Category: Immigration Law

Miami naturalization lawyer

From Green Card to U.S. Citizenship: We Can Help

On your journey to becoming a naturalized citizen, having a Miami naturalization lawyer by your side is beneficial. Here is how we can help you make the transition from a green card holder to a U.S. citizen. Applying for naturalization in the U.S. is an exciting decision, but you likely have many questions about how […]
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Hialeah citizenship lawyer

FAQs About Same-Sex Marriage Naturalization

We get questions daily about how the naturalization process works for same-sex couples. Here, our Hialeah citizenship lawyer answers the most common inquiries we receive. As a firm that focuses on both immigration and LGBTQ law, we have a unique perspective to offer guidance on how to best navigate U.S. law regarding same-sex marriage and […]
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Miami citizenship attorney

Do You Need A Miami Citizenship Attorney For Your USCIS Interview?

When seeking naturalization in the United States, one step of the process is your USCIS interview. Here is why having your Miami citizenship attorney with you is in your best interest. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) has established a ten-step process for naturalization. Once your preliminary application has been processed, the next step […]
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asylum attorney

Preparing Your Case: The Crucial Role Of An Asylum Attorney

Seeking asylum in the United States is an option for individuals from foreign countries in specific situations. To navigate the asylum process more efficiently, enlisting the assistance of an experienced asylum attorney can be beneficial. Here, managing partner Rolando Casais, Jr. explains the asylum process. According to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), […]
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political asylum in Florida

How The New Transit Ban May Impact Political Asylum In Florida

With the end of Title 42, those seeking political asylum in Florida are facing new challenges. Here, we outline the new rules and how the transit ban may affect U.S. immigration. On May 11, 2023, the pandemic-era immigration policy known as Title 42 expired. Title 42 allowed U.S. officials to turn away those seeking political […]
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Florida Humanitarian Parole

Florida Humanitarian Parole Update: Beware Of Sponsorship Scams

Part of the Florida humanitarian parole program is having a sponsor in the U.S. This need has given rise to sponsorship scams, as our immigration attorney explains. Earlier this year, the Biden administration widened the humanitarian parole program to include citizens of Haiti, Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Cuba. The program was created to give refuge to […]
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