Additionally, an experienced immigration lawyer provides you with the opportunity to know what to expect. Oftentimes, the smallest of errors can lead to big delays, complications or denials when it comes to obtaining visas, completing green card applications or building a defense against deportation.
That’s where we can help. Call us to see if Sando Law, P.A. can help navigate the immigration process for you and help avoid unnecessary mistakes or delays to better ensure success with your immigration needs.
Immigration Services we provide:
- Adjustment of Status
- I-751 (Removal of Conditions)
- I-90 (Green Card Renewal)
- I-601a Provisional Waiver
- VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) / U-Visa