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5 Star Orlando FL Family Immigration Lawyer

Immigration Made Easy

Cases resolved FAST with a 5 Star family immigration lawyer.

Immigration applications are exhausting. Worst of all, they’re time consuming. It can takes months (or years) to finish your immigration journey, and you could be facing even longer delays if there are any errors in your application. Why risk adding months of waiting to your American Dream? Our team has a track record of submitting immigration applications quickly, affordably, and accurately—with thousands of immigrants helped to date.

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Carlos Lorenzo

Lead Attorney

Why Choose Lorenzo Law Group?

We’ve helped thousands of immigrants achieve their American Dream. Lorenzo Law Group only practices immigration law, and the results speak for themselves.

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5 STAR Orlando Family Immigration Lawyer


We only work on immigration cases. For the past 14 years, our team has helped thousands of people successfully immigrate and obtain visas to the US.

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Don’t wait a day longer than you need to. We process applications faster and more affordably—error free.

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Get 24/7 online access to your case, and feel free to contact us whenever you have a question. We’re always ready to help.

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"Lorenzo Law Group got my 601 waiver approved in less than 30 days! Now I have my green card and I’m so happy!"


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"Lorenzo Law Group handled my H-1B application really well. They got all of my forms submitted so fast I couldn’t believe it!"


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Cases we handle

Family petitions

Petition for immediate family members to come to or remain in the US.

Consular processing

Receive an immigration visa if living abroad and wishing to become a permanent resident.


For permanent residents wishing to naturalize as US citizens.

Waivers (601, 601a)

Get permission to visit or immigrate to the US if previously deemed inadmissible.

Removal of Conditions (I-751)

Remove conditional permanent resident status and obtain a 10-year green card.

K-1 fiancé visa

Allows for the foreign fiance of a US citizen to enter the US for marriage.

Adjustment of status

Apply for permanent residence if already present in the United States.

Frequent Questions...

Is there a difference between naturalization and citizenship?

As far as the law is concerned, a person who naturalizes is no different from a native-born United States citizen. Naturalization is, by its very definition, the process of becoming a citizen. After your naturalization process is complete, you will have all of the same rights and privileges as any other citizen.

What makes me inadmissible to the US?

There are a number of factors which could bar you from entering the US or obtaining a green card. Some of the most common include committing immigration fraud, visa overstays, unlawful presence in the US, and requiring immediate public assistance after immigrating. If you’re unsure, contact us ASAP for help.

What is the difference between adjustment of status and consular processing?

Consular processing takes place outside the US, typically at your nearest embassy or consulate. At its conclusion, you will receive an immigration visa, and can obtain a green card after entering the US. Adjustment of status takes place within the US, and “converts” a non-immigrant visa to a green card.

Who is given priority for family-based green card applications?

Children and spouses are given first priority for family-based green cards, with parents and siblings next. However, there is a huge gap between the first and second groups—parent and sibling green card applications can take several years to process. Go with our Orlando family immigration attorney for quicker results.

Am I eligible to petition for my family members to join me in the United States?

That’s right. An American citizen may petition for their spouse, children, parents and siblings to immigrate to the US, while a permanent resident may petition for their spouse and children. The rules for family sponsorship can be tricky—contact us if you have questions about who you’re eligible to sponsor.

Do I need a financial sponsor for a family-based green card application?

Yes, you will need a financial sponsor. Your sponsoring relative must submit an affidavit of support that proves you will not immediately take advantage of public assistance programs after being admitted to the United States. Go with an experienced family immigration attorney in Orlando when you need the best outcome possible.

How long does it take to process an application with an Orlando family immigration lawyer?

Unfortunately, immigration applications are lengthy—especially family-based applications. Some consulates and embassies currently face wait times of more than a year. Even within the US, application times for adjustment of status can be just as long. That’s why it’s so important to submit your application ASAP.

How do I know if my case will be successful?

It’s difficult to guarantee whether or not a case will be successful before consulting with a client. There are countless factors that could affect your case. However, some of the most common include immigration law violations (like visa overstays and illegal entry) and making errors on your application. Choose an experienced family immigration lawyer in Orlando and minimize your risk of mistakes.

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