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Who we are
David J. Hart, P.A., Immigration Attorneys is a law firm located in Miami, Florida that concentrates its practice on matters of United States immigration and nationality law, with a specific emphasis on business, professional and investment cases for foreign national companies and individuals all over the United States and abroad. We represent businesses in all areas of immigration, including temporary and permanent residence based on employment or family relationships, consular processing, naturalization, re-entry permits, Department of Labor audits and I-9 employer sanctions. Our firm is skilled in the preparation of all immigration petitions and applications and has developed checklists and procedures for streamlining the process for both the employer and the foreign national.
Why we are in business
With the passage of the Immigration Act of 1990, which took effect in the later part of 1991, the U.S. immigration system was restructured to reflect a national recognition that skilled personnel, investors, and business owners were to be given preference over others. This legislation effectively created categories that permitted relatively rapid processing of temporary and permanent visas for qualifying persons or organizations. Our specialization reflects this regulatory recognition. However, more recently, we increasingly provide guidance and support to foreign nationals and businesses now facing the difficulties of a less welcoming immigration environment.
David J. Hart, P.A. is committed to its active membership in the premier professional association, the American Immigration Lawyers’ Association (“AILA”) on a national level, as well as participation in local AILA events in South Florida. We pursue continuous staff training and participate in teleconferences and annual conferences to ensure that we provide our clients with authoritative and cutting edge assistance in handling all their immigration needs.
In order to accommodate our clientele, our firm designates one attorney as the contact for each client to ensure a close working relationship and avoid inefficiencies and delays. The attorney designated as the contact analyzes the type of case, expiration and other important dates, deadlines and immigration strategies for each case. The attorney works closely with the client, whether an individual or company, to allow a smooth transition to the firm for those who have cases pending with a government agency. If appropriate, the attorney will travel to the company’s headquarters, or any field offices, and meet with company representatives to review cases, public access files and, if necessary, any I-9 files to ensure compliance. The company has complete access to the attorney at all times by telephone, in person, and especially by email.
We speak English, Spanish, and French.