“I’m grateful being a lawyer. When clients comes into my office they come as strangers but when they leave they become a lasting friend. It is very rewarding to me seeing my clients happy and reunited with their families when I win a case.”
~ Jalima Quintero ~
Areas of Practice
We provide legal advice and assistance effectively. Our customers count wit us and know that we are going to work hard
to solve their immigration problems. We specialize in the following areas:
Representation before EOIR Immigration Court
Cancellation of Removal
Representation before the USCIS Immigration Service
Removal of condition of residence
Motion to Reopen
Deferred Action ( CCIP )
Working residence contract
Renewal of Residence
Welcome to our website, our offices are located in the city of Miami, Florida. We are privileged to represent the Hispanic community in South Florida in cases such as deportation, asylum, cancellation of removal, adjustment of status, pardons, investor visas, religious, exceptional athletes and everything related to the branch of immigration .
Also one of our specialties is to represent immigration detainees who are in different detention centers in the country, it is our goal to do everything the law requires to recover their freedom to obtain bail and in turn lead towards a definitive legal status in the United States.
We have represented immigrants in the process of appeals to the Immigration Service, as well as the Board of Immigration Appeals or better known as BIA, in the same way the Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit US.
Our commitment to the Hispanic community also allows us to provide representation in proceedings to obtain legal status through a permanent residency through family petitioning, applications of all kinds, including work visas, investment visas, religious visas, humanitarian, labor certifications among others.
President Barack Obama defended his immigration policy in Miami.
Univision.com | February 26, 2015 | 7:12 A.M
President Barack Obama on Wednesday in Miami participated in a forum at Florida International University (FIU, its acronym in English) where he defended his immigration policy, including executive action it announced last November 20.
The measure covers the deportation to between 4.5 and 5 million undocuments immigrants .: 20 questions about the judge's ruling Hanen insisted that Obama has the legal power to act and repair the broken immigration system, he said, is broken, and He insisted that the benefit announced late last year is a temporary measure, and stressed that the permanent solution to the problem of 11 million undocumented immigrants passing through the approval in Congress for immigration reform.
Elsewhere in his speech, the president insisted that his administration is prioritizing deportation to those undocumented who have criminal records, but who have not committed crimes should not "be afraid" of being expelled from the United States.
Children affected by the earthquake in Nepal.
Release Date | May 13, 2015 | 7:00 A.M
USCIS recognizes that many Americans want to help and adopt Nepali children affected by the recent earthquake.
USCIS warns that adoption by a US citizen in itself does not make a child a US citizen does not immediately eligible to immigrate to the United States.
Before a child can immigrate to the United States after an intercountry adoption or proposed intercountry adoption, USCIS must determine that the child qualifies as "orphan" under the immigration laws of the United States, and that adoptive parents are able to provide appropriate care you need.
It is not uncommon that some minor emergencies how are you separated from their parents, other relatives or legal guardians temporarily. Efforts to reunite these children with their families or legal guardians must have absolute priority.