If you have unsuccessfully gone through the immigration application process in the past, then your case was probably denied and closed. If this is the case, there is an option available to you, it is an application to reopen your old immigration case and re-apply for immigration to become eligible to receive a green card. Permanent residency in the United States has many benefits and there are many reasons why an individual may want to apply for permanent residency. If you have been denied a green card, then you will greatly benefit from the legal assistance of an Orlando immigration lawyer from Pozo Goldstein, LLP.
Our firm has helped numerous individuals through the process of motions to reopen their old immigration cases. Through our legal assistance there have been many individuals that have obtained green cards and many families that have been re-united. We can answer any questions you have pertaining to your case, discuss your options, counsel you as to the best legal action for you to take and provide you with zealous representation of your case in court if you choose to work with us.
At Pozo Goldstein, LLP we are an immigration law firm with over 90 years of combined experience in areas of nationality law. We have a history of success in the cases that we handle as well as many satisfied clients that we have represented. It is important that you have sound legal assistance if you are hoping to maximize your chances of a successful outcome of your application for a motion to reopen. Once your case is reopened you could benefit from our firm as we can help you through this process as well.
If you are seeking to reopen your immigration case, contact an Orlando motion to reopen attorney from our firm today.
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