Author: Casais & Prias Law

fiance visa in Miami

Applying For A LGBTQA+ Fiance Visa In Miami? We Can Help

If you are in a same-sex relationship and your partner lives in another country or territory, you may be interested in learning about your options for helping them gain citizenship in the United States. Casais & Prias can help you to acquire a fiance visa in Miami.   LGBTQA+ fiance visas are one of the […]
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Doral LGBT Immigrants

Why Doral LGBT Immigrants Need Experienced Attorneys

In 2015, same-sex marriage was legalized, and LGBT immigrants were granted many of the same rights and protections allowed to non-LGBT immigrants. That being said, Doral LGBT immigrants need experienced attorneys to fight their cases, and here is why. While the legalization of same-sex marriage was a huge step in the right direction for the […]
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Hialeah child custody lawyer

Finding A Hialeah Child Custody Lawyer You Can Trust

Child custody battles are emotionally charged legal cases that can be overwhelming to go through on your own. Learn all about the steps you need to take to find a Hialeah child custody lawyer that you can count on. Scroll down to hear Family Attorney Nadja A. Prias explain how travel expenses are decided in […]
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Miami immigration lawyer

Key Things To Look For In A Miami Immigration Lawyer

When navigating your immigration process, you should seek help from a law firm that you can trust. Below, we will break down the essential things you should look for when deciding which Miami immigration lawyer is best qualified to represent your case. A Trustworthy And Ethical Firm Immigration cases are highly personal and should be […]
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eviction moratorium

Judge Strikes Down Eviction Moratorium

– BUT WAIT! Not so fast… The first thing you need to know is that the Justice Department immediately appealed and asked for an emergency stay of judgment. The judge agreed to hold the eviction moratorium ruling for a week until May 12th. For what it’s worth, the whole matter was deciding whether the Center […]
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How To File Your Case With A Miami Family Law Firm

When it comes to legal battles involving the family, issues can be complex, and filing your case can present quite the challenge. This guide will provide you with the steps needed to correctly file your case with our Miami family law firm, Casais & Prias Law, to secure the best possible outcome.  Scroll down to […]
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What Sets Us Apart As A Coral Gables Immigration Law Firm

Filing for any kind of change in immigration status can be an intimidating and complicated process, but the right Coral Gables immigration law firm can help you along the way.  The attorneys at Casais & Prias Law at our Coral Gables immigration law firm are experienced in a large range of immigration services and are […]
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Temporary Protected Status

Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Venezuelan Nationals

On March 8, 2021, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security designated Venezuela for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for a period of 18 months, until September 9, 2022.   Scroll to the end to hear Rolando Casais, Jr., a founding partner of Casais & Prias, explain Temporary Protected Status. Temporary Protected Status is a temporary immigration status […]
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dissolution of marriage in Florida

What Are Grounds For Dissolution of Marriage in Florida?

There are only two things in Florida that are grounds for divorce. Getting a divorce in Florida requires you to file what is known as a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Aside from basic details about the marriage and the parties in the marriage, you have to indicate a reason for the divorce. As practical […]
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uncontested vs contested divorce in florida

Uncontested vs. Contested Divorce in Florida

A divorce can be processed in two different ways. It can be uncontested or contested. Before filing for divorce, it is important for both parties to consider how an uncontested vs contested divorce in Florida will affect them and their family. When a married couple wants to end the marriage amicably, it means that they […]
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