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Newspapers – Immigration Dilemma

February 8, 2017
Marcela C. Rodríguez Esq. Immigration Attorney Miami Newspapers - Immigration Dilemma Unlike past times, when immigrating to the US was practically a right, the great northern country closes its doors every day. Increased requirements and border surveillance. There are twelve million undocumented people in limbo and no one agrees to give them a solution. Even Florida is pushing for a law to keep undocumented people away. Topics that we bring to the table of the lawyer Marcela C. Rodríguez, specialist in immigration laws. The first question is what will happen to so many immigrants without a work or residence permit. [...]

Immigrant again

February 8, 2017
Marcela C. Rodríguez Esq. Immigration Attorney Miami Immigrant again Arriving at the Miami, Florida airport can be intimidating for those who arrive with plans to stay for a specific or indefinite time. So many emotions make us very sensitive to the stern look of the immigration officer on duty. On seeing my passport the immigration officer closed his eyes and said, "Oh no, a student!" And frowned over my documents. I remember traveling in first class, thanks to an over-sold flight. I flew comfortably without having to fight for the blanket. What a good omen, I thought. The immigration officer [...]

Visa from Visitors the United States

February 8, 2017
Marcela C. Rodríguez Esq. Immigration Attorney Miami Visa from Visitors the United States Strategies for obtaining a Visitor Visa to the United States You will probably have heard more than once stories of people who the US Consulate rejected when applying for a visitor visa. Contrary to popular belief, it is not a matter of luck to be approved. The Consulates base their decisions on the United States Immigration Law and its regulations. The Immigration Act presumes that any person applying for a visitor visa intends to migrate to, ie stay in, the United States. It is the job of [...]