Shannon Rosales Law, P.A.
Shannon Rosales Law PA provides exceptional legal assistance to individuals and families in Florida who hope to bring family members to the United States. Our practice includes family-based immigration, employment-based immigration, U-Visa, VAWA, asylum, and waivers.
Many of our clients are citizens or permanent residents seeking to have relatives gain permanent entry into the U.S., including spouses, fiancés, fiancées, children, parents, and siblings. We also help individuals who wish to work in the U.S with employment-based immigration matters such as obtaining visas and labor certifications.
Lead attorney Shannon Rosales is knowledgeable in federal immigration laws covering who is permitted to enter the country and the naturalization process for those seeking to become citizens. Ms. Rosales understands the challenges immigrants face coming to and working in the U.S. and works closely with them to overcome the obstacles.
A grandchild of immigrants and fluent in English and Spanish, Shannon Rosales is well-known for being a dedicated advocate of the immigrant community throughout Florida who is committed to protecting their rights. You can trust Shannon to treat you with dignity and respect and stand by you every step of the way. Contact her office today to get started with an experienced immigration attorney.
Why You Need a Family-Based Immigration Attorney in South Florida
Family-based immigration in the U.S. can help keep family members together, but the laws are complex and limit the number of family-based immigrant visas issued. Generally, there are two types of family-based immigrant visas – Immediate Relative and Family Preference:
- Immediate Relative (IR) visas are for spouses, unmarried children (under the age of 21), parents (21 or older) of U.S. citizens, and orphans adopted abroad or to be adopted in the U.S.
- Family Preference (FP) visas are for more distant family members, such as siblings and unmarried adult children of U.S. citizens and spouses, minor children, and adult children of legal permanent residents.. However, grandparents, grandchildren, nephews, nieces, uncles, aunts, cousins, and in-laws cannot be directly petitioned for family preference visas.
In addition, a K-1 visa allows a U.S. citizen to bring their fiancé or fiancée to the U.S. to conclude the marriage, which must occur within 90 days after admission.
You can depend on our family-based immigration attorney to follow all procedures, ensure your visa application contains all the required documentation, and faithfully represent you before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
Shannon Rosales knows the ins and outs of the immigration system and has spent her career supporting families seeking to stay together or reunite in the U.S. Above all, Shannon understands the hardship family separations can cause and will guide you through the process.
Employment-Based Immigration Law Attorney in South Florida
Shannon Rosales Law advises businesses and their prospective employees on obtaining immigrant and nonimmigrant visas:
- An immigrant visa may be issued to a foreign national seeking to live permanently in the U.S.
- A nonimmigrant visa is for a foreign national temporarily entering the country for business, work, study, tourism, or medical treatment.
In particular, our immigration lawyer helps businesses sponsor nonimmigrant workers for H-1B visas. These visas allow highly educated foreign nationals to work in the U.S. temporarily, such as:
- Individuals in specialty occupations requiring a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent (H-1B visa)
- Employees working on cooperative research projects through the U.S. Department of Defense (H-1B2 visa)
- Fashion models of distinguished merit and ability (H-1B3 visa)
Additionally, our immigration attorney advises clients on labor certifications and permanent residence options. Shannon Rosales also assists foreign workers with obtaining employment-based (EB) visas, including:
EB-1 visas are for those with extraordinary abilities in the sciences, education, arts, business, or athletics, exceptional professors and researchers, and managers or executives.
EB-2 visas are for professionals with a bachelor’s or advanced degree and five years of experience in their field.
EB-3 visas are for skilled workers with at least two years of experience, professionals with a bachelor’s degree, and unskilled workers with less than two years of experience.
EB-4 visas are for certain “special immigrants,” such as ministers, religious workers, and foreign medical graduates.
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There are strict eligibility requirements for employment-based visas, and only 140,000 EB visas are issued to qualified applicants each year. If you need assistance with an employment-based visa application, turn to Shannon Rosales Law.
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Shannon Rosales Law is committed to fighting for the rights of immigrants and their family members. Whether you need assistance bringing a loved one to the U.S., sponsoring a nonimmigrant worker for a visa, obtaining an employment-based visa, or qualifying for asylum, having an experienced immigration lawyer at your side is essential. Contact Shannon Rosales today for an initial consultation.
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