The complex U.S. immigration laws and regulations constantly change and create seemingly insurmountable roadblocks to building a better life in America. One mistake or missed deadline can cause frustrating delays or permanently separate you from your home and loved ones in the United States.Most residents, foreign nationals and even citizens are not fully aware of the different laws and how they will affect their unique circumstance.The skilled Wesley Chapel immigration lawyers at DHW, P.A. have more than 15 years of combined experience assertively defending the rights of foreign nationals who want to come to or remain in the country. We can assist you with issues involving:CitizenshipNaturalizationGreen cardsFamily-sponsored visasDeportationAsylum claimsDetentionRemovalBond hearingsWaivers
A green card gives you many of the advantages of U.S. citizenship — including the unencumbered ability to work, study and drive in the United States. We help families maneuver through the complicated process of obtaining a green card that imparts crucial privileges. We analyze your situation to determine the best pathway to residency, collect vital evidence for your case, file the appropriate documents and attend Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS) interviews to ensure your rights are protected.
Being detained by immigration is a frightening experience. You can find yourself locked up in a jail cell, unable to work or interact with loved ones. Many times you are unaware of what you did wrong and why you are even being detained, Even if you have obeyed the law, you may lose your freedom and face removal to economically depressed or dangerous conditions in a foreign place. This is the worst possible outcome as you have established your life here and leaving would be detrimental to yours and your family’s well-being. We can represent you during Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) investigations and immigration court hearings to demand your fair treatment by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
A permanent resident can become a U.S. citizen through the naturalization process. Becoming a citizen is an honorable goal of many immigrants who want to vote or apply for their family members to join them in the United States. If you have a criminal record, however, you may be exposing yourself to removal proceedings. Our Wesley Chapel immigration attorneys determine your eligibility and thoroughly review your circumstances to ascertain that you are not making a decision or in a circumstance that places you at risk.