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"Building American Futures": The Gaston Law Firm, P. A.

At The Gaston Law Firm, P. A., our experienced team is passionate about helping our clients build their American future. With decades of legal experience representing the government and private clients, the team at The Gaston Law Firm, P. A. possesses intimate knowledge of the immigration laws and process to help our clients achieve success in even the most complex immigration cases. We are proud to zealously and effectively represent our clients in the immigration courts, interviews with immigration officials and all manner of immigration petitions and applications processes. Whether you want to be united with a loved one, working in the U.S., opening a U.S. business or making an investment, the team at The Gaston Law Firm, P. A., can help Build Your American Future.

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When a client hires us, we explore every possible avenue to determine what the best course of action for his or her situation is. Our professionals strongly believe that staying openly connected with our clients increases the chance of their success. By making the decision to retain our firm, clients are directly represented by one of our attorneys - someone who is personally invested in their case.

The Gaston Law Firm, P. A. serves foreign nationals in Martin County, St. Lucie County, Indian River County, Okeechobee County and Palm Beach County. If you are ready to move forward with your case, we are ready to help you. With strategic planning and proactive representation, we stand ready to facilitate your legal matter. With our legal team working at your side every step of the way, you can rest easy at night knowing you can trust us to handle your immigration law matter.

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Immigration FAQs

What are the benefits of becoming a citizen?

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In addition to accomplishing your American goals, becoming a citizen will give you the right to vote in local, state, and national elections. Citizenship also enables you to obtain a passport, as well as sponsor relatives who may be trying to secure permanent residency as well.

Is it possible to become a citizen after I have been granted permanent residency?

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Yes - if you live in the U.S. for five years as a permanent resident, you can be granted citizenship through naturalization. However, you must also physically live within the country for at least half of the five years, and cannot leave for more than six months.

How can I be granted asylum?

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To be granted asylum, you must be able to prove that you have a reason to fear persecution in your home country. Reasons individuals may face persecution in their home country could be based on his or her race, religion, political views, or membership in a certain group. Applying for asylum can be a difficult process, as there are documentation and interviews with government authorities that you must go through. When an individual comes to us seeking asylum, we provide them with compassionate and personalized counsel and do all we can to help them secure protection.

How can I expedite adopting a foreign child?

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If you are interested in adopting a foreign child, it is recommended that you file an application for Advance Processing of Orphan Petition. In doing so, the portion of the applicaton that pertains to the parent's approval can be completed by the time the child is chosen, thus speeding up the adoption process.