Quick Contact

Please fill out the form below and our attorney will contact you.


Community Service


  • Fort Walton Beach Office


    362 Beal Parkway, NW
    Suite 103
    Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32548

  • Enterprise Office


    210 East Grubbs Street,
    Suite 210
    Enterprise, Alabama 36330

  • Pensacola Office


    101 East Government Street,
    Pensacola, Florida 32504

Reviews & Ratings

  • 5.0/5.0

    Mr Walker and his staffs they are truly 5star professionals. He is going to help you all the way through your process, very reliable and committed. You won't regret giving your case to this team.

    — Client

  • 5.0/5.0

    I highly recommend Attorney Stanley for all your Imigration Needs. You will not regret it, we are very grateful whit Him for helping us in our situation.

    — Client

  • 5.0/5.0

    After applying for citizenship status here in the US ,my husband had an issue resulting in possible deportation.Mr Walker and his team helped my husband out of his problem and continue to help on on this "journey". We are blessed to have s...
    Read More

    — Client

  • 5.0/5.0

    We had an amazing experience with Stanley Walker and his team. I became a US citizen in a very short time, we were away and he took care of all the necessary documentation. Peace of mind and everything went smoothly. {newline}Couldn't recom...
    Read More

    — Client

Viewing 1 - 16 out of 19 posts

Family-Based Immigration, Part 2: Petitioning For Family Members

Many people who are United States Citizens (USC’s) or Lawful Permanent Residents (LPR’s) have family members in other countries.  Often times, they would like those family members to Read More

Family-Based Immigration, Part 1: Marriage to a United States Citizen

One of the most common ways people legally immigrate to the United States is through family connections.  As with most subjects in immigration law, family-based immigration is complicated.  Read More

Navigating the Waiver Process

As immigration attorney and his team, we get many questions from couples where one is a United States citizen and the other is not.  Usually, these couples think Read More

Featured Country of the Month (October 2011): Guatemala

The Republic of Guatemala is located in Central America. Its neighbors are Mexico to the north and west, and Belize, Honduras, and El Salvador to the east. It Read More

¿Qué es un I-94, y porqué es importante?

Si usted vino a los Estados Unidos con una visa, usted probablemente está muy enterado de cuando expira su visa. Después de todo, obtener su visa fue un Read More

What is an I-94, and Why is it Important?

If you came to the United States with a visa, you are probably very aware of when your visa expires.  After all, obtaining your visa was a difficult Read More

Recognizing and Combating Human Trafficking

Immigrants, particularly those who do not have legal authorization, are vulnerable to many different abuses at the hands of unscrupulous people. Of all the issues facing immigrants, human Read More

Ley Anti Inmigratoria de Alabama: En que pies estamos parados

El futuro de la ley anti inmigratoria de Alabama ya se esta aclarando y los resultados no son buenos. El 28 de septiembre, 2011, la juez Sharon Blackburn Read More

Featured Country of the Month (September 2011): Republic of the Philippines

The Republic of the Philippines, located in Southeast Asia, is made up of more than 7,000 islands. With more than 100 million people, the Philippines ranks 12th in Read More

Alabama’s Anti-Immigration Law: Where Do We Stand?

The future of Alabama’s anti-immigration law is becoming more clear – and the results aren’t good. On September 28, 2011, Judge Sharon Blackburn issued her latest ruling concerning Read More

Immigration Reform: Fact or Fiction? Part 1 of 2

Five years ago, if you had asked when we would finally see Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR), the answer would have been “any moment now.” Today, however, no one Read More

Reforma Inmigratoria: Verdad ó Ficción – Pt. 1

Hace cinco años, si hubieran preguntado que cuando finalmente veríamos una Comprensiva Reforma Inmigratoria (CIR), la respuesta hubiese sido “en cualquier momento.” Hoy en día, nadie sabe, pero Read More

Immigrants, Legal or Otherwise, Fuel Our Economy

Last year, the battle over immigration reform heated up in Washington and across the na-tion. For 2007, it appears that we have a chance for significant immigration reform Read More

The J-Visa

As many of our readers know, there is no one general “work” visa for the United States. Requirements for each type of employment visa are different, depending Read More

Immigration Reform: Fact or Fiction – Part 2

Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR) died a slow and painful death in the summer of 2007. Backed by President Bush, the Secure Borders, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Reform Act Read More

Reforma Inmigratoria: Verdad ó Ficción – Pt 2

La Comprensiva Reforma Inmigratoria (CIR) tuvo una muerte lenta y dolorosa durante el verano del 2007. A pesar de estar respaldada por el Presidente Bush, Fronteras Seguras, Oportunidad Read More

Viewing 1 - 16 out of 19 posts