Immigration Law

The immigration law establishes processes and procedures through which a person can be considered as non-immigrant, immigrant, immigrant, emigrant, repatriate and naturalized. The nascent relationships of these aspects confer a variety of rights and obligations for all those who relapse or meet any requirements with previous assumptions. With them it is often necessary because of the complexity of the procedures, help and advice from professionals specifically dedicated to these issues.

Migration services can be managed by foreigners or where appropriate, their legal representatives, by submitting an application and compliance with the requirements specified for each case, which shall be submitted in original and copy for comparisons.

The documents issued abroad must be apostilled by the governmental authority of the issuing country or legalized by the corresponding consulate and, where appropriate, translated into Spanish by an official translator.

Should the person performing the procedure through an agent or legal representative, it must prove that capacity by power of attorney by the foreign copy of a valid identification both own attorney and abroad.

The submission of the application and requirements, guarantees the applicant an answer within the legal deadlines but there is no guarantee that the answer is in the affirmative or convenient to their interest’s sense.