Headquartered in Miami Florida, Aguado Immigration Firm, PLLC represents clients in all aspects of immigration law. We are a boutique law firm which practices exclusively in Immigration law matters, from the first steps of business or work visas to family immigration, and deportation defense. Whether you’re an Investor, Professional, Artist or sports figure we can provide efficient and competent counsel to acquire a visa to the United States.
If you wish to petition for a family member or are facing deportation we will promptly and effectively defend your rights. We will not only protect your rights, but we will also fight for the rights of you family.
We specialize in employment and family-based U.S. immigration (green cards and visas), as well as Deportation defense and ICE detention. We work with individuals and companies to help secure green cards and visas for foreign nationals seeking to live and work in the United States.
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Immigration law is complex and can be risky to navigate alone. Aguado Immigration Firm, PLLC focuses solely on immigration law matters. We are committed to offering you personalized services and legal guidance. Our clients range from individuals and families to small businesses and large corporations. Nicolas Aguado and his team will answer all of your questions directly and help you explore your options thoroughly with relentless pursuit of your immigration relief under the law.
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There is no room for error in the immigration process. Aguado Immigration Firm PLLC, promises dedicated and results-driven immigration representation. You will receive cost-effective legal services delivered in a timely manner. We our driven by our passion for justice and a commitment to protect the powerless from the powerful. You can read more about our success in our case studies.
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An individual may be eligible for a US green card (lawful permanent residency) if certain legal requirements are met. There are different paths to a “US green card”. An individual may be sponsored by a family member or an employer in order to obtain a US green card. See Immigrant visas. Persons granted asylum or refugee status in the U.S. may be eligible to adjust their immigrant status to one of a permanent resident (green card). An immigration attorney can review the circumstances of an individual case and recommend available options.
Are you or a loved one ready to apply for Naturalization and become a US Citizen? Do you or a loved one believe you may already be a US Citizen? It is important to obtain proper legal counsel in order to discuss your options. The laws regarding US Citizenship as well as the applications themselves are very intricate and can often be confusing for someone who is not familiar with them.
Attorney Nicolas Aguado has extensive experience in assisting clients with their Naturalization application, including accompanying them to their interview, as well as helping clients determine if they may have already derived US Citizenship. Obtaining US Citizenship may bring with it many advantages including easier international travel.
If you are ready to take the next step and become a US Citizen contact Aguado Immigration Firm, PLLC today to schedule a consult and determine how we can help.
Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, requirements come out of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA). IRCA prohibits employers from hiring and employing an individual for employment in the U.S. knowing that the individual is not authorized with respect to such employment. Employers also are prohibited from continuing to employ an individual knowing that he or she is unauthorized for employment. This law also prohibits employers from hiring any individual, including a U.S. citizen, for employment in the U.S. without verifying his or her identity and employment authorization on Form I-9.