Immigration

Areas Of Practice

The legal team at the Caribbean Law group offers knowledgeable assistance to individuals, families and companies with immigration and nationality needs. We represent individuals and corporations for diverse immigration matters. If you are considering immigration of any kind we at the Caribbean Law Group can help you in any situation. Our lawyers have extensive experience and can handle cases and situations related to any of the following areas:

For Employers

There is a lot of information out there regarding immigration, work immigration and others. When it comes to knowing what you need, in regards to related forms, you cannot afford to be wrong. There are very serious legal repercussions on employers for not adhering to the national laws of immigration. Read more about information for employers.

For Individuals

If you are an individual seeking a temporary visitation visa, or a work visa, immigration through asylum, citizenship or many other immigration issues, there are many issues you must be aware of. The process for any immigration issue can be long and difficult, you will be asked to provide extensive documentation as well as information that must be completed on various legal forms.

Citizenship

Citizenship is a very long and difficult process to go through, especially if it is through naturalization. There are many difficulties that can arise, and many ways to be denied if you are not properly informed or represented.

Visa

A visa is a pass that allows you into the United States, generally for a temporary period of time. Visas can range in purpose and are tailored to fit your exact needs and desires. There are business and investment visas, tourism visas, visitation visas, as well as many others.

Adoptions

Adoption is a wonderful thing, but there are many difficulties that can arise throughout the process that may require legal help. In addition to the extensive fees and documentation, there are some foreign governments that can be very difficult to deal with.

Asylum

If you are facing persecution in your home country, you may be eligible for asylum. Persecution can be targeted at a person's race, religious beliefs, nationality, political stance as well as many others. No one deserves to be persecuted for things they should be free to practice/believe.

Business Immigration

There are many reasons why a person will want to immigrate to the United States. One of these many reasons is for a business opportunity. There is a special visa for a business opportunity as well as a special process involved in establishing residency.

Business Visa

One of the many reasons why a person would want to come to the United States is for a business opportunity. When an opportunity arises, there is a specific visa tailored to the needs of those in this situation, called a business visa. This visa will allow a person a set amount of time in order to conduct whatever kind of business is at hand, and then return home.

Criminal Defense & Immigration

If a foreign national wishes to immigrate to another country there are laws that must be adhered to. When a law is broken, there could be serious consequences, including possible deportation. If a non-resident is convicted of a felony, they could face deportation. Or if a prospective immigrant has a criminal record, they could be denied eligibility.

Employment Visas

Visas in regard to employment are separated into five different categories depending on preference. From priority workers to immigrant investors, these are provided so allow for immigrants to come into the United States while seeking employment opportunities.

Immigration Visa

While there are many different visas, which are tailored to the specific needs of an applicant, all visas fall under two categories: immigration visas and non-immigrant visas. An immigration visa is one that allows the applicant to stay for an extended period of time such as a fiancé visa and a work visa among many others.

Naturalization

There are many ways to become a citizen of the United States; one of these ways is through a rigorous process called naturalization. It involves staying in the United States for a period of time in order to demonstrate proper behavior, and to obey the nation's laws, and maintain good driving and criminal records.

Non-Immigrant Visa

There are two basic categories of visa, the immigration visa, and the non-immigrant visa. The non-immigrant visas are short-term visas that allow an individual to visit, tour, vacation, or conduct brief business and then return to their country.

Student Visa

A student visa allows an individual to attend an educational school or program as opposed to a vocational program for a temporary period of time. It also allows the person to work part time in some cases, and the educational program that the person wishes to attend must be on the list of accepted programs or schools.

Work Visa

Among many other immigration visas available to those who are wishing to enter into another country there is the work visa. This visa allows an individual to work for an indefinite period of time, as long as eligibility for renewal of the visa is maintained, and the visa is renewed.