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The United States is a country of immigrants

February 7, 2017
Marcela C. Rodríguez Esq. Immigration Attorney Miami The United States is a country of immigrants The United States is a country of immigrants and always will be. This land has always housed people from all over the world, and cities like Miami are proof of that. There is no immigrant who has not needed or is not interested in knowing how to carry out immigration procedures before the Immigration Agency of the Government. The migratory issues will always be news in our newspapers, radio and television. Proof of this is this column. Living in a city like Miami, it is [...]

Travel with residency process

February 7, 2017
Marcela C. Rodríguez Esq. Immigration Attorney Miami Travel with residency process If you plan to travel abroad and have a Status Adjustment (I-485) pending, it is important to evaluate whether traveling places your Residence process at risk. The I-485 is usually processed with a "Work Permit" and a "Travel Permit" to enter the United States or Advance Parole (AP). Unless your visa is an H1B or an L1, having an I-485 pending, you MUST have an approved AP prior to leaving the country. If he returns without this Immigration, he considers his I-485 abandoned and will deny him the Residence. [...]

Immigrant without a driving license

February 7, 2017
Marcela C. Rodríguez Esq. Immigration Attorney Miami Immigrant without a driving license I hear more stories of immigrants who are denied a driver's license or work permit and request the services of unscrupulous people who are guaranteed to obtain these documents in a short time. After paying for these services, these people, who I doubt are immigration lawyers, although many present themselves as such, file asylum applications that are unfounded. The Asylum allows an individual to seek refuge in the United States because of persecution (or fear of persecution) by his government (or groups he can not control), based on [...]

Separation or Divorce during Conditional Residence

February 7, 2017
Marcela C. Rodríguez Esq. Immigration Attorney Miami Separation or Divorce during Conditional Residence Due to the series of calls and queries generated by my previous article, I think it necessary to report on the situation of those people who acquire the Conditional Residence for 2 years because their marriage to an American Citizen or Permanent Resident (who is not a national of Cuba) Is less than 2 years at the time of the award of the Residence. The Law establishes that the Conditional Resident who continues to be married to the person who made the family petition must request that [...]