Miami Immigration Court

The Miami Immigration Court is located at:
One River View Square
333 South Miami Ave., Suite 700, in downtown Miami.

The court is open to receive documents from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

To contact the court, call (305) 789-4221
For information regarding application deadlines or hearing dates and times, call the Immigration Court's automated system at (800) 898-7180.
USCIS Service.
Miami Field Office.
8801 NW 7th Avenue
Miami, FL 33150.
In order to visit this office or to speak with an Immigration Information Officer, you must have an appointment scheduled by USCIS, or you must schedule an INFOPASS appointment, on the USCIS website.
The office hours are Monday through Friday from 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM.

After you get your green card.

If your spouse was a U.S. citizen when you were approved for residency, you can apply for U.S. citizenship 90 days before your three year anniversary of approval.
To become a U.S. citizen you need to learn English, prove that you live in the U.S., prove that you have good moral character and pass a test in U.S. civics and history.
You will get a temporary stamp in your passport until your green card arrives and you will receive in the mail a letter with your approval for residency (I-797).

Don't let your passport stamp expire, go to your local USCIS office for another stamp, it may expire before you get your green card.
Visit your local Social Security office.
With your residency or your work permit you are eligible for a Social Security number.
When traveling never be away for longer than six months.

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Bringing the family over.

If you are a permanent resident, you can bring:
Spouse and unmarried children.
If you are a U.S. citizen, you can bring:
Parents, spouse, children (unmarried or married), brothers and sisters.

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Please contact us today by filling the form on the bottom of this page and explain to us what your immigration problem is.
We will contact you as soon as possible to help you in your case.

We Can Help You To:
Apply for Citizenship Through Naturalization Or Through Your Parents,
Apply for Citizenship for Military Members & Dependents,
Apply for a Green Card Through Family Or Through a Job,
Renew or Replace your Green Card, Remove Conditions on your Green Card,
Apply for Employment Authorization If You Are A Permanent Worker, Temporary (Non-immigrant) Worker, Temporary Visitor for Business, A Student or Exchange Visitor,
Extend Your Stay and Change Your Non-immigrant Status.

We Can Help Your Relative Immigrate If You Are A Citizen, A Green Card Holder, A Refugee Or Asylee.

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We Can Help You With:
Your Fiancé(e) Visa, Affidavit of Support, Deferred Enforced Departure, Humanitarian Parol, Immigration Through Adoption, Removal Proceedings, Deportation Defense, Motions To Reopen, Appeals, Federal Court Litigation and Change of Address.

We Can Help:
Refugees & Asylum; Battered Spouse, Children & Parents; Victims of Human Trafficking & Other Crimes.

We provide help on the transfer of professionals and executives to the United States.
We can counsel international and national corporations on compliance with immigration laws.
We provide competent representation for individuals facing incarceration and deportation.

If you have green card issues, or if you were detained for removal proceedings, contact us today.
We will fight to keep you in the United States.

Please contact us today by filling the form on the bottom of this page and explaining us what your immigration problem is.
We will contact you as soon as possible to help you in your case.


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