Blog Posts in March, 2016
Posted By Attorney Pedro MirandaMany persons who are in the U.S. illegally eventually become eligible to become Permanent Residents as Immediate Relatives of an American citizen. Immediate Relatives, for immigration purposes, are spouses of citizens, unmarried children of citizens (if the child is under 21 years old), and parents of citizens (if the citizen is at least 21 years old). If the person entered the U.S. legally, even ...Continue Reading
Posted By Attorney Pedro MirandaAny non-citizen living in the U.S. who wants to travel abroad should first consult an immigration attorney to determine whether such travel is advisable and whether a Travel Document should be obtained from USCIS. Even when a Travel Document is obtained, the traveler needs to be aware that they will be subject to inspection when attempting to re-enter the U.S. and may be denied entry, even if they ...Continue Reading
Posted By Garcia, Miranda, Gonzalez-Rua, P.A.We are very happy to announce the expansion of our law firm. A new partner has joined us, Andoni Gonzalez-Rua , an excellent and experienced attorney. You may read more about him and his qualifications on our website. With Andoni’s arrival, we have changed our name and will now be known as Garcia, Miranda & Gonzalez-Rua, PA. We will continue to operate out of our Hollywood, Fl., office, offering ...Continue Reading
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