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Special Immigrant Juvenile Status in Miami

Special Immigrant Juvenile Status in Miami

Children from the U.S. who are born from foreign citizen parents and who are abused, neglected or abandoned by both or one of their parents can qualify for a green card in the U.S. (lawful permanent resident status). This is named Special Immigrant Juvenile (SIJ) status.  Our US immigration law firm can also…
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Intercountry Adoption Visa

Intercountry Adoption Visa

Every year thousands of U.S. citizens adopt children from overseas and a lot of families from abroad adopt U.S. children. Intercountry adoption is ruled by the legislation in the country where the child is currently living, as well as that of the country where the adoptive parents live. According to the law in the…
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U.S. Poverty Guidelines

U.S. Poverty Guidelines

Yearly, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issues the U.S. poverty guidelines, which are utilized to conclude if a person or a family is suitable for certain government benefits. These guidelines are significant for immigration aspects, especially in regards to family sponsorship and affidavits of support.  The HHS has…
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How to Become a Sponsor of a Green Card Applicant in Miami

How to Become a Sponsor of a Green Card Applicant in Miami

If you are a U.S. citizen or a green card holder (a lawful permanent resident) and you submit a petition to the U.S. government for a family member to receive a green card, you must also consent to sponsor the green card applicant in Miami financially. We can also assist with the application for obtaining…
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How to Obtain a Green Card in U.S.

How to Obtain a Green Card in U.S.

Generally, most immigrants come to live permanently in the United States of America with the help of a family member’s funding, employment or a job proposal and there are several ways a permanent residence, called “Green Card” can be received:  the “K non-immigrant”, the “Diversity immigrant visa program”, the “legal immigration family equity”, the “special immigrant juvenile”. Our immigration lawyers in the…
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Post-Conviction Relief in Miami

Post-Conviction Relief in Miami

Frequently, a criminal conviction forbids the opportunity of obtaining a permanent residency in the U.S. A criminal record impedes immigrants to travel inside and outside the U.S., as well. It is therefore paramount to look for relief from the conviction as soon as possible. If you are intending to immigrate to the US, your record needs to…
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U.S. Tourist Visa

U.S. Tourist Visa

Similarly to the visas for medical treatments, the U.S. tourist visa, or the visa category B-2 for tourism, is issued for foreign citizens who wish to enter the United States on a nonimmigrant basis for temporary stay inside the country. The tourist visa cannot be used for obtaining a residence permit in USA. Our US immigration lawyer…
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Immigration Court in Miami

Immigration Court in Miami

Individuals who travel in Miami or those who want to live in the United States must know that they have to apply for a visa or for a residence permit.Our team of attorneys in Miami have handled a wide range of visa cases over the years and can help you obtain your visa or residency.   Furthermore, in case you…
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Immigration Bond Hearings in Miami

Immigration Bond Hearings in Miami

People who intend to travel or to live in Miami, United States of America must apply for a visa to enter the state. Because the immigration law system is not that simple there are cases when Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detains immigrants.  Our team of immigration lawyers in USA has handled numerous immigration bond hearings and can provide…
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Visa for Medical Treatments in the U.S.

Visa for Medical Treatments in the U.S.

The visa for medical treatments in the U.S., or the Tourism and Visit (B-2) nonimmigrant visa, is issued for foreign citizens looking for medical care in the United States. Medical services in this country tend to be rather expensive when compared to other countries, therefore the U.S. legislation does not grant such…
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