South Florida Immigration Attorneys Helping You Live and Work in the United States
South Florida attorney and former U.S. immigration judge Jeffrey N. Brauwerman is board certified in immigration and nationality law through the Florida Bar and has a detailed understanding of how every aspect of the immigration process works. Mr. Brauwerman and his partners are committed to providing the highest quality representation in the areas of immigration and nationality law.
For efficient, caring and effective representation from an experienced lawyer, call 305-758-1234 to schedule a professional consultation.
For more information regarding immigration and the firm's past successes, visit the Success Stories section of this Web site.
An Honest Assessment of Your Needs
Federal immigration law determines whether a person is an alien and has the legal rights, duties, and obligations of aliens in the United States. It also provides means by which certain aliens can become lawful permanent residents and naturalized citizens with full rights of citizenship. Immigration law determines who may enter, how long they may stay and if and when they must leave.
- Family-based immigration
- Residence and visas through investment
- Employment-based immigration
- Medical employment visas and residence
- Removal hearings and bond proceedings
- Citizenship and naturalization
Contact the Shane, Shane & Brauwerman
Attorneys at the Shane, Shane & Brauwerman have extensive experience in all matters arising under the immigration and nationality laws. They are focused on assisting clients in obtaining visas, as well as handling matters before the Board of Immigration Appeals and the AAO (Administrative Appeals Office). To arrange a professional consultation about how the firm can be of assistance, contact the firm at 305-758-1234 or by e-mail. In-office and telephonic consultations are available.
Types of Visas
B ▪ Alien coming to the U.S. to visit temporarily for business or pleasure
E ▪ Alien coming to the U.S. to either carry on a trade between the U.S. and the country of which he is a national or to invest, develop and direct the operations of an enterprise in the United States
F-1 ▪ Alien who will become a bona-fide academic student or will enroll in a language training program
H-1B ▪ Alien coming to the U.S. for professional work
H-2 ▪ Alien coming to the U.S. to perform a temporary service
H-3 ▪ Alien coming to the U.S. for special training
J ▪ Alien coming to the U.S. to participate in a program designated by the federal government
K-1 ▪ A fiancée of a U.S. citizen coming to the U.S. to conclude a marriage to that U.S. citizen within 90 days of admission
K-3 ▪ Alien coming to the U.S. who is married to a U.S. citizen and has had a relative petition filed on his or her behalf
L ▪ Alien who will be an intra-company transferee as a manager, executive or one with special knowledge
M ▪ Alien who will become a bona-fide non-academic student
O ▪ Alien with extraordinary ability in science, arts, education, business or athletics coming to the U.S. to continue that work or one, who qualifies, coming to assist in the artistic or athletic performance
P ▪ Alien coming to the U.S. as an artist, entertainer, or athlete
Q ▪ Alien coming to the U.S. to participate in an international cultural exchange program approved by the attorney general
R ▪ Alien coming to the U.S. to perform services as a religious worker or minister of religion
T ▪Alien that has been a victim of a severe form of trafficking in persons, as defined in section 103 of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000
U ▪ Alien that has suffered substantial physical or mental abuse as a result of being a victim of criminal activity
V ▪ Alien married to a lawful permanent resident whose relative petition has been pending for three years
B, F, J, M, P, and some H and O visa applicants must have residence in a foreign country which the applicants have no intention of abandoning.