If immigration problems come knocking at the door, it’s time to seek the legal counsel of a highly qualified immigration attorney; one who knows the system and is on top of the virtually daily changes to the existing legislation. Make that call to Rifkin Fox-Isicoff, P.A. in Miami and Orlando.
Immigration lawyers specialize in immigration issues and are able to set the proper proceedings in motion to allow an illegal alien to attain legal status in the U.S. as a citizen. Knowing the immigration regulations in intimate detail are what Rifkin Fox-Isicoff, P.A. has been trained to do over the course of many years.
While your reason to immigrate to the U.S. may have to do with family or perhaps a job, the reasons don’t really matter if the ultimate goal is to become a legal permanent resident. If a person is living here illegally, this is another matter entirely. Either way, Rifkin Fox-Isicoff, P.A. in Miami and Orlando are able to discuss the available options, so an informed choice is possible. They are not there to judge their clients’ situation. They are there to ensure all the proper legal requirements are met for legal residency.
Getting the license that allows one to stay in the country permanently is a lot of work on the part of legal counsel. Ultimately, the best thing is to abide by the laws of the country one wants to work and live in legally. Doing this illegally is highly stressful and has ramifications no one really wants to consider – for instance deportation.
To obtain a license for permanent residency, consult with Rifkin Fox-Isicoff, P.A., as they specialize in immigration law and know how to handle any case that knocks on their door. They’re the best source of information and guidance when a person wants to become a legal U.S. resident. Rifkin Fox-Isicoff, P.A. focus on the educational component of practicing immigration law as well, and that includes offering advice on the eligibility requirements and other of the seemingly hundreds of immigration rules and regulations.
The most important thing to note, and this is just the basic facts to get started with, is that there are four immigration options available: immigration through employment, through a family member, permanent resident status as a refugee and/or seeking asylum, and immigration through a diversity lottery. Of course each method has its pros and cons. Rifkin Fox-Isicoff, P.A. in Miami and Orlando knows those pros and cons.