Quality Immigration Law Services Across South Florida
At the Garcia, Miranda & Gonzalez-Rua, P.A., law firm, we focus solely on immigration law and helping individuals and families realize their dreams of living and working in the United States.
Our law firm has three offices across South Florida, and from our office in Pinecrest, we serve clients throughout Miami-Dade County and the surrounding areas who have legal challenges involving detainment and removal defense, asylum, family and employment-based immigration, appeals, citizenship, visas and more.
Committed To Your Needs, No Matter How Complex
When facing serious legal issues involving your rights and liberties as an immigrant, you want to ensure you have an attorney on your side who is fully capable of helping you achieve the results you expect and deserve.
We have on our staff a former immigration prosecutor and former immigration judge as well as a team of dedicated legal professionals, all committed to delivering the highest level of advocacy possible to those we serve. With more than 50 years of combined legal experience behind us, we can handle the demands of any case no matter how complex or challenging, and our attorneys have received top ratings from Avvo for immigration as well as Lead Counsel Ratings from Thomson Reuters.
The Top Choice For Your Serious And Important Issues
With so much to offer, Garcia, Miranda & Gonzalez-Rua, P.A., should be your first choice for the quality, effective assistance and support you need as you seek a brighter future in America. Our law firm offers free initial consultations as well as services in Spanish and Creole, and we invite you to contact us to find out more about how we can best serve you and your family. Hablamos Español and Nou pale Kreyol.
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