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U.S. Immigration • Legal Status Adjustment • Business Investing • Caring About People • Getting Results
…That is What the Immigration Law Firm of Blandon Law is All About!

The immigration and asylum law firm of Blandon Law in Weston, Broward County, south Florida, is dedicated to helping clients through the U.S. immigration process. Blandon Law has successfully represented many immigration clients living throughout the world. We attend interviews throughout the United States advocating for citizens of from over 80 countries including Venezuela, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Guatemala, Yemen, Syria, Lebanon, India, Iraq, Turkey, and Ukraine.

The immigration lawyers and legal staff of Blandon Law in Weston, Florida, care about people, provide high-level and quality services, and get results for their clients. We provide the most up-to-date expertise because Blandon Law concentrates exclusively on immigration, naturalization and consular law matters.

Blandon Law offers knowledgeable assistance to individuals, families, employers and companies with immigration, naturalization and consular needs. We handle matters before the Citizenship and Immigration Service (CIS, formerly INS), the Asylum Office, the Immigration Court, and the Board of Immigration Appeals. The immigration lawyers and support staff at Blandon Law are dedicated to the concerns of our clients: whether speaking your preferred language (English, Spanish or French), simplifying the immigration process through detailed consultations, or providing long-distance support. We recognize these decisions are among the most important faced by individuals, families and employers, and commit ourselves whole-heartedly to the success of each case.

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Blandon Law: Serving the Community

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Blandon Law is dedicated to helping clients as they navigate the U.S. immigration process. We also believe in the importance of giving back to the community whenever we can.

Our staff not only volunteers with non-profits serving the immigrant community, we also train advocates who work with survivors of domestic violence.

Attorney Elizabeth Blandon has been recognized for her dedication and leadership in public service by both the Broward County Bar Association and the Broward County Hispanic Bar Association.

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The-Abuse-Victims-Best-Guide-to-a-Green-Card Victims of relationship violence can obtain legal permanent residence through various laws that allow them to live and work in the US. eBook: The Abuse Victim’s Best Guide to a Green Card  By Elizabeth R. Blandon, Esq.

Best-Tips-to-Win-Green-Cards-Through-Asylum-s You’ve arrived in the USA. You know you can’t return to your home country, but you are unsure how to go about staying here. eBook: Best Tips to Win Green Cards Through Asylum By Elizabeth R. Blandon, Esq.

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Top 5 Things Foreigners Forget To Tell Their Immigration Attorneys

Like anyone else, foreign nationals do not wish to admit some sad truths. These are the top 5 things you MUST tell your immigration attorney, and why. When you reveal them, also give your lawyer the documents relating to these issues…

Amnesty Trump Card: New Program Helps Undocumented Foreigners Get Green Cards

Marvin C. came to the United States after two of his childhood friends were killed next in Guatemala. Afraid that he would be next, Marvin hastily left his homeland for the safety of this one. Over 630,000 undocumented foreign nationals like Marvin live in the state…

Latest News

November 2, 2017 - Elizabeth Blandon Featured on Immigration Panel at the Tower Forum

Elizabeth Blandon joined Larry Behar, Esq. and Dean Jon Garon of Nova Southeastern University for a panel discussion: “Immigration: Transfusion of talent or economic burden?” Immigration issues including policy reform, DACA and “The Wall” were discussed as part of a complex conversation, including the impact immigrants have on South Florida business.

October 27, 2017 – Elizabeth Blandon Discusses Current Immigration Policy at ILSA Journal Conference

Hosted by Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad College of Law, Attorney Elizabeth Blandon participated in a panel discussion of current immigration topics including Temporary Protected Status (TPS), Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Prosecutorial Discretion, Asylum, and Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) cases.

Blandon Law Funds $6,000 in College Scholarship Awards

Blandon Law believes in the power of literature to transform lives. We are proud to help student authors as they pursue their educational goals by offering two scholarships for Broward College students who are asylees, refugees or legal permanent residents of the United States (former asylees or refugees). The application deadline is May 15th for students who wish to submit a short story.

What You Need To Know

All you need to know about Immigration and Blandon Law’s ability to open the door to your success regardless of how you define that success!

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To schedule a consultation with an attorney please complete the form below. During the consultation we will discuss your best strategy based on personal circumstances and immigration goals.

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