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Navigating the immigration system in the United States can be complex. However, it can also lead to exciting opportunities. Collaborating with an experienced immigration attorney is crucial when you or a family member are starting this journey. Having the right immigration attorney on your corner ensures that you have the necessary legal support and resources to navigate the extensive paperwork and complex laws that may seem overwhelming.
Each step in the immigration process is complex, and a simple clerical error can result in frustrating delays, setbacks, and even denials.
At The Law Office of Tatiane M. Silva, P.A. our team is dedicated to guiding you through this process. We understand the importance of obtaining proper support for you and your family throughout this journey. We aim to ensure you receive your desired outcome by using our knowledge, compassion, and most importantly, years of experience.
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Family Immigration Lawyer in Miami
At The Law Office of Tatiane M. Silva, P.A., we are proud to work to have families reunited through family immigration processes, which can be a surprisingly difficult process – especially if you try to go through the process alone. We will work with you to support you and your family through this time so that you can be reunited safely and legally in the United …
Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS)
Naturalization and Citizenship
There are a few ways that someone obtains citizenship in the United States: being born in the United States, being born to a U.S. citizen abroad, or successfully completing the naturalization process and being accepted as a naturalized citizen. We can help with any matters relating to citizenship and will be happy to discuss your situation today.
The Cuban Adjustment Act of 1966 allows Cuban natives or citizens living in the U.S. who meet certain eligibility requirements to apply to get a Green Card. In order to qualify, among other requirements, the Cuban national must be physically present in the U.S. for at least 1 year at the time of filing and be inspected or admitted into the U.S. Family members of Cuban nationals might also qualify to get their Green Cards through the Cuban Adjustment Act if they meet certain requirements.
Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) allows certain people who came to the U.S. before turning 16 years old and meet certain guidelines, to apply for deferred action. This allows them to obtain a Work Permit and to remain in the U.S.
The U.S. Government may designate a foreign country for Temporary Protective Status (TPS) due to conditions in the country that temporarily prevent the country’s nationals from returning safely, or in certain circumstances, where the country is unable to handle the return of its nationals adequately. Those under TPS status are allowed to obtain a Work Permit and Travel Document to travel abroad.
Update on VAWA Reauthorization for Abused Spouses Domestic violence is a serious problem for any family, but it is especially devastating for immigrant families. An abuser who holds legal immigration status (either as a citizen or permanent resident) can use this to...
The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) has immigration provisions to protect non-resident victims of domestic violence. Though other provisions of VAWA expired in 2018, the immigration provisions do not require congressional reauthorization, and therefore remain in...
Facing removal proceedings can be a frightening prospect for non-citizens, as you may be ordered to leave your life in the United States for many years. If you are in a serious romantic relationship with a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, you may fear that...
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