Immigration Victory, Building Futures

We are an immigration law firm located in Miami, Florida, specialized in deportation cases, asylums, pardons, residencies, citizenships, family petitions, investor visas, fiancés, and special skills, among others.

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    ABOUT LAURA

    Immigrant Advocate: Navigating Paths, Transforming Lives

    Born in Havana, Cuba, Laura began her career as a lawyer in Mexico, where she obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Law. After years of practice, he moved with his family to Miami, where he completed his studies at Florida International University (FIU) College of Law. With a special sensitivity to the specific dreams, expectations, fears, and needs of immigrants, Laura and her family have experienced the immigration process to the United States firsthand.

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    “Your case deserves empathy, respect, confidentiality, honesty, discipline and professionalism.”

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    SERVICES

    Opening Doors in the Immigration Area

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    Citizenship

    American citizenship or nationality is the status of a natural person as a legal member of the United States. It involves rights, privileges, immunities, and economic benefits including federal assistance.

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    Residence

    Foreign immigrants who obtain legal Permanent Residence are given a resident card, also known as a “green card.” This authorizes them to live and work legally and permanently within the United States.

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    E-2 Visa for Investors

    Investor visas (E-2) are nonimmigrant visas for citizens of a country with which the United States maintains a trade or navigation treaty or agreement and who wish to go to the United States.

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    Student visa

    There are two categories of nonimmigrant visa for people who wish to study in the United States. The “F” visa is for academic studies, and the “M” visa is for non-academic or vocational studies.

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    Refugees and Asylum

    Refugee or asylum status may be granted to people who have suffered persecution or who fear persecution for reasons of race, religion, nationality, and/or membership in a certain social group or political opinion.

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    K-1 Visa for Fiancees

    The K-1 visa is a visa issued to the fiancé or fiancée of a United States citizen to enter the United States.

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    H-3 Visa for Training

    The H-3 nonimmigrant visa category allows foreigners to come temporarily to the United States for the purposes of receiving specialized education.

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    0-1 Visa for People with Extraordinary Abilities

    Individuals with skills in science, arts, education, business or athletics, or have demonstrated a record of extraordinary achievement and have been recognized nationally and internationally.

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    VAWA Residence for Victims of Violence

    VAWA is the acronym for a law called the Violence Against Women Act, or Violence Against Women Act to protect victims of abuse who are not citizens of the United States.

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    WHY LAURA

    Empowering Dreams:  Effective Migration Solutions

    From the United States we stay up to date with updates on immigration laws to be able to offer you a precise solution to your needs.

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    Your Victory is My Mission

    200+

    Successful cases

    20 Years

    of Experience

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    Families Reunited

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    PRESS AND MEDIA

    From TV to Your Case:
    Bringing Immigration Expertise to the Screen

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