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Kyndra L Milder Esq.

Kyndra L Milder Esq.

Mulder Law Established in 1986
  • Immigration Law
  • Florida
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I have been licensed to practice law since 1997. I practice only immigration law including Provisional Waivers, Fraud Waivers and Hardship Waivers, Marriage petitions, Family Petitions, Naturalization, Waivers, Deportation Defense, Appeals, ICE Bond,Criminal Defense for the Immigrant, L Visas Investor Visas and K Visas. Focusing on one area of law is necessary in a field such as immigration law if the goal is to master the practice. Only the tax code is more complicated. My 30 years of practical experience is the foundation you need to be successful in your immigration pursuit.

Practice Area
  • Immigration Law
Fees
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Florida
11th Circuit
Federal Circuit
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
SENIOR ATTORNEY
MULDER LAW OFFICE
- Current
Education
Moscow State Univesrity
Language Studies (2001) | Russian Language
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Nova Southeastern University
J.D. (1987) | LEGAL
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Florida Atlantic University
B.S. (1983) | Pre Law and Culture
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Hawaii Pacific University
Thesis on Cultural Relations (1979) | Cultural Relations
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Whitworth College
A.A.
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Professional Associations
The Florida
Current
Florida Bar
Attorney
- Current
American Immigration Lawyers Association
Attorney
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Websites & Blogs
Website
Legal Answers
3 Questions Answered

Q. What would be the best way to get an inmigrant visa for my future wife, I am US citizen
A: There are two general methods for sponsoring your fiancé/spouse. The first is a K visa. With the K visa you can bring your fiancé or your wife to the USA. This means you can marry her in her country and she immigrates as your wife or you can bring her her as your fiancé and you can marry her here within 90 days or her arrival. With a K visa she will adjust - receive her LPR status - inside the USA. If you marry overseas your wife can adjust through consulate processing. This means she receives her green card at the US consulate in her country and arrives here as an LPR. The final method is that you marry in the USA and your wife adjusts status here. This requires that your wife is already in the USA. The time frames for each method vary depending on how back logged the system is and the time of year - for instance processing slows down this time of year because of the holidays. Generally my experience is that to marry your fiancé in her country and bring her her on a K visa for a spouse is the quickest. Her filing for an immigrant visa as a spouse may be equally fast.
Q. I'm filling out the DS 160 for P3 application. What needs to go in where do you intent to work? Is my agent my employer?
A: Without further information I can not answer your question. It sounds like you are applying to work for a specific employer rather than a visa as a performer. I suggest you read the instructions carefully or seek the advice of an experienced immigration attorney who will need to discuss your qualifications and opportunities to determine the best route for you to take in pursuing a non immigrant of immigrant visa.
Q. Need to apply for my wife for a green card. Does she has to go to the border
A: The first question is: What is your status? Whether you can sponsor your wife and the process for her immigration depends on your status. I suggest you contact an experienced immigration attorney near you and discuss your specific details so that the attorney can advice you of the alternatives.
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