Peter Loblack is a fellow immigrant FIGHTING FOR YOU
Some attorneys think about their career objectively, standing ‘on the outside' of the law they practice. Peter Loblack is not one of those attorneys. He understands how frustrating the immigration process can be, which is why he stands in your corner and advocates for you every step of the way.
DECADES OF EXPERIENCE ON YOUR SIDE
“I've focused exclusively on immigration law for over 30 years, making me the dedicated attorney you need and deserve.” -Peter Loblack
The immigration system in the United States can feel impossible to navigate on your own. Reach out to an immigration lawyer to help you make your way through the maze. At Peter Loblack Law, PA, you'll receive skilled guidance backed by a proven track record of compassionate advocacy for countless individuals and families.
Taking the Weight off Your Shoulders
Issues involving immigration are never easy. Whether you live in Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, or anywhere in the nation, you deserve focused representation centered on your best interests. At the end of the day, let Peter shoulder the legal burden so you can truly move forward.
Guiding You Through Every Step
Peter Loblack strives to develop an attorney-client partnership from day one. As soon as you set up an immigration consultation, you'll know that for Peter, collaboration is key. He'll keep you informed every step of the way as you seek favorable results. If there is a basis for approval, Peter will find it!
Fighting for You In & Out of the Courtroom
Whether it is immigrating to the U.S., legalizing your status in the U.S., or being deported from the U.S., these are all life altering events. Peter takes this very seriously. Reach out to an attorney who will fight on your side, no matter your circumstances, so you can achieve a brighter future. Set up a phone, video, or in-office consultation with Peter Loblack's office in Orlando or Fort Lauderdale today.
See how Attorney Loblack has helped other clients in your shoes.
A SELF PETITION FOR ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS FOR A REGGAE MUSIC PRODUCER
This required showing that he is an individual with extraordinary ability in the arts, which Peter was able to demonstrate. As a result of Attorney Loblack's legal skill and perseverance, this client achieved a favorable result, allowing him to move forward with his personal pursuits.
CLIENT IS ELIGIBLE FOR A GREEN CARD
ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS
Adjustment of status approved for a client who upon entry was detained because she did not have a valid visa. While in custody she requested asylum and was placed in removal proceedings.
After a year in detention without a way forward, Peter was brought in as new counsel. Immediately, he was able to obtain her release from detention.
APPLICATION FOR ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS TO THAT OF A LEGAL PERMANENT RESIDENT (I-485) WAS APPROVED
Approval is not improbable after one or more prior denial(s). It may take exceptional legal skills, powerful presentation, and experience, too.
3 - VAWA Approval
5 - Adjustments After Denial
3- Hardship Waivers
4 - Removal of Condition
4- Reopen After Denial
APPROVALS OUTLINED ABOVE
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Answering your questions about immigration issues.
WHO IS A FAMILY-BASED ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS AVAILABLE TO?
This kind of adjustment of status is available to anyone who has legally entered the United States and has a current immigrant visa available. This would include a spouse and minor children (less than 21 years) of a citizen of the United States.
WHEN CAN I APPLY FOR NATURALIZATION?
You qualify to apply for naturalization if you have had a green card for five years. However, in the case of an individual married to a U.S. citizen who obtains the green card through a spouse, it's three years instead of five.
CAN A MISDEMEANOR THREATEN MY IMMIGRATION STATUS?
Yes. Even the most drastic of immigration consequences can result from convictions that are only misdemeanors under most states' laws, as many of the convictions can be classified as "aggravated felonies" under immigration law.
HOW CAN I QUALIFY FOR AN EMPLOYMENT-BASED ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS?
To qualify, an employer must petition for you. This is a two-step process. The employer must first obtain a labor certification, and then file a petition for you. You cannot file your application for adjustment until your priority number is current.
HOW CAN A CRIMINAL CONVICTION AFFECT MY LEGAL STATUS?
A criminal conviction can lead to deportation for any individual who is not a citizen of the U.S. Noncitizens could face immigration consequences even if they have been in the United States since an early age, have been a lawful permanent resident, and have strong ties to the country.
HOW WILL MY STATUS BE AFFECTED BY MY TERM OF IMPRISONMENT?
Some believe that there will be no immigration consequences if the defendant does not serve time, or serves only a year or less. This is incorrect. The term of imprisonment imposed may—or may not—play an important factor in determining immigration consequences.