GET STARTED ON THE PATH TO U.S. IMMIGRATION
ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS
ASYLUM IN COURT
CANCELLATION OF REMOVAL
Our firm started with the idea that clients come first. Our foundation was built on passionate advocacy for clients rights and personal attention to every clients needs.
At QBM Legal we strive to provide you with outstanding legal representation. From the moment we take on a case we will ensure that you receive the utmost care and highest level of service.
We are a full service law firm offering a wide range of legal services. We pride ourselves on our focused approach which allows our firm to provide intelligent, efficient and cost-effective counsel that is integral to the practice of law.
1700 N Dixie Hwy
Boca Raton, FL 33432
At QBM Legal, we handle immigration matters for clients throughout the United States and around the world in an expeditious and personalized manner.
We serve both individuals and businesses and provide immediate attention to our clients to ensure that every petition is diligently prepared and thoroughly analyzed while we guide guide our clients through the process.
Our mission is to provide our clients with peace of mind at every step on the path toward achieving their immigration goals. Although U.S. Immigration law can be extremely complex, our clients rest assured that they have a professional handling their immigration case.
We provide assistance with family petitions, marriage and fiancé visas, affirmative asylum petitions, citizenship applications, green card applications, consular petitions, adjustments of status, student visas, athlete visas, investment visas, labor certifications, and more.
Additionally, we handle cases in immigration court at all phases and are ready to go to trial on your case. We provide assistance with immigration waivers, appeals to the BIA, motions to reopen your case, asylum petitions, deportation defense hearings, all hearings in immigration court, and more.
People living in the U.S. were born in another country
Of The Immigrants In The U.S. Are Living In The Country With Legal Status
Of Immigrants In The U.S. Are Permanent Residents
Of Immigrants In The United States Don't Have Any Legal Status
We look forward to hearing from you