Immigrate to Miami from Cuba

Updated on Wednesday 10th May 2017

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Cuban citizens who are interested in immigration in Miami, United States of America (USA) have to obtain specific documents which were enabled by the American authorities. The main authority handling immigration matters in US is the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Cubans who want to obtain the legal right of living in Miami, US, will have to apply for a visa at USCIS, which will be issued in accordance with the current legal statute of the individual. Our immigration attorneys in Miami can offer legal assistance for any type of immigration matter related to Cuban citizens
 

The Cuban Adjustment Act in Miami, US 


Immigration matters related to Cuban citizens are handled under the regulations provided by the Cuban Adjustment Act 1996. The document prescribes the ways in which Cuban citizens can benefit from the rights deriving from a green card issued by USCIS

More details on how to immigrate to Miami from Cuba are available in the video below:


In order to obtain a green card in USA as a Cuban citizen it is necessary to have lived in this country for at least one year, but also to have received the statute of an immigrant

An important aspect related to immigration in Miami as a Cuban citizen interested in receiving the green card is that the spouse and the couple’s children can benefit directly from the effects of this type of visa. Our immigration attorney in Miami can offer more details on the visa requirements
 

The Cuban Family Reunification Parole Program  


In the situation in which a Cuban citizen has members of his or her family living in Miami, US, the person can obtain the legal right of immigrating in US without receiving a different visa

Under the Cuban Family Reunification Parole Program, the Cuban citizen who is living in US can apply for parole for their family members, who are currently living in Cuba

If the local authorities provide the parole, the Cuban family members may immigrate to Miami, US. An important right deriving from this program is that such persons will be allowed to apply for a job available on the local market. 

The program will be enabled only if the petitioner, as well as the beneficiary (or beneficiaries) will fulfil certain requirements. In this sense, we mention that the petitioner must have the legal statute of a US citizen or a permanent citizen in Miami, USA

We invite Cuban citizens to receive in-depth information from our immigration lawyer in Miami

Comments

Ernesto

December 22, 2016

I think I want to immigrate in Miami, as my brother has been living there for the last 3 years. My English is quite good and I believe that the Cuban Family Reunification Parole Program might just be the best option for me!



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