Mark Weiner Law is easily accessible to all of our immigration clients. While our headquarters is located Miami, Florida, we have allied offices in Prague, Czech Republic, New Delhi, India, Lima, Peru, Shanghai, China and Guayaquil, Ecuador. This provides our clients access worldwide, no matter where they are.
The mission is to help every person who is pursuing the dream of coming to the United States. We believe our country’s strength lies in its diversity. Through the efforts of our team of attorneys, paralegals, and staff, we seek to develop legal and ethical strategies and provide outstanding service to every client, with a commitment to excellence; empathize with each client throughout the complex immigration process, understand their dreams, and celebrate their joys and successes; foster a positive and team-oriented work environment, where our mutual respect for each other and our excitement for our work is shared with our clients; and educate our clients and the immigrant community with our continually expanding, cutting-edge knowledge of immigration laws and regulations.
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Mark Weiner is an Elite Immigration and Nationality Attorney. His practice is dedicated to all aspects of immigration and international law (abogado de inmimgracion).
Mr. Weiner’s immigration practice includes legal business related, family and religious immigration cases. He handles immigrant and non-immigrant visas, including E-2, H1-B, L, G, I, J, K, F, M, O, R, P and Q visas and the related immigrant visa processes, including PERM. He also specializes in Consular Processing at U.S. consulates abroad, including attendance at interviews where permitted. He has attended over 5,000 administrative hearings over the last 30 years. He represents individuals who desire both immigrant and non immigrant visas, completing visa application forms, EB-5 “green cards”.
Mr. Weiner’s international practice includes representation of business clients in cross-border transactions, international corporate structuring, intellectual property issues, in-bound and out-bound investment, and customs matters