RAMBANA & RICCI, P.L.L.C.

CONCENTRATING ON COMPLEX IMMIGRATION ACROSS THE NATION

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Company Overview

Rambana and RicciA personalized, full service, multi-lingual immigration law practice focusing on complex litigation and administrative immigration issues. Representative clients range from large companies to families from Australia to Zimbabwe.

In addition to offering traditional immigration services, we offer strategies for complex immigration issues before the Board of Immigration Appeals and federal courts in addition to advising employers in W-4 and I-9 compliance, servicing stateless individuals, wrongly detained U.S. citizens, filing health and religious waivers, and waivers of the labor certification for those aliens whose work is in the national interest (EB-1 and EB-2 cases).

Traditional Immigration:  Non-immigrant visas, Residency through Employment and Family, Naturalization, TPS and DACA.

Complex Immigration:  W-4 and I-9 compliance, stateless individuals, wrongly detained U.S. citizens, health and religious waivers, Green Cards without a sponsor

Complex Litigation:  BIA Appeals, Federal Court Appearances

Our attorneys are award-winning, heavily active in the community and in efforts by the American Immigration Lawyers Association.  Both are rated by Martindale Hubbell as having “above-average ability and unquestionable ethics”.  Both Mr. Rambana and Ms. Ricci lobbied Florida policy makers in Washington to pass Comprehensive Immigration Reform.

Rambana & Ricci, P.L.L.C. offers free seminars entitled "How to Get the Green Card" and "I-9s: What Employers Should Know" to groups of ten or more.  Please contact us for details.

 

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