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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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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 United States. Download the eBook on: 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 United States. You know you can’t return to your home country, but you are unsure how to go about staying here. Download the eBook on: Best Tips to Win Green Cards Through Asylum By Elizabeth R. Blandon, Esq.

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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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Failure is Not an Option

Some clients have no solution to their situations under the immigration laws. For example, most foreigners must apply for asylum within one year of arriving in the United States. For many, protection is not available because of that arbitrary deadline. However, I am pleased to report that an immigration judge granted asylum to a client who entered the U.S. over 20 years ago with her family. To start at the beginning … Read More

Ten Mistakes U.S. Citizens Make When They Apply For Family Members

  1. #10. Misunderstand the law and its consequences.

Importantly, if a family member does not qualify under the law for a benefit, the US citizen has done nothing more than to inform Immigration where to find that family member. An unfortunate consequence may be deportation or removal….. Read More

Latest News

May 24, 2016: Elizabeth Blandon appointed to Florida Bar and Broward County Bar Association

On May 24, 2016, President Charles Morehead III appointed Ms. Blandon as Chairperson of the Immigration Section of the Broward County Bar Association. The appointment of Ms. Blandon on the Nationality & Law Certification Committee for the Florida Bar has been extended to 2019… Read More

April 17, 2016: Immigration Expert Elizabeth R. Blandon to Brief DNC Committee on a U.S. Supreme Court Case Affecting 3.7 Million People

Weston, FL, April 17, 2016 –(PR.com)– On Monday, April 18, the United States Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on the case United States v. Texas which challenges the legality of some of President Barak Obama’s executive actions on immigration – the expanded Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA)… Read More