Excellence in Immigration Law

Excellence in Immigration Law

Dinnen Law, P.A. is a firm devoted exclusively to the practice of immigration law.   Whether you’re a musician, a student, an engineer, a family member, a small business owner, or an investor, we will help you to thrive in the United States.


We recognize that, as all things in life, it’s about the person, not the process.  As a boutique law firm, we provide ourselves not only in our excellence in legal services, but also in our commitment to the relationships of the people who choose to hire us.  

Encouraging the global exchange of people, ideas, and talent.

We believe in connecting families, businesses, and highly talented individuals by leveraging the laws of immigration and getting people where they want to be.  Headquartered in Miami, Florida, with Colorado presence, Dinnen Law P.A. has the capacity to represent clients virtually the globe over. 

We bring extensive experience and professionalism to every case, providing innovative and attentive solutions customized to your individual needs and concerns.  Our business philosophy is cultivated through the sharing of information,  transparency, candor, mutual respect and honesty between the lawyer and the client.

Get in touch with us to set up a consultation, or use the contact form at the bottom of this page to enquire whether our services are right for you.











Areas of Practice

Family Based Immigration

For those who want to file an immigration petition for a family member, we've got you covered. We are skilled at assisting in all the steps and processes along the way. We can also help with services for those ready to become citizens.      

non-immigrant visas

If you are interested in coming to the U.S. for a specific purpose, such as tourism, studies, or to work for a limited amount of time, we offer visa services including B1/B2, E1,  E2 Treaty, H, J1 Trainee, K Fiancee, L1 Transferees, O-1, TN, P, and more.       

immigrant visas

If you are looking to become a permanent resident of the United States, this may be an option based on your Extraordinary Ability, upon an employer who wishes to sponsor you, or a family relationship, such as a spouse, parent, or sibling.                 

...we are and always will be a nation of immigrants. We were strangers once, too.
— Barack Obama