Haitian Nationals: Are You Ready to Apply for TPS?

Haitian Nationals, listen up! The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has just published the notice that will open up for first-time Haitian national applicants to apply for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). The application window begins on August 3rd, 2021. If you or someone you know is a Haitian national seeking a Temporary Protected Status, give […]

Are You a Foreign National? Have You Ever Been a Victim of a Crime?

Have you been the victim of a crime? Have you ever needed to call the police on someone? Have you cooperated with law enforcement for a crime that’s been committed against you? If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, you may be eligible for a U-Visa. Essentially, a U-Visa is an opportunity for […]

Abusive Relationships with Citizens or Lawful Residents

Are you in an abusive relationship with a citizen of the United States? Or a lawful permanent resident? There may be options available to you through the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). Both male & female applicants can apply for this benefit if they are able to show and prove that they’ve suffered either physical, […]

Do You Want to Bring Your Spouse or Fiance to the United States?

If you or someone you know wants to bring their spouse, fiance, or significant other to the United States, you should know that processing times are taking an average of 2 years to get completed. But if your spouse or loved one has another visa in their passport, maybe there are other opportunities available to […]

In-Person Operations SUSPENDED at the Miramar ERO

The Miramar ERO office has suspended in-person operations for check-in appointments due to the rising COVID-19 cases and transmissions in South Florida. If you have an order of supervision check-in appointment at Miramar ERO, you need to email them to get your new check-in appointment. Once they resume operations they will let us know, and […]

SOS Cuba & Immigration Ramifications

As protests and demonstrations sweep through Cuba, let’s take a look at the history and ramifications of the United States’ immigration policy towards Cuban migrants.

Lawful Permanent Resident Cards

Do you or anyone you know have a lawful permanent resident card and have physically been outside of the U.S. for more than 1 year? If so, and if you haven’t gotten a re-entry permit, the law states that you abandoned your residency. However, there are some exceptions to the rule…

Tragic Surfside Building Collapse

The tragic collapse of the condo building at Surfside Miami has resulted in 99 persons being missing. There were tourists from Colombia, Venezuela, Argentina, Paraguay. Right now Senator Marco Rubio’s office is working very hard in assisting family members outside of the United States who had relatives who are not accounted for and are missing […]

Divorced In Another Country? PAY ATTENTION…

One of the more complicated aspects of immigration law that we run into quite a bit is people who get divorced in a county that they are not actual citizens of, and the effect this has on the overall immigration process. You cannot get a divorce in a country if you are not a resident […]

3 Things You Can Do RIGHT NOW To Accelerate Your Citizenship Appointment

One of the biggest issues we deal with for our clients is simply the amount of time it takes for citizenship appointments, applications, etc. to get processed. Many feel powerless to speed the process up, but you can actually do few things you can do TODAY to push it along! (1) Contact the National Visa […]