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

  • Iowa’s Texas Copycat Immigration Law Challenged in Court
    May 17, 2024

    Iowa is following in the footsteps of Texas with a new law that would allow state officials to arrest, detain, and remove noncitizens who have reentered the United States after being deported—even if the person returned with permission from the federal government or later gained lawful immigration status. Just like Texas Senate Bill 4 (SB4), […] The post Iowa’s Texas Copycat Immigration Law Challenged in Court appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • Biden Proposes Rule to Quickly Remove Certain Migrants During Initial Screening Process at the Border
    May 13, 2024

    On May 9, the Biden administration proposed a rule that would allow asylum officers to consider and impose certain restrictions or “bars” to the initial asylum screening process at the border. Currently, these bars are considered later in the asylum process at a full hearing before an immigration judge. Comments are being accepted until June […] The post Biden Proposes Rule to Quickly Remove Certain Migrants During Initial Screening Process at the Border appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • Taking Welcoming Work to New Heights in the Lone Star State: Welcoming Interactive 2024
    May 10, 2024

    Six years ago, the Dallas City Council passed a resolution to make the city more welcoming for immigrants and long-time residents alike. The city council proposed policy recommendations to address the unprecedented challenges immigrants and refugees in the Texas city face. Alongside the resolution, the city, in collaboration with multisector stakeholders, launched the Welcoming Dallas […] The post Taking Welcoming Work to New Heights in the Lone Star State: Welcoming Interactive 2024 appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • Biden’s New H-2A Rule Expands Protections and Increases Oversight for Migrant Workers
    May 9, 2024

    On April 29, the Department of Labor (DOL) published a new rule aimed at protecting workers on temporary H-2A visas and strengthening the agency’s oversight of their employers. The rule is set to go into effect on June 28, with a two-month subsequent grace period. The H-2A program allows migrant laborers to work in temporary […] The post Biden’s New H-2A Rule Expands Protections and Increases Oversight for Migrant Workers appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • Volunteers Needed for Credible Fear Interview Preparation in CBP Hotline
    May 3, 2024

    When someone crosses the border to seek asylum in the United States, they often first go through a credible fear interview (CFI). An asylum officer evaluates a person’s fear of returning to their home country and decides whether they will be allowed to apply for asylum and other forms of protection. Because it determines access […] The post Volunteers Needed for Credible Fear Interview Preparation in CBP Hotline appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

Member of these Organizations