Your Orlando Immigration Attorney
Henry Lim is ready to become your immigration attorney. Lim Law P.A. is a professional law firm dedicated to immigration law. Our U.S. immigration attorneys are members of the Florida State Bar Association and The American Immigration Lawyers Association. We handle an array of immigration law issues, including asylum, naturalization, and visa extensions. We also deal with all types of family-based visas and employment-based visas. Call +1 407-897-8870 to talk with an Orlando immigration attorney today. Se Habla Espanol.
We are here to help you find your way home.
We will be with you through the whole process.
The first step to entering the United States is getting a visa, and if you’re looking to invest in the U.S., an investor visa is a great option. Lim Law can work to help you through the process of applying for an E-1, E-2, or EB-5 visa.
The possibility of deportation or removal feels terrifying for many people living in the United States. Under U.S. immigration law, deportation follows a process and there are avenues to seek relief if you immediately contact an experienced immigration attorney. Call Lim Law now for help.
Applying for a temporary or permanent work visa is a very complex process; however, Lim Law can offer valuable guidance and assistance through the process of foreign worker certification and immigration.
Citizenship in the United States is open to all people seeking freedom and the opportunity of a new life. If you make the commitment to become a U.S. citizen, you receive all the rights and privileges granted in the U.S. Constitution. For an experienced immigration lawyer to work with you, contact Lim Law now.
Lim Law will work to guide you and your loved one through the process of acquiring a spouse or fiance visa and establishing permanent residency in the United States.
The length of time you are permitted to stay in the United States depends on your nonimmigrant visa classification. Lim Law will work to help qualified candidates to extend their stay in this country.
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