Our Practice Areas
Bankruptcy Attorney Miami, Florida
Mendez Law is a Miami based bankruptcy attorney law firm focusing on consumer bankruptcy, student loans, civil litigation, real estate foreclosure defense, and immigration legal representation. The law firm’s major focus is bankruptcy defense, specifically Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 proceedings. Mr. Mendez delivers practical advice, offering the highest quality service leading his clients to successful results. He represents clients in Miami-Dade County, Broward County, Palm Beach, Orlando, Tampa, Naples and everything in between.
The most important thing that you need to know when starting an immigration case is that every immigration case is unique. For this reason you need to refrain from filing a case based on how your relative or friend did it. Also, beyond the several sensitive factors involved in every immigration process, applicants must take in consideration that immigration law is constantly changing, the safest route to take is to hire an immigration lawyer; it is mandatory for them to be up to date with the law updates.
We process Employment Based, Business Based, and Family Based visas. Find your peace of mind starting your immigration process and immerse yourself in a new world of opportunities. We at Mendez Law, take pride helping immigrants reaching a legal status in the United States.
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- Permanent residency visa
- Intended for “priority workers”, professionals with advanced degrees, and individual with
- Require a job offer, or be an entrepreneurs who invests in a commercial enterprise in U.S.
- Non-immigrant visa
- Requires a U.S. company as sponsor
- For workers in specialized occupations
- Immigrant visa
- Requires a U.S. family member as sponsor
- Immediate Relative
- Family Preference (more distant family member)
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The above list is very general, there are several options, and specific requirements per each visa category. Only available to qualified applicants. Interested to learn more about your case, or start your immigration process?