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Miami Non-Immigrant Visa
Help from a Miami Non-Immigrant Visa Lawyer People from countries in the Visa Waiver Program are allowed to travel to the U.S. without visas and stay up to 90 days to visit or for business purposes. Forty countries are participants in the Visa Waiver Program. People from those countries can apply through the Electronic System...
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Miami Visa Lawyer
Help From an Experienced Miami Visa Lawyer Miami, Florida is a top destination for people from all over the world. Many people choose to migrate to Miami because of its diversity, location, and beauty. The city is Florida’s capital and largest city with a thriving population. It is located in southeastern Florida on the Atlantic...
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Venezuelan TPS
What We Know About the Venezuelan TPS Extension Many people from Venezuela are currently living in Florida after fleeing their home country because of civil and political unrest. Recently, the Biden administration announced that it will extend temporary protected status (TPS) to eligible people from Venezuela, which will allow them to remain in the U.S....
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Family Reunification
Family Reunification Programs to Restart Many people in Miami, Florida have family members who remain in Cuba or Haiti with whom they wish to reunify. However, the family reunification parole program for Cuba was halted in 2019 under former President Donald Trump, and the Haitian parole program has similarly not been functioning since the pandemic....
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Miami Employment Authorization Document
Can I get a Miami Employment Authorization Document? Many people with certain types of nonimmigrant visas receive employment authorization documents (EADs) that allow them to work in the U.S. for a set period. While EADs expire, they can be renewed. Employment authorization documents allow the holders to show employers they are legally authorized to work...
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Cuban deportations
Cuban Government is Not Accepting Cuban Deportations from the U.S. Following the end of the special parole program for Cuban migrants in 2017, the U.S. government has been deporting undocumented Cubans even though they have reached the border. Before, Cubans who made it to the U.S. border and requested asylum were allowed to stay. However,...
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Cuban immigrants in Miami
Help for Cuban immigrants in Miami Cuban immigrants in Miami have been entering the U.S. for decades as they have fled the economic and political conditions of their home country. The number of people fleeing Cuba has been increasing over the past couple of years and exceeded the number who fled Cuba in 1994 on...
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immigration lawyers Miami
The Republican-controlled Florida Senate recently approved an immigration proposal that could have a major impact on certain immigrants living in the state. The proposal aims to boost enforcement of immigration laws and has been prioritized by Gov. Ron Desantis. If the proposal becomes law, some undocumented immigrants who are lawfully present in Florida could be...
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path to citizenship
Finding a Path to Citizenship Many undocumented immigrants in Florida face uncertain futures and worry about the potential of facing deportation and removal proceedings. While most undocumented immigrants are hardworking and want to find a path to citizenship, finding a way to gain a green card and to remain in the country permanently can be...
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Florida Immigration Proposal
The Latest Florida Immigration Proposal While the federal government has the legal authority to enforce the nation’s immigration laws, some legislators in Florida are attempting to seize more control over enforcement through proposed legislation that would crack down on “sanctuary cities” in the state. An earlier sanctuary cities law that was passed in Florida in...
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