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Expert Visa Assistance Available

Our unwavering commitment is to assist migrants facing various visa immigration issues. We specialize in providing comprehensive legal support to individuals and families seeking visas to the United States. Our attorneys, Andres J. Correa and Octavio Martinez, are seasoned professionals with extensive expertise in immigration law. Mr. Correa's background in national politics and Mr. Martinez's 20 years of litigation experience make them formidable advocates for visa applicants. Both attorneys are fluent in Spanish, enabling them to connect on a deeper level with clients and understand the cultural nuances at play. Schedule a free initial consultation with one of our experienced attorneys to discuss your visa matter.

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What is a visa?

A visa is a legal document issued by the U.S. government that allows foreign nationals to enter, stay temporarily, or reside in the United States. It is an endorsement or authorization stamped in a passport, granting the holder the right to enter, remain, or reside in the United States. Visas serve various purposes, including tourism, business, employment, education, family reunification, and humanitarian reasons. The issuance and regulations surrounding visas are governed by the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), specifically under Sections 101(a)(15) and 214.

The visa application process

The process of obtaining a U.S. visa involves several crucial steps:

  • Determine Visa Type: Select the appropriate visa category based on your purpose for coming to the United States.
  • Complete Visa Application: Fill out the required visa application form accurately.
  • Pay Visa Fees: Pay the visa application fee per the specific visa category.
  • Schedule an Interview: Book an appointment for a visa interview at the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate.
  • Attend Visa Interview: Attend the visa interview and provide all necessary documentation.
  • Biometrics Appointment: Depending on the visa category, you may be required to attend a biometrics appointment.
  • Wait for Decision: After the interview, await a decision from the U.S. embassy or consulate.

The processing time for visa applications can vary based on the visa type and the individual circumstances of the applicant.

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Immigration lawyer in Miami: Your advocate for visa issues

Navigating the intricacies of U.S. immigration law and visa applications can be challenging. Having an experienced immigration visa attorney by your side is essential to ensure a smooth and successful application process. At Correa & Martinez Trial Lawyers, we understand the importance of providing comprehensive legal representation to individuals and families seeking visas.

Our experienced team is here to guide you through the visa application process, address any legal issues that may arise, and advocate for your rights.

Don't face the complexities of visa applications alone. Contact us today for a complimentary initial consultation and let us be your trusted advocates in pursuing your immigration goals in Miami.

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