Kyndra Mulder

Kyndra Mulder

Mulder Law Office, P.A.
  • Immigration Law
  • Board of Immigration Appeals, Florida, Middle District of Florida
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The focus of my lw practice is U.S. Immigration and Nationality Law. Thirty years ago I received my Juris Doctorate in 1986 from Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Florida, and my BA from Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida 1983, I studied at Hawaii Loa College in Kaneoi, Hawaii 1979-80, Russian Language Studies at Moscow State University, Moscow Russia 2001. Licenses and Memberships: Immigration Courts throughout the United States; Bureau of Immigration Appeals; All Florida criminal courts; All Florida civil courts; Florida Courts of Appeal; Supreme Court of Florida; United States District Court Middle District of Florida (Federal); Former President of the Beaches Bar Association; American Immigration Lawyers Association (I have canceled my membership with this organization because membership dues go towards lobbying efforts on behalf of illegal immigrants and they ignore those who are trying to immigrate legally). Federal Bar Association Employment Experience Criminal Defense and Immigration law for over 23 years, State Attorney’s Office; Broward County, Florida, Professor of International Business in former Soviet Republic, Teacher, English as a second language, President of International Non Governmental Organization for street children and orphans Other Experiences Mother (My best experience), Guardian Ad Litem for children, Foster Parent, Certified Pension Trustee, Pension Trustee for the City of Jacksonville Beach Fire Department, Founding president of a pregnancy center in south Florida, In my free time I like the beach, swimming, cycling, kayaking, tennis and theme parks.

Practice Area
  • Immigration Law
Fees
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  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Fees are usually charged at a flat rate. In some cases an hourly rate applies. After a consultation I will determine your fee based on my knowledge experience and time involved. A payment plan may be established in most cases.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Board of Immigration Appeals
Florida
Middle District of Florida
11th Circuit
All Immigration Courts
Federal Circuit
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Senior Attorney
Mulder Law Office, P.A.
- Current
I have been a practicing attorney for 30 years.
Intern
Broward County State Attorney's Office
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My first employment/intern was as an assistant state prosecutor intern at the Broward State Attorney's Office.
Education
Moscow State Univesrity
Russian Language
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Nova Southeastern University - Shepard Broad Law Center
Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor
Nova Southeastern University
J.D. | Law
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Florida Atlantic University
Pre Law with focus on cultural studies and politics
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Hawaii Pacific University
Cultural Intergration
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Activities: The study was into the integration of the Asian population into Hawaii culture and the effects on the native Hawaiian culture.
Whitworth College
Biblical Studies
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Awards
Top Attorney in North Florida
904 Magazine
904 selected for publication the top attorneys in North Florida in their respective areas of practice. Kyndra L Mulder, Esquire was selected in the area of Immigration and Nationality Law.
Professional Associations
American Immigration Lawyers Association
Member
Current
Jacksonville Beaches Bar Association
Former President
Current
Activities: Former President
Jacksonville Beach Pension Trustee
City Council AppointedTrustee
Current
Florida State Bar # 629170
Member
- Current
Certifications
Certified Public Pension Trustee
City of Jacksonville Beach
Websites & Blogs
Website
Website
Website
Legal Answers
408 Questions Answered

Q. Is there any way for an undocumented immigrant ( 18 years old ) can immigrate to another country and be legal ?
A: You will need to research the requirements for the other country.
Q. I am on F1 visa.My parents are residents here and they have filed I-30 for me. Embassy or USCIS office for interview?
A: First: It depends on your age. Second: Because your parents are LPR's and not naturalized (assuming you are a son and not a child) you will need to adjust from outside the country. Third: Your adjustment will be faster if your parent's are USC's, Nevertheless you may have years to wait. I suggest consulting with an experienced immigration attorney.
Q. Look below for entire question.
A: In general, A person will be admitted into the USA if they have a valid visa and go through inspection. Admission may be denied if the visa is expired or the person has overstayed their visa. Also, BP had discretion to cancel a visa if they suspect immigration intent. Just being married to a USC is not sufficient. The proper petition and application must be filed with the USCIS in order for a spouse to adjust,
Q. My MIL has a tourist visa, her son my husband is now a US citizen can she stay here in USA while he petitions for her?
A: In general the mother of a USC is an immediate relative and a visa is immediately available to her. She can adjust inside the USA. One word of caution is that she will need to be prepared to demon state that she entered the USA with a non immigrant visa and did not intend to immigrate. If she had immigration intentions when she entered the USA on a non immigrant visa she can be charges with misrepresentation or visa fraud.
Q. My military husband will be deployed soon and wants to file I 130 for my teen daughter before he leaves
A: Yes. He can file the I-130 even though he is not in the USA. His deployment is temporary. As long as he has a permanent residence in the Usa he can use that address on the petition. He should include on the final page a note that he is on active duty and temporarily deployed outside the USA.
Q. My B2 visa was cancelled at the Port of entry at JFK New York
A: Based on the facts you have presented you do not need a waiver. If you are applying again for a non immigrant visa you will need to provide sufficient evidence of your intent to return to your home country. There is a strong chance this will be denied if there is evidence of previous misrepresentation. If you are applying for an immigrant visa you only need a waiver if there is a charge of prior misrepresentation. To know exactly what needs to be done in your situation requires a complete review of your visa history and your file with border patrol.
Q. Whats my status when I have applied for my I485 and am waiting for my green card.
A: I don't know your current status. Do you have a valid visa, an expired visa.... Most likely your status is EXPIRED and/or PENDING. If you have ever used medicaid your adjustment may be denied until you pay the medical bills. You are not entitled to food stamps. This is why, when applying to adjust status you must have a financial sponsor.
Q. Can an illegal immigrant fly within the US with only their Mexican passport.
A: You can board the plane. However, ion you have no legal status in the USA you risk being asked by a BP officer for further documentation. Travel is always a risk.
Q. Hi! My employer want to sponsor me
A: Pending asylum is not a legal status from which you may adjust inside the USA unless it is through an immediate relative who is a USC.
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The Mulder Law Office, P.A.
4110 Southpoint Boulevard
Jacksonville, FL 32216
USA
Telephone: (904) 296-7702
Virtual Ofice
Palm Coast
St. Augustine
Volusia County, FL 32137
USA
Telephone: (904) 296-7702
Cell: (386) 246-6888