Category: Immigration Law

Naturalization and Selective Service Registration

If you are a male that wants to apply for citizenship in the United States, and at any time between your 18th and 26th birthday you live in the US, you are required to register for the Selective Service. But what happens if you fail to register with the Selective Service and want to apply […]
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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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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 are experienced in a large range of immigration services and are ready to help you with your case. […]
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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.   Temporary Protected Status is a temporary immigration status provided to nationals of specifically designated countries that are confronting an ongoing armed conflict (such as civil war), environmental disaster […]
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What to Expect at a Same Sex Marriage Immigration Interview

When a U.S. Citizen files an immigration petition on behalf of their non-citizen same-sex spouse, the couple will need to attend an interview before a USCIS officer. It is important that you adequately prepare and get yourself organized for the interview. At the interview, the officer will review the applications filed as well as all […]
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Have I Accrued Unlawful Presence in the United States?

There are two ways you can accrue unlawful presence in the United States. The first is if you are in the United States without having been inspected or admitted into the country by an immigration officer. In other words, you are unlawfully present if you entered the United States by crossing the border at a […]
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