Bridging The Immigration Gap In Central Florida
U.S. immigration is an area of law like no other, when it comes to involving the human element — for individuals seeking asylum, workers who need visas, relatives who long to be reunited with loved ones, persons fearing deportation and many others.
Are you seeking the skilled assistance of an experienced immigration law firm that recognizes the need for compassion and humanity in these situations?
If so, the Bennett Law Center in Groveland is here to help you.
Our founding attorney Bridgette Bennett uses her extensive legal knowledge to work for outcomes that you and your family will enjoy for many years. She is a client-focused, results driven immigration lawyer who listens to your goals and provides attentive personal service, start to finish.
Bridgette Bennett At Bennett Law Center — Years Of Experience, Positive Results For Immigration Law Clients
Immigration issues aren’t a sideline or secondary interest for Ms. Bennett. She concentrates exclusively on handling issues such as:
- Deportation defense: working aggressively to help you or your loved one fight removal and remain in the U.S. to seek documented status.
- Adjustment of status: If you are seeking permanent residency (a green card), U.S. citizenship or are here on a temporary visa and require an adjustment of status, you receive a full range of services. If she can’t help you now, Ms. Bennett is glad to explain what you need to do in order to improve your situation, and prepare you for anticipated changes in immigration laws that might offer you better opportunities.
- Waivers: These are available to a foreign national who has a spouse, parent or child who is a U.S. citizen residing here. For 601 waivers, President Obama has signed an executive order to allow spouses of U.S. citizens to remain in the U.S. during the approval process for up to six months, rather than having to return to their country of origin. Requirements to qualify are complex. Bennett Law Center can offer the legal help you need.
- Special immigration issues: Advising individuals and families who wish to immigrate or remain in the U.S. under terms of asylum or U visas for victims of crimes.
U.S. immigration laws affect people of all walks of life who seek work visas, permanent residency or U.S. citizenship. Bennett Law Center clients include licensed professionals, business owners, executives, skilled workers and families from all social and economic backgrounds.
Do you have questions about any aspect of immigration law in Florida? Contact us from wherever you are in Lake County, Marion County or Ocala County. Call 352-557-8989 locally — or 800-785-7060 toll free. You can also reach the office by email and Facebook. Weekend and evening appointments may be available by special arrangement. Se habla español.