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

  • STEM-Related Petitions Increase Following USCIS’ Updated Policy Guidance
    March 29, 2024

    A recent analysis by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) found that the number of petitions by, or on behalf of, foreign-born workers in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) increased following a pair of guidance clarifications the agency made in January 2022. One outlines how foreign-born STEM professionals can qualify for […] The post STEM-Related Petitions Increase Following USCIS’ Updated Policy Guidance appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • Border Patrol and Ohio Law Enforcement Engage in Racial Profiling in Northern Ohio, New Report Finds
    March 27, 2024

    By Gwen Short, Staff Attorney at Advocates for Basic Legal Equality and Raul Pinto, Deputy Director of Transparency at the American Immigration Council ABLE and the American Immigration Council published a report on March 19 analyzing data suggesting that the collusion between U.S. Border Patrol agents from the Sandusky Bay station and Ohio law enforcement […] The post Border Patrol and Ohio Law Enforcement Engage in Racial Profiling in Northern Ohio, New Report Finds appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Judicial Review of Mixed Questions, Even Those That Are Fact Intensive
    March 25, 2024

    The Supreme Court issued an important victory for noncitizens seeking cancellation of removal and the principle of judicial review of agency action on March 19. And despite the current court’s tenuous regard for stare decisis – the idea that “today’s Court should stand by yesterday’s decisions” – in Wilkinson v. Garland, the Supreme Court reaffirmed […] The post Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Judicial Review of Mixed Questions, Even Those That Are Fact Intensive appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • District Court in Texas Allows CHNV Parole Program to Continue
    March 15, 2024

    On March 8, a federal district court in Texas dismissed a challenge to a parole program set up by the Biden administration to allow 30,000 Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Venezuelans to enter the United States legally each month, known as the CHNV parole program, allowing the program to stay in place. Judge Drew Tipton of […] The post District Court in Texas Allows CHNV Parole Program to Continue appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • Differences in State Sunshine Laws Can Threaten Transparency Around Immigration Detention and Enforcement
    March 15, 2024

    By Tsion Gurmu, Legal Director at the Black Alliance for Just Immigration and Raul Pinto, Deputy Legal Director of Transparency The main way in which the public can access information about what the federal government is doing is through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). However, laws that allow the public to get state public […] The post Differences in State Sunshine Laws Can Threaten Transparency Around Immigration Detention and Enforcement appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

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