KALANDAROV LAW
KALANDAROV LAW

Kalandarov Law PLLC is a boutique immigration law firm based in Aventura, Florida. At Kalandarov Law, we focus exclusively on immigration law with the aim of providing high quality services and achieving real results for our clients in South Florida and nationwide. The firm is represented by Mr. Arslanbek (Arslan) Kalandarov, Esq. who is licensed to practice law in the State of Florida.

As an immigrant himself, Mr. Kalandarov understands that immigration is a deeply personal matter which requires a comprehensive approach to navigate through the complexities of this legal area. To that end, Mr. Kalandarov works tirelessly to ensure that our clients’ interests are met and their rights are protected.


KALANDAROV LAW

At Kalandarov Law, we approach every client’s matter individually and answer each phone call and email promptly. When calling one of our offices in Aventura, FL or Key West, FL, you can be assured that your legal concerns will be addressed timely and efficiently.

At Kalandarov Law, we listen to our clients. Mr. Kalandarov is able to communicate in English, Russian, Uzbek, or Turkish; interviews with our clients can also be conducted in Spanish. Contact us for a free consultation to review your options.

ARSLAN KALANDAROV - MANAGING ATTORNEY
ARSLAN KALANDAROV

Arslanbek Kalandarov is an attorney who focuses exclusively on immigration law.

Mr. Kalandarov works with immigration clients in Miami, Florida and provides his services nationwide as well.

He is a an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), AILA South Florida Chapter, Broward County Bar Association, as well as Miami-Dade County Bar Associations.  Mr. Kalandarov has dedicated his career to resolving the issues immigrants face in the United States and he proudly advocates for making the American Dream a reality for those who are pursuing it.

While studying at Florida State University College of Law, Mr. Kalandarov was a member of the International Law Students Association, American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, and FSU Law Moot Court Team. He became a semifinalist in the Florida Bar Robert Orseck Moot Court Competition. During law school, Mr. Kalandarov also participated in a pro bono legal aid project to assist migrant workers in Immokalee, Florida. 

Mr. Kalandarov holds a Masters of Law (LLM) Degree from Florida State University College of Law. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in International Law from the University of World Economy and Diplomacy in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Bar Admissions

The Florida Bar

Educations

Florida State University- Juris Doctor

Florida State University- L.L.M. in American Law

University of World Economy and Diplomacy- L.L.B. in International Law

Professional Association and Memberships

American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)

AILA South Florida Chapter

Broward County Bar Association

Miami-Dade County Bar Association

ARSLAN KALANDAROV
ARSLAN KALANDAROV
ARSLAN KALANDAROV
ARSLAN KALANDAROV
ARSLAN KALANDAROV
ARSLAN KALANDAROV
ARSLAN KALANDAROV
SCOTT LEVINE - OF COUNSEL
SCOTT LEVINE - OF COUNSEL

Mr. Levine is an Of-Counsel at Kalandarov Law, PLLC. Mr. Levine’s practice areas include: business and commercial litigation, criminal defense, family law, contract disputes, and personal injury litigation. He possesses extensive trial experience, having focused predominantly on family law for the last ten years. Mr. Levine is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law Mediator.

Mr. Levine graduated magna cum laude from Nova Southeastern University School of Law in 1996 in the top eight percent of his class.

Mr. Levine is admitted to practice before all courts of the State of Florida and the Federal District Court of the Southern District of Florida.

Mr. Levine is a member of the following Florida Bar Family Law Section Committees: Rules and Forms Committee; Children’s Issues Committee; Equitable Distribution Committee; and Support Issues Committee.

PRACTICE AREAS
FAMILY-BASED IMMIGRATION
Family-based immigration is one of the most common forms of obtaining lawful U.S. permanent residency- a “green card.”
EMPLOYMENT-BASED IMMIGRATION
One of the methods is to obtain an employment-based green card by having your employer sponsor you.
NON-IMMIGRANT VISAS
Nonimmigrant visas are divided into nineteen main categories and one special purpose category for NATO personnel.
ASYLUM
Every year people come to the United States seeking protection because they have suffered persecution or fear that they will suffer persecution.
DEPORTATION AND REMOVAL DEFENSE
Deportation defense, also referred to as removal defense, is an area of Immigration Law which concentrates on defending a person from being deported from the United States
WAIVERS / CANCELLATION OF REMOVAL
If you or your loved one has a conviction resulting from a plea or trial for an aggravated felony for certain crimes, you may be eligible for a waiver under former section 212(c) of the Act.
NATURALIZATION
At Kalandarov Law, PLLC, we help our clients with preparing, submitting their Applications for Naturalization (Form N-400),Applications for Certificate of Citizenship (Form N-600), and Medical Exceptions for clients that qualify for Disability Exceptions (Form N-648).
LATEST BLOGS
2019-08-13 18:13:19
Circuit Court Affirms Preliminary Injunction Requiring IJs to Consider When Setting a Bond a Detainee’s Financial Ability to Pay
The Ninth Circuit Court affirmed the district court’s order granting a preliminary injunction in favor of the plaintiffs, a class of noncitizens in removal proceedings who are detained under INA §236(a) in the Central District of California and are unable to afford the amount of bond set by immigration officials.
2019-08-12 22:07:54
Trump Administration Rescinds DACA
In a June 15, 2012, memorandum, the Obama Administration announced the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) initiative.
2019-08-12 19:52:41
Expedite Requests for VAWA, U, and T Visa Applications
Expedite requests can be important at various stages of a Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), U or T visa application, particularly if there is an age-out issue or if your client is detained or has a final order of removal.