Helping Hopeful Immigrants Live in the United States
Let Custer Law Group Help You Through the Immigration Process
Custer Law Group It is exciting to consider the prospect of obtaining residency or citizenship in the United States. However, it is a major undertaking with confusing steps that must be handled correctly.
At Custer Law Group, we take pride in helping our clients fill out the right paperwork and demonstrate their need to enter into the country through legal means. Whether you are a skilled worker looking to relocate your family or you are facing deportation, our West Palm Beach lawyer can provide you with the resources you need to improve your outcome.
Call Custer Law Group today by dialing 561-533-6650 to schedule your 60-minute consultation. You can also contact us online.
How Custer Law Group Can Help You
Each case is different, but every one requires focus and dedication. As an immigrant himself, Custer Law Group offers each client helpful insights and useful counsel to move forward with their immigration process.
Our firm can help with immigration issues such as:
The U.S. Immigration Process
There are many different visas available for different kinds of situations. For example, a U.S. citizen with family abroad goes through a different process than a worker with family abroad. Students who wish to pursue technological education will have a different visa than student athletes. All these details should be handled by a legal professional with care and compassion.
No matter how high your immigration priority status may be, it is always important to ensure you do everything you need to. Our team can help you understand how to improve your chances as much as possible for entering the country.
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During your 60-minute consultation, our team will help you understand the nature of your situation and what must be done to proceed effectively. We can provide you with helpful information and careful guidance to ensure your application is filed successfully.
Dial 561-533-6650 now to schedule your 60-minute consultation with Custer Law Group
West Palm Beach Asylum Attorney
Compassionate Legal Service for Those Fleeing Dangerous Conditions
Asylum or refugee status is a protective status for people who have left their native country due to fear of persecution. Individuals who have entered the U.S. seeking this protection are referred to as asylees while those seeking this protection from outside the U.S. are referred to as refugees. If you are an individual who meets the definition of asylee, you may be permitted to remain in the U.S. by applying for asylum within a year of your entry into this country. After a year of asylum status, you can apply for a green card.
Contact us to arrange for a consultation with our West Palm Beach asylum lawyer at 561-533-6650. You can also contact Custer Law Group online.
At Custer Law Group, we can provide the legal assistance you need to give you the best chance of a favorable outcome. Our legal team is fully equipped to help you, ensuring that you understand the process and how it works. We pride ourselves on the personalized service we provide where you are treated with compassion and respect.
What Is the Definition of an Asylee?
An asylee is a person who fears persecution or who has suffered persecution in his or her native country (or country of last residence). This is a person who is unable to obtain protection from the persecution from his or her present government.
Persecution may be based on:
When seeking asylum, you may include your spouse and children under the age of 21 on your application. You may apply regardless of your current immigration status or how you entered the U.S. This type of asylum is referred to as affirmative asylum processing under the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
Asylees who are found to have participated in any type of persecution based on the above will not be granted asylum by the USCIS.
Let Custer Law Group Provide the Assistance You Need
Applying for asylum is a legal process with many steps. Our immigration attorney can help you throughout the process, from establishing your eligibility to submitting a thorough and accurate application to helping you prepare for an interview with an immigration official. We understand the confusion, difficulty, and stress involved in any immigration matter and are here to help smooth the way while seeking a positive result.
Phone our office to arrange for a consultation at (561-533-6650.
West Palm Beach Citizenship Lawyer
Legal Assistance with Obtaining Citizenship in Florida
Naturalization is the process provided by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) that leads to U.S. citizenship for foreign-born individuals. In order to apply for citizenship, you must first meet all the requirements and then take all the steps necessary as laid out under immigration law. At Custer Law Group , our legal team has guided many clients through this process, helping clients obtain all of the rights and privileges that those born here enjoy.
Learn more about the route to citizenship. Connect with our West Palm Beach citizenship attorney at 561-533-6650 or contact us online.
The Path to Citizenship
While the U.S. does not make it easy to become a citizen, applying correctly can increase your chances at a favorable outcome. Custer Law Group can help.
In order to apply for naturalization, you must be:
If you qualify, you must submit the necessary forms, personal documents, and photographs along with a filing fee to a USCIS Service Center. The USCIS will contact you for getting fingerprinted and for any additional documents or requirements needed. After that, you will need to take tests in English and civics and attend an interview with an immigration official. A decision will then be made as to your application. If successful, you will be asked to attend a citizenship ceremony where you will take the oath of allegiance.
Our Firm is Here to Help You Succeed
While this may all sound daunting, our firm is here to provide assistance and coaching every step of the way. We will ensure that your application is completed accurately and professionally to avoid potential delays or rejections due to errors. We consider it a privilege and a trust in helping our clients move forward through this very important and life-changing process.
Ready to begin your route to citizenship? Contact Custer Law Group to consult with our West Palm Beach citizenship attorney at 561-533-6650 today.
West Palm Beach Deportation Defense Attorney
Working to Protect Your Future in the U.S.
The threat of being removed from the U.S. is one of the most distressing situations that can occur to non-citizens. If you are facing deportation, you are no doubt worried about what this will mean for yourself and your family. You likely have little knowledge of potential legal options or how you can fight removal.
Find out how we can help defend you against deportation by contacting us at (561-533-6650.
You should understand that deportation proceedings do not automatically mean you will be removed. Certain options may be available to you that can be used in your defense. You will need the assistance of an experienced immigration lawyer who can review your case and determine your options. At Custer Law Group, our West Palm Beach deportation defense attorney can provide you with the skilled and determined legal support necessary to help you seek removal relief.
Reasons for Deportation
Living in the U.S. for non-citizens is a privilege and not a right. You are bound by the terms of your visa as well as U.S. law. If you violate the terms of your visa or state or federal laws, you can be legally removed from the country.
You may be deported if:
What is the Procedure for Deportation?
You will receive a Notice to Appear (NTA) if immigration officials wish to start deportation hearings against you. These proceedings are a civil matter—not a criminal one. An attorney will represent the U.S. government in the hearings, and you will not be provided an attorney as in criminal cases. Because of this, you should hire an immigration lawyer who can challenge the government’s case with appropriate legal actions.
Contact Custer Law Group for Deportation Representation in Florida
Our firm has represented many individuals in deportation cases in and around the West Palm Beach area. We care about your case and offer reliable, trusted, and honest assistance in this very crucial legal matter. Call us to speak with our West Palm Beach deportation defense attorney in a 60-minute consultation today.
Get the help you need. Contact us at 561-533-6650 or contact Custer Law Group online.
West Palm Beach Employment Visas Attorney
Client-Driven Employment Visa Firm Serving Businesses & Individuals
For those seeking to work in the U.S., there are many types of employment visas available. Choosing the appropriate one for your needs or the needs of your employees can be daunting, and the application process for any visa is complex. Whether you’re seeking a visa for yourself or are hiring a foreign worker, it is in your best interested in retain an experienced attorney to help you navigate the process.
If you are an individual or employer looking for employment immigration services in the greater West Palm Beach area, we invite you to contact Custer Law Group. Our immigration law firm is dedicated to providing outstanding legal service that is honest, transparent, and highly professional. We serve businesses of all types and sizes, from small, family-owned companies to large corporations as well as entrepreneurs and other business individuals.
Get the legal advice and support you need for an employment visa. Phone Custer Law Group at 561 -533-6650 .
Employment-Based Visa Categories
In most cases, you must be sponsored by an employer to obtain an employment-based immigrant visa, or EB visa. Every year approximately 140,000 of these visas are provided by the U.S. government for qualified applicants. These visas are divided into five main categories according to preference. In many cases, spouses and minor children may be allowed to accompany or join the accepted applicant.
Employment visa categories include:
These categories are filled in chronological order until the annual limit has been reached, at which point a backlog will occur. Once your visa application is approved, it will be sent to the National Visa Center for further processing.
How Our West Palm Beach Employment Visa Lawyer Can Help
Our immigration lawyer has many years of experience in helping individuals obtain green cards, employment visas, student visas, and family-based visas. We can take care of all of the details concerning your application, from qualifying you to submitting your application and handling any difficulties along the way. If you are ready to start your work-based application, call us for an initial consultation to discuss your case.
Reach out to our firm today at 561-533-6650or by contacting us online.
West Palm Beach Family & Marriage Visas Attorney
Affordable & Caring Immigration Services to Help Your Loved Ones
The path towards lawful permanent residency with a green card can be obtained through family-based immigration. If you are a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, you can sponsor certain family members through appropriate legal channels. At Custer Law Group, our West Palm Beach family and marriage visas lawyer can guide you every step of the way through this process and ensure you have the professional assistance needed to give you the best chance of success.
Contact us at 561-533-6650 for legal advice concerning your case. 60-minute consultations are available.
Who Qualifies for Family-Based Immigration?
These visas are meant to help those who are not earning a primary income for the family.
If you are a U.S. citizen over the age of 21, you can sponsor the following immediate relatives:
You can also sponsor the following family members, but they will not have the same preference in obtaining a visa as immediate family members listed above:
Lawful permanent residents (green card holders) may sponsor:
U.S. citizens can also sponsor a foreign-born fiancé(e) as well as his or her child through a K-1 visa to allow for your marriage in this country within 90 days. This visa does not grant lawful permanent residency, and you must fulfill all requirements.
Get Started Today with Affordable Help from Custer Law Group
Our firm is dedicated to helping you achieve the dream of reuniting with your loved ones through the appropriate legal immigration process. We are here to see that your application is filed correctly, to overcome any obstacles, and to give you the guidance needed at every phase of the process.
To request a consultation, contact us at (561) 561-533-6650 or reach out to us online.
West Palm Beach Green Card Attorney
Obtaining Legal Permanent Resident Status
Many routes exist under U.S. immigration law to obtain a green card. Green card holders have the security of lawful permanent residency. They can live, work, and remain in the U.S. as long as their card stays current.
Obtaining a green card is a complicated process that requires accuracy, thoroughness, and patience. Even then, you may run into delays or obstacles presented by government bureaucracy. That is why it is best to enlist the services of a trusted immigration attorney who has learned the ropes through years of experience dealing with immigration law, procedure, and officials.
Need assistance with the green card process? Reach out to our green card law firm in West Palm Beach at 561-533-6650.
The Green Card Process in the U.S.
In order to obtain a green card, you will need to fit into one of the eligible categories set up by U.S. immigration law.
You may be eligible to apply for a green card in the following ways:
Understanding all of the intricacies of the green card application process can be daunting and, if your application contains errors, omissions, or lack of detail, could result in delays or denials. To avoid this, you should seek professional legal help from a green card lawyer.
What to Do After Receiving Your Green Card
fter you are approved for your green card, it is important to know that you can use your card for readmission to the country after a trip abroad that is shorter than one year. If you are abroad for longer than a year, you will need a reentry permit.
Additionally, as a lawful permanent resident, you will need to renew your card after ten years. You will also need to replace your green card if it is lost, damaged, or stolen. For replacing or renewing a green card, lawful permanent residents would file for I-90.
If you have a green card as a conditional permanent resident, you would need to remove your conditions to permanent residency after two years. This involves two different depending on if you arrived in the U.S. for family-based or business-based reasons.
Both of these must be filed during the 90 day period before the card expires.
Can a Green Card Be Revoked?
it is very difficult to revoke a green card, but not impossible. Your lawful permanent resident status can be revoked due to a number of factors.
Factors that can lead to the revocation of your Green Card include:
If your green card is revoked, you could face deportation from the country. If your green card has been revoked or you have concerns over losing your permanent resident status, reach out to Custer Law Group right away.
Why Hire Our Green Card Attorneys?
We are a dedicated West Palm Beach immigration law firm that believes in the personal touch, professional service, and making your green card goal affordable. Our attorney, Custer Law Group, is a former immigrant and has a thorough understanding of the stress and uncertainty involved with the green card process. We offer 60-minute consultations to help get you started and put you at ease under our care. Throughout the entire process, we provide the guidance and support you need.
Get started on your green card application today. Contact our office in West Palm Beach at 561-533-6650 or fill out an online contact form.
West Palm Beach Investment Visas Attorney
Seasoned Legal Service for Foreign-Born Investors
If you are a foreign national who wishes to invest in a U.S. business, you may qualify for a green card (lawful permanent residency) under a visa labeled EB-5 established by the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services). This employment-based program has strict requirements and eligibility criteria.
Bring your immigrant investment case to us for legal advice. Call Custer Law Group at (561-533-6650.
As a full-service immigration law firm, Custer Law Group can help you determine eligibility and guide you through the EB-5 process. Our West Palm Beach investment visa lawyer is well-versed in immigration law and procedure and is here to help enhance your chances for a successful result.
The EB-5 Investment Program
While the immigration process is often used to keep families together and bring skilled workers into the country, it can also be used to introduce new investment opportunities into the economy. The EB-5 program allows immigrants to buy a visa.
Under this program, as an investment entrepreneur, you (and your spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21) may be eligible for a visa if:
You may be in the process of investing or have already invested in a new business, one that is restructured, or you may be expanding a current business. You must also demonstrate that you will take an active part in the business, though it is not required that you control it. The business may be located anywhere in the U.S. and you must maintain your investment and participation in it for a minimum of three years. Generally, you are not restricted as to your source of investment funds as long as they have been legally obtained.
EB-5 green cards are limited by the U.S. government to 10,000 per year with 3,000 of those set aside for investment in economically-disadvantaged areas.
Talk to Our West Palm Beach Immigration Attorney
For a more detailed discussion about the investor program and your potential eligibility, we recommend that you contact our office to arrange a consultation. We can provide the knowledge, guidance, and oversight needed for a professionally-completed application and its accompanying process through the immigration system.
Request your consultation by contacting us at 561-533-6650 or reaching out to us online.
West Palm Beach Student Visas Lawyer
Offering Professional Legal Help to International Students
Many foreign nationals dream of pursuing their studies in the U.S. If you are one of them, you may be able to secure a nonimmigrant student visa under the programs offered by the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services). At Custer Law Group, you will receive proper preparation and guidance throughout the application process from our West Palm Beach immigration attorney. We offer competitive pricing, honest and transparent service, and professional excellence in helping all of our valued clients when applying for student, employment, and family-based visas as well as green cards.
Learn more about the student visa process. Phone Asghar Law at 561-533-6650 for a consultation or contact us online.
Student Visa Requirements
Student visas are commonly referred to as F and M visas.
The requirements for obtaining one of these visas include:
F-1 student visas are for students enrolled in an academic program that leads to a diploma, degree, or certificate. While studying in your first year, you are not allowed to work off-campus but may be allowed to work on-campus in the following years, subject to certain conditions.
M-1 student visas are for students pursuing nonacademic or vocational programs.
Custer Law Group – Here to Help You Succeed
It is important to remember to begin the application process in a timely manner so that your studies are not missed due to unexpected legal delays. That is why we recommend that you consult with our West Palm Beach student visa lawyer as soon as you start planning your education. We can provide professional assistance with the timetable, the application process, and help with any problems or obstacles that may arise.