Our Immigration Attorney
Nadia Lewis is a Florida licensed Immigration Attorney and founder of Lewis Law, P.A. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in International Business with a minor in Business Administration from St. Petersburg College, St. Petersburg, Florida and her Juris Doctor at Florida Coastal School of Law, Jacksonville, Florida, where she worked as a volunteer in the Florida Coastal School of Law Immigrant Rights Clinic. During her time at the Immigrant Rights Clinic, she represented low income immigrants in all types of immigration cases including representation before Immigration Court and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). She is a member of Broward County Bar Association, Dade County Bar Association and an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).
Tips to help expedite immigration visas
Tips to help expedite immigration visas Lewis Law’s Nadia Lewis, a trusted advisor for WSFL-TV and an immigration attorney, recently shared valuable insights on expediting immigration visas with Inside South Florida. She emphasized that there are strategies to expedite cases. An example scenario involved a pregnant woman who required assistance due to her inability to […]Read More
Tips to help secure your green card
Tips to help secure your green card Nadia Lewis, an Immigration Attorney and Trusted Advisor for WSFL-TV, appeared on Inside South Florida to explain the process for obtaining a green card if an individual, who is a permanent resident, has been married for less than two years. According to Lewis, if the foreign national is […]Read More
Victims of domestic violence rights.
Domestic violence rights for victims Domestic violence rights for victims were discussed by Nadia Lewis, a trusted advisor for WSFL-TV and an Immigration Attorney, recently appeared on Inside South Florida to discuss the available options for foreign nationals who are experiencing domestic violence. According to Lewis, “The Violence Against Women Act has been extended to […]Read More
Steps to US citizenship
During a recent appearance on Inside South Florida, Nadia Lewis, an Immigration Attorney and WSFL-TV Trusted Advisor, provided expert advice on US citizenship. Lewis explained that an individual seeking US citizenship must first hold a green card for a minimum of five years. However, if they are married to a US citizen, this requirement is […]Read More
BREAKING NEWS: DHS HAS NEW PAROLE PROCESS FOR HAITIANS, CUBANS AND NICARAGUANS
Individuals participating in these processes must have a supporter (sponsor) in the United States who agrees to provide them with financial support for the duration of their parole. Beneficiaries are immediate family members of any nationality a spouse or common-law partner; and unmarried child(ren) under the age of 21. Child under the age of 18 […]Read More
BREAKING NEWS: USCIS Extends Validity of Expired conditional Permanent Resident Cards from 12 Months to 48 Months
USCIS is extending the validity of Permanent Resident Cards (also known as Green Cards) for petitioners who properly file Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, or Form I-829, Petition by Investor to Remove Conditions on Permanent Resident Status for 48 months beyond the card’s expiration date. This change started on January 11, 2023, […]Read More
US EXTENDS INTERVIEW WAIVERS FOR SELECT NON-IMMIGRANT VISA APPLICANTS
The US government has extended interview waivers for certain categories of non-immigrant visa applicants from the Caribbean and other regions.Read More
NOW HIRING! BODILY INJURY ATTORNEY
Our Firm is seeking an experienced Bodily Injury Attorney who is highly skilled and experienced in handling BI cases to join our team. To learn more about us and this opportunity contact us today at (954) 530-1717Read More
USCIS Temporarily Closing Offices to the Public March 18-April 1
Effective March 18, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is suspending in-person services at its field offices, asylum offices and Application Support Centers (ASCs) to help slow the spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). This suspension of services will be effective until at least April 1. In the meantime, USCIS will provide limited emergency services. Please […]Read More
HAPPY CLIENTS! – Getting Results For Clients Is All That Matters!
Robert Anthony said it best “You can only have two things in life, Reasons and Results. Reasons don’t count”. Getting Results for clients is all that matters!Read More
IS YOUR CLIENT SUBJECT TO PUBLIC CHARGE INADMISSIBILITY?
On Aug. 14, 2019, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued final regulations that dramatically change the assessment of public charge inadmissibility. Although the rule was enjoined by five district courts, the Supreme Court on Jan. 27, 2020 stayed the only nationwide injunction that had been in effect. That means that the agency is now […]Read More
Chapter 2 – Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) Admission for Naturalization | USCIS
A. Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) at Time of Filing and Naturalization 1. Lawful Admission for Permanent Residence. In general, an applicant for naturalization must be at least 18 years old and must establish that he or she has been lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent residence at the time of filing the naturalization […]Read More
USCIS Announces Citizenship and Assimilation Grant Opportunities
WASHINGTON—U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced today it is accepting applications for two funding opportunities under the Citizenship and Assimilation Grant Program that will provide up to $10 million in grants for citizenship preparation programs in communities across the country.Read More
Adjustment of Status Filing Charts from the Visa Bulletin
If USCIS determines there are more immigrant visas available for a fiscal year than there are known applicants for such visas, we will state on this page that you may use the Dates for Filing chart. Otherwise, we will indicate on this page that you must use the Final Action Dates chart to determine when you may file your […]Read More
US Citizens Caught in Immigration Dragnet As Enforcement Gets More Aggressive
There is a disturbing trend in aggressive immigration enforcement that is appearing more and more recently: the detention of U.S. citizens. There are clear indications that U.S. immigration agents are locking up people they assume must be non-citizens, but who are in fact U.S. citizens.Read More
Fully Committed & Dedicated to Fighting for You
In this dynamic immigration environment, effective, legal representation can be the difference between legal status and deportation. Don’t Go It Alone, Let Us Help You. Currently serving counties Orange, Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade in Central Florida and South Florida respectively.
Why Our Clients Love Us
Thank you for handling my case! Great staff who truly care about my situation! I’m very grateful to have you guys on my corner! I would definitely recommend anyone going through immigration or car accident issue! 🙏🙏
My husband and I are so pleased with Nadia. She was very informative and professional. We were able to complete the process with ease. I would definitely recommend Nadia she knows her stuff
I am really thankful for Lewis Law firm, they help me with my personal car injury and would definitely recommend them to anyone. Their paralegal Emmanuella Jean Baptism helped me feel comfortable with the case and explained the process and was really helpful and professional. You have any question or concern in your case she will make sure you received all your answers.
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Questions & Answers
Is consultation free?
No, you may request to schedule an in-person consultation with one of our experience immigration lawyers.
Can we help with an expired visa?
Yes, with several types of visa applications. The purpose of your intended travel and other facts will determine what type of visa is required under U.S. immigration law.
Can I get help with becoming a U.S. Citizen?
Applying for U.S. citizenship (“naturalization”) isn’t always as simple as it seems. Before granting you citizenship, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) looks at your current situation and a lot of things that happened in your past. Some of those things can delay or even prevent you from getting citizenship unless you understand how to explain them to USCIS.
The time to hire the lawyer is before you apply. Don’t wait until you’ve spent the money applying only to find out you’re not eligible for citizenship.
An attorney’s role in a naturalization application is more about spotting issues that could cause the application to be denied (and your filing fees lost), or more serious issues that could put your legal status in jeopardy.
Awards & Recognition
We are very proud of our achievements; however, we’re even more proud of the many victories that we’ve obtain for our clients every day. Regardless of how severe your matter may be.