Broward County Immigration Lawyer
Committed Advocacy from a Florida Board-Certified Specialist
Immigration law in the United States of America is highly complex. If you are dealing with an immigration issue in the state of Florida, it is wise to obtain legal counsel from an immigration attorney who can help you navigate the complexities you face and arrive at a positive outcome. Not all immigration attorneys perform equally well, however, so it is important to carefully select a lawyer who can protect your interests efficiently and effectively.
If you are dealing with a complex immigration issue in Florida, talk to the Broward County immigration attorney at Peregrine Law, P.A. As one of only seven attorneys in Broward County to be certified by the Florida Bar in immigration and nationality law - and the only board-certified immigration lawyer in Davie or Plantation, Florida - Attorney Andrea Montavon-McKillip is uniquely equipped to handle a wide variety of immigration issues. With more than a decade of experience, Attorney Montavon-McKillip has successfully represented clients throughout the state of Florida. Her reputation as a client-focused and aggressive professional is well established.
Attorney Andrea Montavon-McKillip is prepared to handle a broad range of cases in the field of immigration law, including but not limited to the following:
If you are fleeing your home country due to persecution based on your race, nationality, religion, social group membership, or political beliefs, you may be able to apply for asylum in the United States. You must begin the asylum application process within one year of entering the country. Talk to Attorney Andrea Montavon-McKillip about your options as soon as possible.
A green card is an identification document that signifies lawful permanent residency. In order to become a citizen of the United States, you must maintain lawful permanent resident status for a certain period of time. The green card allows you to live and work in the United States and to pursue citizenship through naturalization if you choose to do so. Attorney Montavon-McKillip may be able to help you pursue your citizenship.
The United States government offers a limited number of business visas each year. Whether you wish to work in the United States on a temporary basis or you have long-term goals in mind, the Broward County immigration lawyer at Peregrine Law, P.A. can help you choose the right visa and pursue your professional goals in this country.
The EB-5 immigrant investor visa program allows foreign nationals who are interested in financially supporting business ventures in the United States to obtain legal resident status. The E-1 treaty trader visa and E-2 treaty investor visa are non-immigrant visas for investors. Contact Attorney Montavon-McKillip to learn more about these options and how to pursue your investment goals in the United States.
If you or someone close to you has been threatened with forced removal or deportation in the state of Florida, contact Peregrine Law, P.A. right away for tenacious deportation defense. It is important to talk to a lawyer as soon as you receive a Notice to Appear (NTA) before an immigration court. Attorney Montavon-McKillip has experience successfully defending clients facing deportation.
As a United States employer, it is important to follow the protocol established by Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) for employment authorization verification. You must fill out your I-9 employment verification forms thoroughly and accurately or you could become the subject of an ICE audit. Attorney Montavon-McKillip has experience in this area and has represented many clients who faced ICE audits.
U.S. Citizenship Through Naturalization
Peregrine Law, P.A. can help you pursue citizenship in the United States through the naturalization process. If you have a green card as a lawful permanent resident in the U.S., you can begin the process of obtaining citizenship after five years of maintaining your permanent residency status, or after three years if you are married to a U.S. citizen, assuming you agree to take the oath of allegiance, support the U.S. Constitution, and meet the other requirements of age, residence, presence, good moral character, and knowledge of English and U.S. history and government. Learn more about the stipulations and policies involving this process and how Immigration Attorney Andrea Montavon-McKillip can help you.
Contact Peregrine Law, P.A. to learn more!
Attorney Andrea Montavon-McKillip is prepared to help you navigate the complicated United States immigration system in order to achieve your short- and long-term goals in this country. Her experience and proficiency in this complex practice area enables her to provide effective advice and to find creative solutions that other attorneys might overlook. Fluent in Spanish and conversational in both French and Portuguese, she has helped clients from all over the world, including people from Caribbean and Latin American countries. Don't hesitate. Read the firm's consultation policy to learn about the first case meeting to address your concerns, or contact the Broward County law office today.