The immigration system in this country is complex, overwhelming and also one that is regularly at the center of some contentious political debates. Because of this, the process and laws can change quite frequently, which can significantly impact anyone living in the U.S. and those wishing to come to the U.S.
Keeping up and informed with massive amounts of information related to immigration can be all but impossible. But this doesn't mean you should ignore it or make decisions based on assumptions or second-hand information. The fact is any decision you make related to citizenship or an adjustment of status should be taken very seriously, as it can have a dramatic effect on your life.
These decisions don't just affect your rights in this country. They also affect your:
- Family: Being denied a visa, having it revoked or facing deportation can tear families apart, physically, financially and emotionally.
- Job: Being eligible to work in the U.S. can be essential to your ability to provide for yourself and your family and it can also be an important step in your career.
- Safety: Those who seek to escape dangerous conditions in one country can find the safety and security they need by living in America; having to leave and return to an unsafe situation can be devastating.
- Well-being: Being secure in your status and understanding your rights can help alleviate the considerable stress and fear people feel when they aren't quite sure where they fit in or what protections they have.
Considering all that is at stake when it comes to immigration issues, it makes sense that many people work with an attorney who keeps up with changing laws and understands legal procedures before they make any big decisions.
Our firm is well-positioned to help people all across Florida who have questions or concerns about immigration. Being informed and having legal support can help pursue the resolutions that are best for you. Please visit our website for more details on our background and capabilities.