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Migration Process

February 8, 2017
Marcela C. Rodríguez Esq. Immigration Attorney Miami Migration Process Domestic Violence and the Immigration Process Physical or emotional violence from one spouse to another can lead to great distress and trauma in the life of the victim. And if the victim is an immigrant who depends on the abusive spouse to obtain his or her residence, we are adding an element of tension to the victim and power to the victimizer. The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), although not named, is also extensive for men who are victims of abuse. Because of this law, there is a possibility that a [...]

The L-1 work visa

February 8, 2017
Marcela C. Rodríguez Esq. Immigration Attorney Miami The L-1 work visa The L-1 Work Visa: Quick and practical solution for qualifying companies. A visa widely used by Latin Americans is the L-1 visa. This visa allows the transfer of the worker of a foreign company to a subsidiary company of the first in the United States in a managerial / executive position or specialized knowledge. The requirements for this visa are that the future employee must have been employed abroad by a subsidiary company, affiliate, subsidiary, or branch of the Company requesting the worker in the United States, for a [...]

What you need to know before applying for citizenship

February 8, 2017
Marcela C. Rodríguez Esq. Immigration Attorney Miami What you need to know before applying for citizenship Applying for citizenship of the United States is one of the most direct and simple procedures that can be performed before Immigration, as long as the necessary requirements are met: Be at least 18 years of age Be a green card for a minimum of 5 years (3 years for married US citizens) Have good moral character Have been in the U.S. For at least 30 months in the last 5 years. Demonstrate ability to read and write in English (basic level) (with exceptions) [...]

The Trade Treaties and the E

February 8, 2017
Marcela C. Rodríguez Esq. Immigration Attorney Miami The Trade Treaties and the E Are you a citizen of Colombia, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Costa Rica, Spain, Honduras, Mexico or Paraguay? Do you have plans for a business and money to invest in the United States? The E Visa (Treaty Traders and Treaty Investors) can be a means to make your dream come true. The countries mentioned are among the many that have signed Trade Agreements with the United States, empowering their citizens to apply for temporary visas to conduct trade or investment business in the United States.  The Visa E Unlike [...]