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Jorge de la Mar Esq. Is committed to serving all of your immigration needs, including but not limited to:

  • Green Card / Permanent Residence

  • Renewal and Work Permit

  • Deportation

  • Detention and Bail

  • Asylum

  • Adjustment of Status

  • Visas

  • Work permits

  • Citizenship and Naturalization

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The most common way to become a United States citizen is through naturalization. You may be eligible to receive US citizenship. Yes:

  • You were born outside of the United States but have been a permanent resident of the United States for 5 years and were physically present within the United States for at least half of that time, with no periods of absence of more than six months.
  • You have been a permanent resident for 3 years, who is currently married to a US citizen, and has been married to the same US citizen. for the past 3 years.
  • You have served in the US Armed Forces. for a minimum of three years.
  • You were on active duty in the US Armed Forces. during World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, or the Persian Gulf.
  • You were married to a US citizen. who died during a period of honorable active duty in the US Armed Forces.
  • You served on a ship operated by the United States. and has been a permanent US resident. in the last five years.
  • You are an employee or a person hired by the US Government. and has been a permanent US resident. in the last five years.
  • You are a person exercising ministerial or priestly functions of a religious denomination or interdenominational organization with a valid presence in the US, and you have been a permanent US resident for the past five years.
  • You are a spouse of a U.S. citizen who is one of the following: a member of the U.S. Armed Forces, an employee of a U.S. Attorney General-recognized research institute, an employee of a public international organization of which the United States is a member by law or treaty, an employee of a U.S.-owned firm or corporation engaged in the development of U.S. foreign trade or commerce, a person who exercises ministerial or priestly functions of a religious denomination or interdenominational organization with a validity or presence in the US, and has been a permanent US resident in the last five years.

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THESE ARE THE VISAS AND LEGAL SERVICES THAT YOU CAN OBTAIN:

  • Legal Consultations via Internet, in perfect Spanish !!!!

  • Legal Residence by all the means allowed by Law.

  • American citizenship

  • Work Permits in Miami, USA

  • Political Asylum in Miami – USA (For people who are victims of persecution for their ideas or other causes protected by Law.)

  • Visas for Tourism or Business (B-1 and B-2) in Miami

  • Political asylum in Miami

  • Work permit in Miami

  • Registered Nurse Visas (H-1A)

  • Visas for Professionals (H-1B)

  • Visas for Technicians or Skilled Workers (H-2B)

  • Visas for Employees in Training (H-3)

  • Visas for Relatives of Visas H. (H-4)

  • Visas for Executives of Multinationals (L-1)

  • Visas for Treaty Traders and Investors (E-2 / E-1) in Miami – USA

  • Visas for Journalists (I)

  • Visas for Religious Workers (R-1)

  • Visas for Fiancé / a of American Citizen. (K-1)

  • Artist / Athlete Visas (O-1 / P-1)

  • Labor Certification for Legal Residence

  • Legal Representation before the Immigration Courts.

  • Legal Representation before the Court of Immigration Appeals. (BIA)

  • Legal Representation before the Federal Courts and Civil and Criminal Courts of the State of Florida. (Habeas Corpus, Divorces, Criminal Defense, Refusal Review in Immigration cases, etc.)

  • TPS (Temporary Protected Status)

  • Extensions of Stay in Miami – USA

  • And All Matters and Immigration Procedures in the United States of America.

We also give Legal Advice for Corporations and Businesses in Miami and throughout the United States. We also have associated firms that specialize in all other areas of law.

Due to our high levels of quality control, our Attorneys, Paralegals and Legal Secretaries are the best in this field. We want to give you the best quality of legal services possible so that you do not go through distressing situations. A satisfied customer is our best reward. We hope that you are one of them. THANKS FOR YOUR VISIT!

DESCRIPTION OF EACH OF THE VISAS

VISA TO WORK TEMPORARILY IN MIAMI AND ALL THE US:
Some of the temporary visas that are most commonly used to work in the USA are:

  • L1-Visa

    This visa is for executives, managers, and specialized technicians who have worked for a company outside the United States for at least one of the last three years and who will supervise a parent, subsidiary, affiliate, branch or an essential function of said company in the United States. This visa allows the person to stay in the United States for a maximum of 6 to 7 years. Note that a person who is in the United States with an L-1 visa can change their legal status to permanent residence as follows:
    If the company in the United States has less than one year of existence when it initially applies for the L-1 visa, after the first year with the L-1 Visa the person can apply for an extension of the L-1 visa and under approval extension, you can immediately adjust (change) to permanent residence. This Legal Residence Visa is very similar in its procedure to the L-1 but grants Permanent Legal Residence for the Applicant and his family.

  • H1-Visa

    This visa is for professionals and others who have at least a university degree (or equivalent) in their specialty, who will work as a permanent employee in an American company, in a position related to their profession. The professional will obtain permission to work for the employer (the petitioner) and the professional’s immediate family may also live in the United States. To obtain the equivalent of a university degree, the rule is that every three years of practice is equivalent to one year of studies. The H-1 visa is valid for a maximum of six years. As long as the professional has this visa, he can try other options to obtain permanent residence, if he so wishes.If the company in the United States has been in existence for less than one year when initially applying for the L-1 visa, after the first year with the L-1 visa the person can apply for an extension of the L-1 visa and upon approval of the extension, they can immediately adjust (change) to permanent residence. This Legal Residence Visa is very similar in its procedure to the L-1 but grants Permanent Legal Residence for the Applicant and his family.

  • 01-Visa and P-Visa: (Extraordinary Ability)

    The type “O Visa” is for business people, scientists, artists, athletes and teachers who demonstrate that they have extraordinary qualities, for which they are coming to the United States to participate in a special event. Note that the event may have a multi-year contract. This visa also applies to entertainment groups.

    The P visa applies to foreign athletes who compete individually or in groups at an internationally recognized level and also to foreigners who are part of an entertainment group that has outstanding international recognition and for a substantial period of time.

  • Labor Certification for Permanent Legal Residence (Green Card):

    Labor Certification is used when an American employer offers a permanent position to a foreign worker or professional. Such a position should also be offered to other people in the local job market. If applicants from the local market do not meet the minimum requirements established for the position, the position can then be awarded abroad. This in turn can immediately change your status to permanent resident. This process generally takes 8-11 months. Due to the time it takes to complete this procedure, the foreigner generally obtains the H-1 Visa or some other visa so that he / she can start working in the United States. During the time that the person can legally work in the United States, it continues with the processing of the Labor Certification.

  • E Visas (Traders and Investors)

    Category E is particularly useful for business owners, managers, and employees who need to stay in the United States for an extended period of time to supervise or work in a company engaged in marketing between the United States and a foreign state or representing an investment. significant in the United States. The two types of visas in category E, E-1 Merchant and E-2 Investor, can be extended almost indefinitely General requirements for category E visas:

    A Treaty of Friendship, Navigation and Commerce must exist in force between the Applicant’s country of origin and the United States. The owners of the company that enables the visa must be Citizens of the country that has the treaty with the USA and must have control of the investment or the marketing company. Each employee of the company that requests the E visa must be of the same origin from the country of origin that the one requesting it has.

    The P visa applies to foreign athletes who compete individually or in groups at an internationally recognized level and also to foreigners who are part of an entertainment group that has outstanding international recognition and for a substantial period of time.

  • E-1 Visas (Treaty Trader)

    This category requires the following:

    The marketing company must be engaged in marketing.
    The trade must be substantial, which is primarily between the United States and the country with which it is the treaty. The company employee or manager must work in a managerial position or one that involves essential skills.

  • E-2 Treaty Investor Visa:

    This category requires the following:

    The investor must make an irrevocable commitment to funds that represent a constant and active investment. The investment must be substantial. The investment must be intended to create work.

    The Countries that currently have Friendship, Navigation and Trade Treaties with the United States that allow their Nationals to apply for International Trade (E-1) or Investment (E-2) are: Germany, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia , Canada, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Ethiopia, Slovenia, Spain, Finland, Philippines, France, Honduras, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Liberia, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Mexico, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Netherlands, Paraguay, United Kingdom, Suriname, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Togo, Turkey.

    Below is the list of countries with which the US has treaties that confer only E-1 Merchant visas: Bolivia, Brunei, Denmark, Estonia, Greece, Israel, and Latvia.

    Below is the list of countries with which the US has treaties that grant only E-2 Investor visa: Armenia, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Cameron, Congo, Czechoslovakia, Egypt, Slovakia, Grenada, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Morocco, Panama, Poland , Republic of Moldova, Romania, Senegal, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, Zaire.

  • F Visas (Student Visa):

    Foreign nationals can enter the US to study. The length of stay allowed under this category is until the foreigner completes his studies. The foreigner must be studying full time and must demonstrate that he has sufficient financial resources to pay for his studies.

  • J Visas (Exchange Visitor):

    This category is used by foreign students, scholars, medical and resident interns, international visitors, and industrial and business trainees who enter the US as exchange visitors through US approved Exchange Visitor programs for the purpose of gain experience, studying or researching in your respective area.

  • Priority Workers

    Transfer of Managers or Executives:
    This category is directly linked to the L-1 non-immigrant visa. If a person can prove that they have worked in an executive position outside the United States for more than one year and that they have been or will be transferred to an executive position in an affiliated company in the United States, which has been operating for more than one year , that person can opt for their Permanent Legal Residence under this qualification. As soon as the priority worker petition is approved, permanent residence will be granted. It is essential that the US entity has been active for a year or more prior to application.

  • Priority Workers

    This category applies to foreigners who have Extraordinary Ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics. This ability must be demonstrated by means of prolonged national or international recognition, and the foreigner must have achievements in his area recognized and extensively documented.

  • Outstanding Professors and Researchers:

    This category applies to outstanding professors and researchers who can demonstrate international recognition as outstanding in a specific academic area, at least three years of experience, and any of the following: (1) Offer of a position or history of a position in teaching or research; or (2) offer of a research position that does not have a fixed term and in which the employee will have an expectation of permanent employment; or (3) the offer of a comparable research position with a private employer if the employer has at least three full-time researchers and documented accomplishments in the research area.

  • Investor Immigration (EB-5):

    Those foreigners who meet all the requirements for an employment-based immigration visa will obtain permanent residence in the United States as soon as their application is approved. The Job Generation Based Immigration classification is available to foreign entrepreneurs coming to the United States to invest and engage in new business ventures.

    Commercial Companies are defined as follows: Any business that generates profits and that is maintained within the established laws, including but not limited to, a single owner or partner,… .., corporation,…, or other publicly owned company or private.

    Commercial Companies are defined as follows: Any business that generates profits and that is maintained within the established laws, including but not limited to, a single owner or partner,… .., corporation,…, or other publicly owned company or private.

  • The three general requirements for Employment Based Immigration are as follows:

    The immigrant must establish a new company (or invest in an existing company) The immigrant must have invested, or is in the process of investing capital in an amount not less than US $ 1,000,000.00 (in some cases it may be less); and The business enterprise must benefit the American economy, and must generate no less than 10 full-time jobs for American citizens, immigrants with permanent residence, or other immigrant authorized to work in the United States, other than the employer, his / her husband / wife or kids. Variations are available for this requirement. When the investment qualifies for it, just $ 500,000.00 can achieve the same goals.

  • National Interest Visa:

    The law allows people to waive the lengthy work certification process normally required to obtain residency, if the person can demonstrate that she / he has at least an advanced degree in their career, and, if the Government is convinced that immigration of this person will be beneficial to the national interests of the United States. The definition of what it would be like to work in the national interest has not been fully resolved since the enactment of this part of the law in 1990. In general, the law has found that this work must include new areas that improve the USA in: the economy, working conditions, health care, and education.
    Available procedures include; visas for professional nurses, religious workers and others, always consult your immigration attorney for all your questions. Dr. Oviedo Reyes your immigration attorney in Miami.

    We also represent cases before the Federal District Courts and Appeals of the United States of America, for Asylum cases denied by the Immigration Courts and the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). Likewise, we present Habeas Corpus for those who are arrested for deportation when they have other remedies against their deportation.In the cases of people who have criminal records or who have cases pending before the Criminal Courts of the State of Florida, we represent them and we pay special attention to the immigration consequences of a criminal conviction for a Foreigner.

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