Normalizing Relations with Cuba — What are the Implications for Cuban Immigrants?

Normalizing Relations with Cuba — What are the Implications for Cuban Immigrants?

Of great interest to Miami immigration lawyers, as well as Miami itself — home to the largest Cuban community in the United States — is the thawing and normalization of relations with Cuba. This brings to the forefront certain important questions about...
Fearing Change in Cuban Immigration Policy, Cuban Migrant Flow Spikes

Fearing Change in Cuban Immigration Policy, Cuban Migrant Flow Spikes

As a Miami immigration attorney, the announcement by President Barack Obama on December 17th, 2014 ordering the restoration of normal diplomatic relations has held significant interest for me. In light of its geographic proximity to the island, Miami’s Cuban...
Need a Work Permit? Are you Eligible for Asylum or Refugee Status?

Need a Work Permit? Are you Eligible for Asylum or Refugee Status?

One of the many upsides to practicing as an Miami immigration attorney, is the fact that I am lucky enough to help a subset of immigrants who are in dire need of relief. These are the immigrants who are seeking asylum and refugee status. Asylum and refugee status are...
Coronavirus update: We are safely open for business! USCIS is still accepting new filings for all applications. Our office is offering virtual consultations for new clients so that you don't have to come to our office in person. Call us to schedule your virtual meeting today.
This is default text for notification bar