Business Based Immigration

At Isa Law, we understand how tedious the process of getting the appropriate visa is to start working in the United States or open your own business. We make it easy. Our goal is to help you find the appropriate visa to apply for based on your unique circumstance. 

There are many different types of employment-based nonimmigrant visas such as the E-1 Visa (Treaty Trader Visa), E-2 Visa (Investor Visa), H-1B Visa (Specialty Workers Visa), L-1A Visa (Intracompany Transferee Executive or Manager), and the P Visas (Athletes and Entertainers). There is also an employment-based immigrant visa called the EB visa that allows people to enter and work in America professionally. The EB-1C visa provides a way for managerial and executive workers to live in the United States if their company has offices both inside and outside of America. For individuals who have performed exceptionally well in their fields, the Extraordinary Ability Visa and Labor Certification (O-1 visas) gives them a chance to live and work in the US for up to three years.

Family Based Immigration

At Isa Law, family is our priority—it’s the foundation of everything we do. We are dedicated to helping citizens and permanent residents bring their loved ones into this country as family-based immigrants. We remain committed to keeping families together.

U.S. citizens and permanent residents can file form I-130 to petition for an immediate family member (spouse, child or parent) to become a lawful resident of the United States. The relative must also apply for adjustment of status by filing form I-485 upon entry into the U.S. There are also Fiancé(e) Visas (K-1 Visas) and Marriage Green Cards available to apply for under certain conditions to get that person you love over to the United States as soon as possible.

Naturalization and Citizenship

Applying to become a citizen of the United States is an extremely lengthy and complex process. We know it can be frustrating, but not to worry, that is why we are here to help you in achieving your American dream one day at a time.

Our law firm has been helping people achieve citizenship for years, and we know how to make sure that you are given the best chance possible of being approved by USCIS. Our team of lawyers and staff members have experience with all types of cases, so no matter what your situation is we will be able to assist you.

To become a U.S. citizen, you must first apply for naturalization. You can do this by submitting an N-400 form to the USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services). Most people will receive a decision on their application within six months, but some cases may take longer due to issues that come up during the process. If you get your application suspended, it could take up to 12 months or more for them to approve it again.


We understand how scary and stressful it can be to deal with deportation and immigration detention proceedings. Isa Law is determined to make you feel as comfortable as possible during this entire process and is dedicated to fighting your case.

We are deportation defense experts with years of experience. We will make sure that your rights are protected and apply our expertise to ensure you get the best possible outcome. When it comes to detention bond hearings, we help you get released on bond so that you can stay with your loved ones while the court makes decisions on your case. If you have previously lost an immigration hearing, we can help you appeal it and find any errors that were made in the last hearing so that your rights are protected. If you are seeking asylum or refugee status, we have experience in this process as well if you fear returning to your country due to the potential dangers that lie ahead. We may also be able to help you obtain a Temporary Protected Status (TPS) if applicable—this legal protection is designed for foreign nationals who cannot return to their home country because of war, natural disaster or other extraordinary conditions.

Mass Torts

Mass torts are wrongful acts that result in injury to a large group of people. They can happen when a product is defective or there was negligence during the manufacturing process. Mass torts are different from other types of lawsuits because they involve hundreds or thousands of people who were injured by the same product.

At Isa Law, we believe that each individual is entitled to justice. We have seen the devastating effects of mass tort cases firsthand, and we know how hard it can be to get answers. That’s why we are committed to fighting for your rights and making sure that you or your loved one receives the compensation they deserve.

Miami Attorney
Isadora Velazquez, Esq.
AV Rated Board Certified Immigration Attorney

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780 NW 42nd Ave, Suite 416

Miami FL 33126

Phone : 305-938-0676

Fax : 305-402-3992

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