St. Petersburg Immigration attorney Serving pinellas county fl
Choosing an Immigration Lawyer in Pinellas County is an important decision. The American Dream™ Law Office, PLLC has different corporate headquarters strategically located throughout the state as well as in the US capital to serve as many clients as possible. Feel free to drop by! This location serves St. Petersburg, Clearwater, and the greater Pinellas County area.
The address for our St. Petersburg law office is as follows:
13575 58th St. North
Clearwater, FL 33760
Attorney Ahmad Yakzan is your best option for adjustment of status in St. Petersburg, Florida. He has helped numerous clients obtain their green card before the Citizen and Immigration Services of the State Department and the immigration court. Ahmad has also successfully represented immigrants in acquiring their permanent residence using family preference, employment-sponsored categories, and grants of asylum.
For Deportation Defense
Get a reputable deportation defense attorney like Mr. Yakzan to help with your removal proceedings case. He has represented clients ranging from voluntary departure, cancellation of removal, asylum, and adjustment of status. He can assist you with all of your deportation defense needs.
For Asylum Assistance
Attorney Yakzan has represented clients in asylum petitions before asylum offices around the State of Florida and the United States. He has helped clients in affirmative applications, which are usually filed before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service.
As an asylum attorney, he has also represented clients in defensive applications before various immigration courts around the US. He has assists asylum clients in filling appeals before the BIA and in front of several federal courts as well.
For Business Visa Processing
Turn to Attorney Yakzan for business visa processing needs in St. Petersburg, Florida. He has represented clients from around the world in their petitions for their L, T, N, O, R, P, and E visas. He has also helped people with their employment-based immigrant visa petitions.