Southern Star Immigration is a law firm dedicated to aiding immigrant workers who seek a more prosperous life in the United States. We also help companies in their quest to add these hard-working individuals to their payroll by making the work visa process manageable.
Our work permit lawyers possess the knowledge and experience to help immigrants and the companies that wish to hire them clear the many potential hurdles involved with Florida work visa acquisition. Immigration law: Our practice. Our purpose. Our passion. That’s the level of commitment Southern Star brings to you.
Work Permit Lawyers with Years of Experience
Our more than 15 years of combined experience working with immigration law has enabled our attorneys to provide effective legal counsel to individuals from more than 60 countries. Our attorneys are active members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and have dealt with many types of immigration issues on a practical and personal level. Our staff is conversant in French and fluent in:
We’re also widely recognized for our leadership and experience in this complex area of law. For example, Martin W. Lester, a Southern Star Immigration attorney, is the author of a chapter titled “Advising the Small Business Client: Needs, Expectations, and Reality” in the 2011 book Employing International Workers. Our attorneys regularly teach a course to other lawyers in ethics and immigration, and have been featured as speakers at conferences dealing with work permit issues.
We’re Intimately Familiar with All Areas of Florida Work Visa Law
We’re capable of assisting you in all areas of laws and regulations pertaining to a work visa in Florida including:
- H-1B work visas
- H-2A and H-2B work visas
- L-1 visa
One example is help in obtaining the H-1B “Specialty Occupations” work visas for companies that require the valuable services of foreign professional workers for positions they are unable to fill from within the United States.
We can also help with the H-2A/H-2B “Temporary Service or Labor” work visas for low-level seasonal or temporary workers and the L-1 “International Transfer” visa used to transfer workers in foreign countries to a U.S.-based position.
A Family-Oriented Law Firm that Cares about You
Regardless of your situation, you’ll appreciate the services of our accomplished attorneys who bring a personal, family-oriented approach to the practice of immigration law. We firmly believe families and communities always come first, and we practice what we preach by our involvement in numerous activities within the communities we proudly serve.
We’re easily accessible; you can count on us for help with an urgent work visa issue or simply when you have a question you’d like to ask. In short, we care about you as a person and not just as a client.
Offices throughout the Florida Panhandle for Your Convenience
If you need assistance with a work visa in the Florida Panhandle, we offer three offices across the panhandle region for your convenience. Whether you need a Panama City, FL work visa or work permit lawyer, or help with a work visa in Pensacola, FL, or a work visa in Fort Walton Beach, FL, we’re always nearby. We feature competitively priced legal services with minimal consultation fees.