Southern Star Immigration is a family-oriented law firm that strongly believes families come first. Our caring immigration lawyers can help close the distance between you and that special person in your life by assisting with fiancé and marriage visas in Florida.
Our marriage visa lawyers in Florida are members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and offer a combined total of more than 15 years of experience in dealing with all types of immigration issues. We can help make the cumbersome process of bringing a spouse or fiancé into the U.S. manageable, so you can focus on your future together.
Experienced in the Various Types of Visa Applications
Depending on your situation, you will need either an IR1/CR1 immigrant visa or a K-3 nonimmigrant visa to bring your spouse into the United States. For a fiancé, a K-1 nonimmigrant visa is required.
Regardless of which marriage or fiancé visa you need, we’ll be right there with you from the beginning of the process until the end. We can also help your spouse with the process of eventually becoming a naturalized citizen.
The hands-on, personalized approach we apply to your case will give you a clear understanding of what we mean by our firm’s slogan “Immigration law: Our practice. Our purpose. Our passion.”
Community-Minded Fiancé and Marriage Lawyers in Florida
If you reside in the Florida Panhandle, Southern Star Immigration is always close by. If you need help with a Pensacola fiancé visa, a fiancé visa in Fort Walton Beach, or a marriage visa, you can easily reach us at our offices in these two cities. We also operate a branch office in Panama City, and we can even provide assistance with fiancé and marriage visas in Alabama, Tennessee and Georgia. Our staff is fluent in Spanish, Japanese and Portuguese, and conversant in French, enabling us to effectively communicate with the various immigrant communities we serve.
Providing a Host of Valuable Immigration Resources
Southern Star Immigration understands coming to the United States from a foreign country can be an intimidating experience, and immigrants may not always know where to turn for answers. That’s why we’ve included links to many valuable resources on our firm’s website.
For instance, you’ll find pertinent visa information including cut-off dates and news related to marriage and fiancé visas by clicking on the “Visa Bulletin” tab in the Resources section. You can also subscribe to our free e-newsletter to keep you in the loop about any immigration legal developments that will impact your life.
Free Immigration & Visas e-Newsletter
Another useful resource is our free e-newsletter. It’s the perfect opportunity to learn more about fiancé and marriage visas in Florida and Georgia.