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If you reside in Seminole County and you are in need of an immigration lawyer to help you with an immigration case, attorney Acevedo can help you. We are located in Sanford, just a short ride from anywhere in Seminole County, and we will schedule your confidential immigration consultation for the same day you call if possible.

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Possibly, after residing in Seminole County with your family for a while, something that may affect your legal permanent residence / green card has come up.

Perhaps you have been harmed by a group the government in your country cannot control, or by the government in your country, and you are seeking political asylum. Or possibly you are in need of other
immigration relief.

Maybe you would prefer to stay in Seminole County because your country has been devastated by a natural disaster or has an ongoing armed conflict, it would not be safe to return now, and you are in need of Temporary Protected Status.
If a person who lives in Seminole County needs to file a civil case, he or she would likely do so in Seminole County. Similarly, if a person is accused of a crime in Seminole County, the case would likely be filed in Seminole County. Where a person lives or where an alleged crime takes place, is typically where a case is heard.

But, there is no similar rule regarding where a deportation case will be heard. In Immigration Court, wherever the government files the charges, that is where the
deportation case is heard. This can potentially cause unanticipated problems.
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For instance, if someone who resides in Seminole County is pulled over for speeding and the immigration authorities later take custody of the person, immigration can move them to a detention facility in California, Texas, or anywhere in the United States, and file the case there.
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Fortunately, immigration law permits a request by the person charged or by their deportation defense lawyer to have the deportation case transferred to the closest Immigration Court, which would be the Orlando Immigration Court, if you live in Seminole County.

You should not have to face an immigration problem by yourself. Call attorney Acevedo to schedule an in person, one hour, confidential immigration consultation today.
Undoubtedly, an immigration case can affect your family and your life tremendously.

We would like the impact of your immigration case on your life and on your family to be a positive one.
The Law Offices of J. Manuel Acevedo, P.A., are located at 116 North Park Avenue in Sanford, Florida, 32771.
Attorney Acevedo is a lawyer admitted to practice law in Florida, has clients from Florida, the United States, and other countries, and primarily
serves Seminole County, Volusia County, Orange County, and Lake County, and the following cities: Sanford, Longwood, Lake Mary, Heathrow,
Altamonte Springs, Casselberry, Oviedo, Goldenrod, Fern Park, Forest City, Midway, Geneva, Chuluota, Winter Springs, Wekiva Springs, Deland, Deltona,
Orange City, Debary, Lake Helen, Daytona, Deleon Springs, Orlando, Apopka, Maitland, Lockhart, Azalea Park, Winter Park, Mount Dora, Tavares, and Eustis.
Find criminal law information at Seminole County criminal lawyer, family law related information at Seminole County family lawyer, traffic ticket defense
information at Seminole County traffic lawyer, and additional immigration information on our resources page and on our immigration law website.
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Before Seminole County was established, the area that today comprises Seminole County was part of Orange County with Mellonville (now part of Sanford) as its county seat. However, in 1856, the county seat was moved to Orlando.

In 1875, Henry Sanford, founder of the town of Sanford, made an appeal to the Orange County Commission to move the Orange County seat to Sanford. The County's rejection of Sanford's plans began a rivalry of sorts, and for years thereafter, the creation of Seminole County was often discussed. Then in 1912, the discussions regarding the formation of Seminole County gained momentum and in 1913, the Florida Legislature established Seminole County. After the split, the old rivalry subsided and residents from both counties celebrated the creation of Seminole County.

Sanford became the Seminole County seat and the newly formed Seminole County saw "fireworks." Wanting to celebrate the birth of Seminole County, the residents rolled out a cannon that was traditionally fired on special occasions. Unfortunately, the eager Seminole County residents overloaded the old cannon and when they fired it, the old cannon blew apart. Today, that cannon barrel, now painted white, serves as the flagpole stand in front of the building that houses the Greater Sanford Chamber of Commerce.

Credit: Jim Robison and Mark Andrews | Flashbacks: The Story of Central Florida's Past | Orange County Historical Society | The Orlando Sentinel
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