ORLANDO IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY
Everyone has a reason for wanting to come to the United States and stay here. The laws and procedures surrounding visas, deportation or other business and family immigration matters, however, can be complex. If you or a loved one has no status in this country, but wishes to become legal, or if you are facing deportation or removal, Brandt Immigration can help.
Chad M. Brandt, founder of this firm, has years of experience representing clients for deportation defense, consular processing cases and family-based immigration in both federal and immigration court. He understands how to protect your rights when dealing with deportation officers, removal officers and the courts.
ORLANDO IMMIGRATION LAWYER
At Brandt Immigration we understand the laws and circumstances governing immigration and the legal issues associated with the immigration process. We understand how these issues directly affect the course of your future and are determined to find the best possible legal remedy and guide your case through the appropriate federal agencies.
Our immigration law firm has a high level of proficiency with newer laws, such as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Unlawful Presence Waivers. The legal staff members are immigrants themselves, so they understand how you may feel going through this process and know how you deserve to be treated.
We take the time to understand your situation, will keep you updated as your case progresses and will address all of your questions and concerns at any phase in the process.
EXPERIENCED IMMIGRATION ATTORNEYS
At Brandt Immigration we have over 25 years of combined experience successfully representing and defending immigrants and their families. If you or a loved one find yourself in need of an experienced immigration attorney, please contact our immigration law firm today.
Based in Orlando, Florida, the Brandt Immigration team guides clients through all aspects of their immigration issue. Our immigration law firm’s practice includes representation for the following: