The NBA Finals are on and an improbable superstar has been spotted.  His name is Delly, or at least that is what Cavaliers fans call him.  Matthew Dellavedova is his legal name. He was born and raised in Australia.  He moved to the United States for college and now he is creating history with the Cleveland Cavaliers.  His defensive skills against the league’s MVP, Stephen Curry has earned him bragging rights and high praise from his teammates and Cavaliers fans.   I highlight Dellavedova here, under immigration law, not because of his defensive basketball acumen.  I highlight him because more likely than not because he was not born in the United States, he had to have been subjected to the rigors of the immigration system. He probably needed a student visa (F-1) to study at Saint Mary’s in California. He probably needed a work permit (I-765) to work for the NBA.  He probably needs a green card (I-485). What we do know is that Dellavadova is an immigrant.  There are millions of immigrations in the United States.  Some of those immigrants are in limbo, and are in need of assistance with immigration issues.  Since immigration law is federal, at Darlington Jordan Law, P.A. we handle immigration issues nationwide.  Call us today for assistance with your immigration issues.  904-800-1777 or email us at

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