Trust your immigration and nationality case to one of South Florida’s leading law firms concentrating on immigration and nationality law. Bander Law Firm provides comprehensive immigration law services to businesses, institutions, families and individuals world-wide.
The firm is widely recognized for its aggressive law practice, taking on challenging cases that require experienced practitioners and finding workable solutions. While the firm handles all types of immigration and nationality cases, they have been recognized for their ingenuity in cases that involve the Cuban Adjustment Act, recovery of renounced or lost U.S. citizenship, the Violence Against Women Act, and expedited EB-5 petitions. Stephen M. Bander is a member of the Florida Bar, the New York Bar, the Maine Bar, the U.S. District Court for the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida, U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York and the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Stephen is skilled in handling the complete spectrum of U.S. immigration matters: nonimmigrant visas, employment-based immigration, family-based immigration, nationality, naturalization and removal. Bander Law Firm’s clients are individuals of all races, religions or socioeconomic status.
Stephen has been regularly ranked by Super Lawyers and in the South Florida Legal Guide as one of the “Best Lawyers” in South Florida. Michael A. Bander, Esq., who died on Sept. 16, 2018, founded the firm and was one of the top immigration lawyers in South Florida and recognized as such in publications such as Best Lawyers in America and through his membership in IMMLAW, the consortium of outstanding U.S. immigration lawyers providing services in port cities throughout the U.S.
DHS Announced an Extension of the Initial Registration Period for all Venezuelans (Legal and Illegal) Residing in the US.
DHS announced an extension of the initial registration period for all Venezuelans (lawful and unlawful) residing in the U.S. since March 8, 2021 who seek Temporary Protected Status (TPS).
The Department of State issued an updated guidance on the National Interest Exception (NIE) for COVID-related travel ban to the United States
Beginning in early November, the US will lift travel restrictions on visitors from 33 countries. Dear Clients, This morning the White House announced that, beginning in early November, the United States will lift travel restrictions on visitors from Europe, the United Kingdom, Ireland and other countries
Waivers to now also include those traveling to provide vital support or executive direction for significant economic activity in the US