Immigration Law

At Leon Law, we understand that navigating the complexities of immigration law can be challenging and overwhelming.

Our dedicated team of experienced attorneys is committed to providing compassionate and personalized legal support to individuals and families seeking to build a new life in the United States.

Whether you need assistance with visa applications, green cards, citizenship, or deportation defense, we are here to guide you every step of the way.

At Leon Law, your dreams are our mission, and we strive to make the immigration process as smooth and stress-free as possible.


Asylum and Deportation Defense

  • Asylum (affirmative and defensive)
  • Withholding of removal
  • Motion to reopen

Citizenship and Naturalization

  • Naturalization (N-400)
  • Request for certificate of naturalization (N-600)

Family-Based Immigration

  • Adjustment of status (I-485)
  • Cuban Adjustment Act
  • Family petition (I-130)
  • Visa fiancée
  • Consular processing

Waivers and Appeals

  • Waivers of inadmissibility: I-601, I-601A, I-212

and Work Authorization

  • Employment Authorization

  • Employment based petitions: PERM, labor certification, EB1, EB2, EB3, O1, O2

Humanitarian Programs

  • U visa
  • VAWA
  • Humanitarian parole
  • Parole-in-place (military, humanitarian)
  • Temporary protection status


  • DACA renewals
  • FOIA


The defensive asylum process occurs when an individual requests asylum as a defense against deportation in immigration court after being apprehended by immigration authorities.

The affirmative asylum process, on the other hand, involves an individual proactively applying for asylum through U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) before any deportation proceedings are initiated.

Contact us

+1 361 514 21

7902 NW 36th Street, Suite 206, Doral FL 33166

Office Hours: M-F 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Frequently Asked Questions

What types of immigration cases does your firm handle?

We handle a wide range of immigration cases, including family-based petitions, employment-based visas, asylum applications, citizenship and naturalization, deportation defense, and more.

We also handle real estate closings for commercial and residential contract, prepare documents for sellers of real estate transactions and review real estate documents.

How can I schedule a consultation with the immigration attorney at your firm?

You can schedule a consultation by contacting our oFice directly via phone or email. Our team will be happy to assist you in setting up an appointment at your earliest convenience.

Our phone number is 786-502-2827 and

What documents do I need to bring to my initial consultation?

It’s helpful to bring any relevant documents such as passports, visas, birth certificates,marriage certificates, employment records, and any correspondence from immigration authorities.

How much does it cost to hire an immigration attorney?

The cost varies depending on the complexity of your case. During your initial consultation, we’ll discuss our fees and any additional costs associated with your immigration matter.

How long does the immigration process typically take?

The processing time varies depending on the type of case and the current workload of immigration authorities. We’ll provide you with an estimated timeline based on our experience with similar cases

What are the potential challenges or obstacles I may encounter during the immigration process?

Immigration law is complex, and there may be various challenges such as language barriers, eligibility criteria, documentation requirements, and changes in immigration policies.

Our experienced attorney will guide you through these challenges and advocate for your best interests.

What are the eligibility requirements for obtaining a green card (permanent residency)?

Eligibility requirements vary depending on the specific category you’re applying under, such as family-based sponsorship, employment-based sponsorship, refugee or asylee status, or other special immigrant categories. We’ll assess your eligibility during your consultation.

What should I do if my visa application is denied?

If your visa application is denied, it’s essential to understand the reasons for the denial and explore your options for appeal or reapplication. Our attorney can review your case, identify any weaknesses, and advise you on the best course of action.

How can your firm help me if I'm facing deportation proceedings?

If you’re facing deportation or removal proceedings, our attorney can provide aggressive representation to defend your rights and pursue all available avenues for relief, such as cancellation of removal, asylum, or waivers.

Do you oFer assistance with employer-sponsored visas for businesses?

Yes, we assist employers and employees with various types of employer-sponsored visas, including H-1B visas, L-1 visas, TN visas, and others. We’ll work closely with your company to navigate the complexities of the immigration process and ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.

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