HAWM Law is your trusted partner in immigration law. Based in Orlando and serving clients nationwide, our dedicated team of attorneys is committed to guiding you through the complexities of the immigration process with expertise, compassion, and integrity. Whether you’re seeking to reunite with loved ones, pursue employment opportunities, or find refuge from persecution, we’re here to advocate for your rights and achieve your immigration goals.

As immigrants we have walked in your shoes. We understand first-hand the struggles and the importance of your immigration matter, not just for you but for your entire family and future. You do not have to go through this process alone and you should not take chances with your immigration status. Trust your case to our award-winning team.

Why HAWM Law?

  • Expertise: Our attorneys primarily focus on immigration law, allowing us to stay abreast of the latest developments and provide you with the most effective legal strategies.
  • Compassion: We understand the challenges and uncertainties that come with navigating the immigration system. Our team is here to provide you with personalized support and compassionate guidance every step of the way.
  • Nationwide Representation: While we’re based in Orlando, we proudly represent clients from across the United States. No matter where you’re located, our firm is equipped to handle your immigration case with diligence and professionalism.
  • Client-Centered Approach: At HAWM, we prioritize the needs and concerns of our clients above all else. Your success and satisfaction are our top priorities, and we’ll work tirelessly to achieve the best possible outcome for your case.
  • Proven Track Record: Over the years, we have successfully helped countless individuals and families achieve their immigration goals. Our track record of success speaks for itself, and we are dedicated to delivering exceptional results for our clients.

Service Area




Rose D’Haiti

Snr. Paralegal

Samela Pynas


Mia Hernandez

Documents Clerk

Dimi Syblis

Firm Administrator




Green Card Applications



Citizenship Cases


Waiver Applications

Payment Options for Legal Fees & Costs

To ensure our clients have convenient options to pay for legal fees and costs associated with immigration matters, we offer various payment methods tailored to suit your needs and financial situation. We offer flexible Payment Plans to help manage legal expenses. Get approved for a payment plan today:

  • Pay Later with Affirmhttps://secure.lawpay.com/pages/hawmlaw/operating
  • FortifyiQualify Retainer Financing – Clients can apply for financing up to $100,000. Soft credit pulls – no hard inquiry. Lowest Monthly Payments. Fixed Rate and Term. Credit down to 550.
  • FortifyiQualify Income-Based Payment Plans – Clients can qualify a client for up to $7,500 using single bank statement or paystub.
  • Flexxbuy – clients can finance legal fees of up to $50,000.
  • Build Your Dreams Immigration Loans – Get up to $10,000 to cover your legal services and filing fees and spread your payments over 12 to 60 months. Choose shorter terms for a lower total cost or choose longer terms for a lower monthly payment that fits your budget. After 12 months, you can pay off your loan early, regardless of the terms, to reduce your overall cost and still enjoy a positive credit file. https://bydcash.com/preapprove/
  • Mission Asset Fund – a non-profit lender, provides zero-interest microloans to immigrants to cover their USCIS filing fees. These loans cater to pro bono clients seeking a means to manage the expense of filing fees while also offering the advantage of assisting clients in establishing credit history.. – https://www.missionassetfund.org/immigration-programs/

For inquiries regarding payment options, billing, or any other financial matters, please contact our billing department at 407.802.3223 or officemanager@hawmlaw.com. Our dedicated team is here to assist you and ensure a smooth payment process throughout your legal journey.




The purpose of our resource center is to provide education, information, community referrals, and other support services.


There are avenues to US citizenship: birth, derivative (automatic) or naturalization. Naturalization is the process whereby lawful permanent residents apply after a statutory period of residence to become a citizen. During this process they will undergo a background check and be required to pass a US history and civics exam as well as a test of their ability to read and write English.

Handling an immigration matter, like almost all other areas of the law, does not require you to be represented by an attorney. However, immigration is by far one of the most complex areas of the law, both in substance and procedure. As such, it can be difficult navigate without the assistance of an attorney. Further, it has been statistically proven that persons represented by an attorney have a greater probability of a successful outcome.

There are attorney’s that conduct document review. However, at HAWM we pride ourselves on developing effective legal strategies that lead to successful results. In order to this, we conduct a thorough review of your personal history and family history to determine what immigration benefits you may be entitled. As such, we only conduct document review in very limited circumstances.

Notarios” or “Immigration Consultants” are individuals who offer legal advice or services on immigration matters. Notarios advertise themselves as being qualified in the area of immigration and able to represent individuals before the various immigration agencies. Notarios have no such qualification and routinely victimize and scam immigrants out of their hard earned money. An attorney is a licensed and trained practitioner who is authorized to act your behalf with all immigration related agencies. An attorney also has the authority to give legal advice with respect to your immigration documents and can represent you in court.

In order to sponsor a family member, you must first determine there is a qualifying familial relationship. US citizens may petition for their spouse, parent, children under 21, adult children or siblings. Lawful permanent residents may sponsor a spouse, child under 21 or an unmarried son or daughter over 21. The process begins with the filing of the I-130 Petition for Alien Relative, supporting documents and applicable fees.

If you need assistance with the family petition process, please contact our office and schedule a consultation.

If you entered the US before your 16th birthday and were under 31 as of June 15, 2012, you may qualify for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). In addition to the age requirement, DACA requires, among other things, that individuals have completed high school, two years of college or two years of military service.

Please contact our office to determine whether you meet the eligibility requirements for DACA.


If you have an immigration matter anywhere in the United States, we can help. Let the experienced attorneys at US Immigration attorneys provide you with the legal support and representation you deserve. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step in your immigration journey.

Your Future Is Our Top Priority.

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