Ecuadorian citizens represent a large share of Latino immigrants who have relocated to Miami, United States of America (USA).
The citizens of Uruguay who want to relocate to Miami, U.S. need to obtain visas issued by the American authorities.
Irish citizens who want to move to Miami from Ireland will need specific legal documents.
British citizens may relocate from the United Kingdom (UK) to Miami, United States of America (USA) by applying for one of the visas provided by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
Lesbians, gay, bi-sexual and transgender (LGBT) persons interested in immigration in Miami, U.S., can apply for family-based visas in this country.
Foreign persons who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) may request asylum in Miami, U.S. in specific legal situations.
A marriage interview will be held in Miami in the case of U.S. citizens marrying foreign persons.
Foreigners living in Miami, U.S., who are charged with criminal offenses are entitled to receive legal representation on the respective matters from a local lawyer
The process of immigration in Miami applicable to Peruvian citizens is divided between two main categories of visas: immigrant visas and non-immigrant visas.
In order to immigrate to Miami from Chile, the citizens of this jurisdiction will need special immigration documents that will allow them to enter the country for a specific purpose.