Worldwide Services for United States Immigration

Compass Immigration P.A. can help you from anywhere in the world: we are licensed to assist clients nationwide and worldwide. Through use of technology, we are able to represent clients from anywhere, without ever needing to meet in person. Video conferencing, email, and modern software offer our clients alternative method of communicating with the Attorney and paralegal handling their matter.

We understand that the immigration process can be daunting and overwhelming. At Compass Immigration P.A., our mission is to help clients navigate through the stressful process with ease and certainty. By practicing exclusively in immigration law, we are able to provide a higher degree of excellence and service.

With a wealth of experience and a clear understanding of immigration laws and regulations, Compass Immigration P.A. offers in depth expertise all while maintaining a personal touch. We take the time to understand your particular needs so that we are able to provide you tailored services designed to reflect your unique requirements.

Our goal is simple: Our clients get the same level of personal attention that we ourselves would want to receive. No two matters are the same. This attention to detail means that we can provide our clients with the highest chance of success possible. We are here to help turn your dreams into reality.

Our Services

  • Family based Petitions (children, step-children, spouses, parents, and siblings)

  • Marriage and Fiancé Visas (including same sex spouses and couples)

  • Green Cards and Permanent Residency

  • Work Visas

  • Employment Authorization Cards (EADs)

  • Investor Visas

  • Citizenship and Naturalization

  • Waivers (pardons) for undocumented immigrants

  • Deferred Action (including DACA)

  • Tourist Visas

  • Humanitarian and Emergency Situations

  • Asylum and Refugee Applications

  • Military Immigration for active duty, reserves, and veterans/retired members (including family members)

Immigration News

  • USCIS Announces Major Change to H-1B ‘Cap’ Filing With Electronic Registration
    December 12, 2019

    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently announced that U.S. employers will have to pay a $10 fee and register to have a chance at filing an H-1B petition subject to the statutory “cap” of 65,000 workers per fiscal year (FY). The annual “cap” filing also includes 20,000 additional visa numbers for foreign workers with […] The post USCIS Announces Major Change to H-1B ‘Cap’ Filing With Electronic Registration appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • The Number of People in ICE Detention with Criminal Records Continues to Drop
    December 11, 2019

    As U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has expanded immigration capacity across the country in recent years, the number of people held in its facilities with actual criminal records dropped, according to a new report from Syracuse University’s TRAC Center. Since October 2017, the number of individuals in ICE detention with serious criminal convictions dropped […] The post The Number of People in ICE Detention with Criminal Records Continues to Drop appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • Detention of Pregnant Women Increases 52% Under the Trump Administration
    December 10, 2019

    The rate at which U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detained pregnant women increased 52% during the first two years of the Trump administration, according to a Government Accountability Office (GAO) report released last week. 2,098 pregnant women were detained by ICE in 2018, compared to 1,380 in 2016. The increase aligns with a December […] The post Detention of Pregnant Women Increases 52% Under the Trump Administration appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • USCIS Plans Massive Fee Hike for Access to Genealogical Records
    December 9, 2019

    If you have ever wanted to trace your family’s immigration history, you should do it now—accessing genealogical records from the 1800s and 1900s may soon become far more expensive than ever before. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is planning to increase its fees to access millions of historical records held under the agency’s Genealogy […] The post USCIS Plans Massive Fee Hike for Access to Genealogical Records appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • ‘Zero Tolerance’ Overwhelmed Courts and Diverted Resources From Criminal Investigations
    December 5, 2019

    Attorney General Sessions’ orders to prioritize prosecuting people for immigration-related offenses in 2017 and 2018 put a significant strain on law enforcement across the border, diverting resources away from drug and organized crime prosecutions. The increase in immigration prosecutions, which played a primary role in the family separation crisis, also led to overcrowded jails, backed […] The post ‘Zero Tolerance’ Overwhelmed Courts and Diverted Resources From Criminal Investigations appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

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