Immigration & Naturalization Attorney
The Michael Gold Law Office offers Immigration services for clients throughout the world. We have successfully obtained immigration status and naturalization for hundreds of clients. Additional Services in Spanish include certified English and Spanish translations, notarial services, Powers of Attorney and three in one Power of Attorney Consent for International Travel and Consent for Guardianship.
The Michael Gold Law Office has been providing Affordable Legal Services from its Tallahassee Office for twenty one years. Practice currently limited to Immigration and Citizenship Services for clients anywhere. Legal Fees and consultation fees are on a sliding scale and discounts for faster payment. We speak fluent Spanish and English too. Call or email for your consultation. Most work is by appointment only. Dropping off documentation and money are always welcomed but call first for mutual convenience.
Normal office hours are from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Eastern Time Monday through Thursday, except lunch hours and holidays. Additional times are sometimes available Monday Tuesday Wednesday and Saturdays. After hours you may leave a message on the telephone (850) 656-3060 or email us for an for appointment.
Obtaining U.S. Citizenship Through Naturalization Involves A Legal Permanent Resident Meeting Numerous Qualifications That All Must Be Satisfied To Apply For And Obtain Naturalization. The Filing Fee Is $725.00 However A Fee Waiver Is Available To Some People.
Adjustment Of Status
Obtaining Legal Permanent Residence Through Adjustment Of Status Can Be Obtained Under A Variety Of Circumstances Including Family Petition, Fiance Visa, S, T Or U Visa Employer Sponsorship Self Sponsorship And Asylum
Immigrant And Fiancée Visas
Assisting In Obtaining K1 K2 K3 And K4 Visas For Fiancés Spouses And Their Minor Children For Immigration To The Us And Subsequent Marriage And Adjustment Of Status
Removal Of Conditions And Waivers
Assist Conditional Residents With Petitions For Removing Conditions In Joint And Waiver Petitions
Affirmative Asylum Applications
Assist Persons With Affirmative Asylum Applications Including Review And Accumulation Of Supporting Evidence And Assist With Sworn Declaration Of Applicant And Interview Preparation.
Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (Daca)
Assist With Daca Renewals And For Qualified Persons Continue With Adjustment Of Status.
Temporary Protected Status (Tps)
Initial And Renewal Temporary Protected Status (Tps) Applications, Advanced Parole Applications And For Qualified Persons Continue With Adjustment Of Status.
Special Immigrant Juvenile Petitions And Related Representation
For Qualified Minors Assist With State Court Representation, And Immigration Petitions.
U Visas And Related Adjustments
Assist With Case Evaluation Accumulation Of Documentation And Obtaining Government Certification Of Application To Submit U Visas And Related Waivers Employment Authorization And For Qualified Persons Continue With Adjustment Of Status.
Renewal Of Employment Authorization When Eligible
National Interest Waivers
Applications Evaluate For Eligibility For Niw And With Evidence Accumulation And Presentation For Petition
Religious, Health And Fee Waivers For Naturalization And Other Eligible Applications And Petitions
For Individuals Whose Admissibility Is Challenged At Entry And Inspection Is Deferred To A Later Date.
Military Parole In Place
Assist Military Dependents When Qualified For Pip And Assist With Subsequent Adjustment When Eligible.
Power Of Attorney
Usually For Family Members Out Of The Country
Consent To Foreign Travel And Consent To Guardianship
Provides Designation Of Authorized Person For Assistance With Us Children In Case Of Immigration Problems For Parents
Translation Of Spanish Documents And Powers
Obtain certification by the Florida Secretary of State of Notarizations and Certified Copies of Court and other Government Records for international transactions.
Designation of Venezuela for Temporary Protected Status and Implementation of Employment Authorization for Venezuelans Covered by Deferred Enforced Departure
Eligible to Venezualans present in the United States before march 8th 2021, and will remain in effect for 18 months, through September 9, 2022.