Law Office Of Evan D. George
Immigration Services in Gainesville, FL
The Law Office of Evan D. George is an immigration and nationality law practice, with expertise in deportation defense, family and employment based visas, bond hearings, political asylum, citizenship, and criminal related matters. The Law Office of Evan D. George is dedicated to customer service and satisfaction; Mr. George, and not a paralegal or associate attorney, personally handles all essential kinds of case preparation and customer communications. Prompt and direct communication is a top priority of our office.
read moreLaura Vassallo was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela. She arrived to the United States (Gainesville, FL) in 2008. She began her education journey at the English Language Institute at the University of Florida. In 2010, she received her Associates Degree in Business Administration from Santa Fe College. She also holds a Bachelor's in Business Administration with specialization in Management from Saint Leo University. While at Saint Leo University, Laura was also a student assistant who contributed and participated on different on-campus activities while providing support to professors, staff, and students.
read moreIf you are in removal proceedings, or at risk of being placed into removal proceedings for one of the above reasons, it is critical that you speak with an immigration lawyer with experience in deportation defense immediately. There are various forms of legal relief available to certain qualifying individuals, including, political asylum, cancellation of removal, withholding of removal, adjustment of status, and voluntary departure.
read moreAsylum provides permanent lawful status to individuals who establish that they have a well-founded fear of persecution on account of their race, religion, nationality, political opinion or membership in a particular social group. An individual may seek asylum affirmatively, by submitting an application with the DHS United States Citizenship and Immigration Service, or defensively, if already in removal proceedings (deportation) before an Immigration Judge. While certain exceptions exist, it is essential that an individual apply for asylum within the first year of their arrival into the United States.
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