Miami Visas, Immigration & Naturalization Law Firm
Attorney Clavijo has offices in Miami, Florida and Cali, Colombia. She provides high-quality legal service to help people navigate the complex immigration system, obtain proper documentation, and help them build a brighter future in the US.
She provides outstanding representation to clients in a wide range of Immigration matters, from Non-Immigrant Visas to Citizenship, representing individuals in cases before the U.S. Government agencies that perform immigration duties, such as the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Immigration Courts, and the Consular Sections of U.S. Embassies in foreign countries.
Since Immigration is based on Federal Law, not state law, the same rules apply all over the United States. Our office can handle cases from any state in the United States.
Overview of Immigration Services
Our firm will guide you through the maze of immigration processes, from the hiring to the transfer of foreign workers. With our experience working with all types of organizations and businesses and our vast knowledge of United States citizenship and immigration law, we can help you explore the options for work authorization and assist you with the documentation requirements necessary to obtain the appropriate visa.
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If you are looking to obtain lawful permanent residence in the United States, it is imperative that you contact a knowledgeable immigration attorney. Even the smallest mistake on paperwork or one missed deadline may hinder your chances of receiving a Green Card. Our immigration attorneys can advise you on the best course of action to obtain permanent resident status and assist with the preparation of all forms and supporting documentation.
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Being a citizen of the United States is a requirement for legal employment, as well as many of the privileges afforded by government programs such as Medicaid and Medicare, and retirement benefits from Social Security.
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