Customs Seizures of Monetary Instruments and Currency

Has U.S. customs seized your money at the airport or other port of entry? If so, you have a limited time to act. Let us help you with your petition for remission of funds. There are strict currency reporting requirements if you are traveling with more than $10,000.00 USD in currency. U.S. Customs and Border Protection will seize your funds if you are caught. Immigration attorney Suzanne E. Vazquez is board certified is board certified by the Florida Bar as an expert in the area of Immigration and Nationality Law. We have experience representing individuals who have had their currency seized. Call us for help on 407-674-6968 or via email at info@immigrationhelptoday.com. You may also fill out the online form located at the bottom of this page and we will contact you shortly. If you prefer to see us at our Tampa location, please call us at 813-400-0055 to make an appointment.

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