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Miami Immigration Lawyer - Adjustment of Status with I-601 Waiver
Represented an individual in adjustment of status proceedings before USCIS
in need of an I-601 waiver for unlawful presence and a conviction for
Possession of Stolen Property. Individual was an arriving alien with a
Removal Order. At the interview, deportation officers were waiting for
him until we explained to the adjudication officer that USCIS retains
jurisdiction to adjust status for arriving aliens.
Green Card Approved.
Miami Immigration Attorney - Marriage Visa Petition
Husband and wife presented themselves for I-130 visa petition and I-485
Green Card application case at the Kendall USCIS Field Office. The applications
were filed concurrently. After an interview with the Kendall USCIS Adjudications
Officer, the case was approved.
Visa Petition and Green Card App approved
Miami Immigration Visa Attorney - Cuban Adjustment Act
Native and Citizen of Cuba granted Lawful Permanent Residence pursuant
to the Section 1 of the Cuban Adjustment Act. Individual had criminal
history issues but Green Card was granted without the need for a waiver (pardon).
Green Card granted and issued.
Miami Immigration Attorney - Adjustment of Status - Cuban Adjustment Act
Client came to us after his application for a Green Card had been pending
for over one year with no answer. The client had a minor criminal infraction
also. We were able to obtain the necessary information to move his case
along with USCIS.
Case granted! Green Card issued.
Miami Immigration Lawyer - I-130 Marriage Petition with I-212 Waiver
Colombian National, previously accepted voluntary departure and left the
United States. She is married to a United States citizen and her initial
I-130 petition was denied erroneously. Our firm represented her and the
I-130 was reinstated and approved. Also approved was an I-212 waiver,
permission to re-apply for admission.
I-130 petition reinstated and granted.
Miami Immigration Attorney - I-130 visa petition
I-130 approval notice received from USCIS Tampa for 11 yr. old Step-Daughter
of a United States citizen.
Adjustment of Status with Waiver - Miami Immigration Lawyer
Our client, a Haitian national married a United States citizen and filed
for his green card based on the marriage. USCIS required a waiver; however,
because our client had entered the United States with a fraudulent visa.
We filed a waiver on our client s behalf and convinced the USCIS that
he was worthy of a favorable exercise of discretion and they granted the
waiver and his green card application.
Waiver of inadmissibility granted, green card gr
Removing Conditions of Residency - Immigation Attorney - Miami
Woman from Peru with her conditional residency through marriage to a United
States citizen needed to remove the conditions but she was divorced. We
applied on form I-751 with a request for a waiver of the joint filing
requirement. After an interview at the Miami field office, the application
was approved and our client will get a 10 year permanent resident card
through marriage even though she is divorced from her petitioner husband.
Removal of Conditions Granted.
Immigration Lawyer - Cuban Adjustment Case
Cuban entered the United States without inspection or parole. Without inspection
or parole, he could not apply for his green card through the Cuban Adjustment
Act. We were able to obtain a parole for him. Once we obtained the parole,
we applied for his green card and, after two requests for further information
from USCIS, he was finally approved.
Cuban Adjustment granted, Green Card issued.
Miami Immigration Lawyer - Petition to Remove Conditions
Venezuelan National previously married to a United States citizen and granted
a temporary green card. During the next two years, her husband mistreated
her and she was forced to file for divorce before applying for her permanent
green card. We represented her before the Miami USCIS where she applied
on her own to become a lawful permanent resident. After the interview
with USCIS, the examining officer granted her case and stamped her passport.
Adjustment to Lawful Permanent Resident status