U.S. Immigration Attorney Yazen Abdin has successfully represented many individuals and corporations in acquiring residency and citizenship in the United States. He focuses exclusively on immigration matters. Attorney Abdin has been featured on Channel 6 and Channel 13 news stations to advise about the latest developments in Immigration Law. Yazen is also a lecturer at several different organizations to provide the community with regular legal updates. Published articles by Attorney Yazen can be found on the web and in various legal journals. Attorney Abdin was appointed by Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer to serve on the Civil Service Board and is an active member of American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the Orange County Bar Association (OCBA).
Attorney Abdin has worked with and continues to work with clients from around the world including, but not limited to the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, and Asia. As the son of two immigrant parents, Attorney Yazen Abdin understands the difficulties immigrants can face when transitioning to a new country. His goal is to provide answers and solutions to those seeking immigration benefits, to make the process as simple as possible.
Experience includes family and business immigration matters:
- L-1A / L-1B: Intracompany Transferees for Executives and Managers
- EB-1: Employment-Based Extraordinary Ability or Multinational manager/executive
- EB-2: Exceptional Ability
- E-1 / E-2: Treaty Trader and Investor
- EB-5: Employment-Based Entrepreneurs
- R-1 / I-360 Religious Workers
- Family Based Petitions (spouse, child, sibling, parent, and fiancé petitions)
- I-751 Removal of Conditions
- Asylum I-589
- U-visa for victims
- Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
- Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
- Deferred Action (DACA)
- Complex RFE’s and NOID’s
- Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA)
- Writ of Mandamus
- Adjustment of Status and Consular Processing
- Returning Residency Visa and Boarding Foils
- Deportation defense
Yazen received his Bachelor of Science from the University of Central Florida in 2012 and continued on directly to law school thereafter. During law school, he participated in the immigration clinic where he assisted indigent clients with their immigration needs.
Languages: English, Arabic, Portuguese & Spanish