Immigration is the process by which persons born outside the United States seek the right to legally travel, conduct business, work, and/or live in the U.S.
HAWM represents individuals, families, small and medium sized business entities seeking these rights for their loved ones or employees. We provide legal advice, and will evaluate your immigration goals to determine the best immigration strategy under the existing legal and policy framework. As your advisor, we will evaluate your immigration case and help navigate you through the immigration process from start to finish. Each application and/or petition is thoroughly analyzed and clients are given thoughtfully planned, straightforward advice on their best immigration strategy.
Our immigration and criminal teams work closely together to develop the best strategy in defending criminal matters to avoid adverse consequences for non-citizen clients. If you are a non-citizen charged with a criminal offense you will need a criminal lawyer who can fully understand, appreciate and represent your immigration interests. At HAWM, our firm has designed that kind of synergy between our immigration and criminal department for our clients.
Our Immigration Team routinely handles all type of immigration matters including:
Exchange Visitor J1
Extraordinary Ability 01
Religious Worker R
Specialty Worker H1B
Student F1 M1
Treaty Trader E1 E2
Visitors B1 B2
Seasonal Worker H2
As immigrants to the US, we understand what is at stake in the immigration process for you, your family and your future generations. Lawful immigration status is critical to leading a functional life in the US and we are your partners in the first step to achieving the American Dream.
When handling your immigration case, we utilize not only our knowledge and experience, but also creativity and a fresh approach to solving your problems. The Orlando Immigration Attorneys at HAWM Law have the resources, experience and knowledge to provide our clients strong, effective and compassionate legal representation when it matters the most.