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Law Offices of Gail S. Seeram are immigration lawyer Orlando providing all aspects of U.S. immigration law services. Attorney Gail S. Seeram has over fifteen (15) years of legal experience defending and advocating for immigrants in the United States and immigrants seeking to call the United States home. We choose to exclusively practices immigration law so we can dedicate 100% of our resources to providing top level immigration services to our clients, where as our competitors practice numerous areas of law and cannot provide the same level of service.

Immigration Attorney Orlando, Gail S. Seeram has special immigration expertise in family immigration (including marriage cases, fiancé visas and international adoptions), work visas, investor visas, citizenship, waivers/appeals and deportation/removal (including asylum and criminal removal).

Family Immigration: Many lawful permanent residents and U.S. citizens hire immigration lawyer Orlando to assist with filing family immigration petitions for their spouses, children and siblings. The processing time for issuance of an immigrant visa or i-551 green card depends on the priority of preference of the immigration petition. Immigration Attorney Orlando offers a FREE in-office consultation to discuss who can file an immigration petition, who can be the beneficiary of an immigration petition, the processing times, and the filing fees. Other related family immigration issues include visa processing at the Visa Center for beneficiaries who are abroad, filing a waiver for re-entry for beneficiaries who were previously deported/removed from the U.S. or filing a waiver for admission for a beneficiary who has a prior conviction. Lastly, Gail Seeram, immigration lawyer Orlando, has assisted with many fiancé visas and humanitarian paroles into the United States. Immigration Attorney Orlando, Gail Seeram, has helped many families with the last step of getting an immigrant visa for their orphan/non-orphan adoption so their child can enter the U.S. with an immigrant visa.

Citizenship: As a U.S. citizen, one can travel with out restrictions, vote, qualify for certain federal benefits, obtain federal jobs and much more. Immigration lawyer Orlando, Gail Seeram, advise all her lawful permanent resident clients to file for U.S. citizenship when qualify after three (3) years of residency (if married to U.S. citizen spouse) or five (5) years of residency. In order to qualify for U.S. citizenship, one must complete an application, pay filing fees, pass an English test, pass a U.S. history test, demonstrate continuous residency in the U.S. and prove they possess good moral character. Immigration Attorney Orlando, Gail Seeram, assist to prepare citizenship applications, prepares clients for the interview/test and attend the interview with her clients. Immigration lawyer Orlando, Gail Seeram, will represent your best interest through the entire process of filing for U.S. citizenship.

Work Visas: There are many options available for immigrants who want to work on a temporary basis in the United States. Some non-immigrant chose to study in the U.S., which requires a student visa or F-1 visa. Once the potential student obtains a Form I-120 or acceptance from a U.S. school then the student can apply for a F-1 visa to study in the U.S. Immigration Attorney Orlando, Gail Seeram, has seen many F-1 students finish their studies and transition to a H-1B work visa that is issued for 3-6 years when submitted by a qualified employer. Canadians and Mexicans have the option of applying for a TN work visas that is issued to certain professions for a period of one year. Alternatively, one can work on a temporary basis in the U.S. by applying for investor visas such as: E-1/E-2 treaty investor, L-1 intracompany transferee visa, or O-1/P-1 visa for artist, entertainers, athletes or extraordinary ability persons. Immigration Lawyer Orlando, Gail Seeram, can review all available options with you for applying for a work visa.

Immigration Court & Removal/Deportation: Non-immigrants unlawfully present in the U.S. and lawful permanent residents (green card holders) can be placed in removal/deportation proceedings for committing a crime, voting unlawfully, fraud in obtaining an immigration benefit, false claim to U.S. citizenship, supporting or being a terrorist, etc. If you are issued a notice of hearing to attend immigration court, you want Immigration Attorney Orlando, Gail Seeram, representing you and in turn winning your case. She has represented thousands on immigrants in immigration court and has successfully presented waiver and relief for them to remain in the U.S.

Immigration Law Offices of Gail S. Seeram is a full-service immigration law firm with over fifteen (15) years of experience – we can help you win your immigration case! FREE in-office consultation and FREE LiveChat available at