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…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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Don't use anyone else but Elizabeth for your immigration needs : - Elizabeth genuinely cares about her clients and is passionate about her work. She is extremely professional and knowledgeable and works very hard to ensure a favorable outcome for her clients. I am delighted to recommend her.
Karen, Immigration Client
Outstanding Service on E-2 Visas : - Elizabeth Blandon and her Team provided an outstanding service helping me, my spouse and daughter to get our E-2 Visas. They were always available, always responsive and never left any document to chance … They even provided me with drill sessions of my interview. When I went to the Embassy in Rome to get my Visa, I knew exactly what I was going to be asked, and what the best answer I needed to provide. Thank you very much Elizabeth for your great attention with my case.
Orio T. - Weston, Immigration Client
Ms. Blandon is a fantastic attorney : - Ms. Blandon is a fantastic attorney who goes above and beyond for her clients. Her years of experience make a her a powerful adversary.
Antonio G. Revilla, past President of the Am. Immigration Lawyers Assoc., S. FL
Other Lawyers Said Our Case Could Not Be Won : - Ms. Elizabeth Blandon lifted the weight of the world off my families back when she won my wife's case. My wife had a pretty tough case and we were turned down by other lawyers who told us nothing could be done that we had to wait and see if President Obama passed along some Immigration laws that might help us in the future. One of my friends recommended Ms. Blandon and we are very glad they did. Anyone looking for an Immigration Lawyer I highly suggests that you let her handle your case. Trust me you will not be disappointed.
Citizenship Granted under VAWA : - I want to THANK YOU for your help and professionalism at Blandon Law. Today after my citizenship interview I was told to wait for the appointment for the Oath Ceremony, and will take place June 21 … I will definitely recommend Blandon Law to my friends and family. YES, I was granted my Citizenship under VAWA within 3 years of receiving my Permanent Resident Card. God Bless you ALL and God Bless AMERICA!
Maria G, Immigration Client
THE BEST!!!! Honest and very Professional! : - I know Elizabeth more than five years. She is very professional, ethics, honest, in other words " the best of the best immigration lawyer ". We are sooooo happy because she made my son's case end successfully. Thank you Elizabeth, you made our dream come true
Amparo, Immigration Client
God Could Not Have Chosen For Me a Better Lawyer : - God could not have chosen for me a better lawyer than Ms Blandon, THE BEST, to help me win my case. Thanks to Ms Blandon and her team for such an AMAZING job. They kept me up to date with EVERYTHING throughout the process and in the end were VICTORIOUS!!!! I'll be forever grateful. THANK YOU.
Cheryl, Immigration Client
Residency in 32 Days : - As a completely satisfied client, I would like to congratulate by this means to Dr. Elizabeth BLandon due to the excellent job done, getting my residence in only 32 days with great success. Before deciding to take her services I visited many different and well-know lawyer offices in USA. My previous attempt to get the residence had been rejected and I could not give a chance to fail again … I strongly recommend Dr. Elizabeth's services and I am at the disposal of anyone who wants to listen my story.
Patricia C. Ventura, Immigration Client
Blandon Is The Reason My Asylum Was Approved : - Elizabeth Blandon was the reason that my asylum was approved. EXCELLENT PROFESSIONAL with human quality, which stops to LISTEN and INTERPRET fully the facts and circumstances of each client to determine the feasibility of your case. She represents and defends the rights of her clients in immigration interviews until the end. I am very grateful for her service and especially the unconditional support of her work team. Thank you all again.
Manuel, Immigration Client
Green Cards Within 3 Months : - The Company that requested our move to the US hired an immigration lawyer to handle the applications. After two months of no activity and no real advice, we looked for an attorney on our own. Thankfully we found Elizabeth Blandon. From square one she took over the process and expedited every detail accurately and promptly … We were continually impressed by her knowledge, wise guidance and supportive style. We think she must be the best out there.
Regina, Immigration Client
Other Lawyers Said Our Case Could Not Be Won : - Ms. Elizabeth Blandon lifted the weight of the world off my families back when she won my wife's case. My wife had a pretty tough case and we were turned down by other lawyers who told us nothing could be done that we had to wait and see if President Obama passed along some Immigration laws that might help us in the future … I highly suggest that you let Ms. Elizabeth handle your case. Trust me you will not be disappointed.
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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!
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
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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
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