Temporary Protection Status or TPS

The Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) can designate a foreign country to Temporary Protected Status (TPS) due to conditions in that country that prevent the country’s citizens from returning to their country temporarily safely. USCIS could grant TPS to eligible nationals of certain countries (or parts thereof) that are already in the […]

O-1 Visa: Persons with Extraordinary Skills or Achievements

The Non-Immigrant O-1 visa is for people who possess extraordinary skills in the sciences, arts, education, business or athletics, or have demonstrated a record of extraordinary achievements in the film industry or television industry and have been recognized nationally and internationally for those achievements. To qualify for an O-1 visa, the beneficiary must demonstrate extraordinary […]

Political Asylum in the United States

Asylum allows foreigners to stay and live in the United States and gain legal status. After applying for Political Asylum in the United States, you can obtain a “green card” (permanent residence) and then, if desired, American citizenship. According to statistics, a year ago, of all Latin American people, Venezuelans were the ones who received […]

Car accidents

Rapidly expanding growth population in central Florida has given rise to an increase in the frequency of crashes. Sadly many of these car accidents involve distracted driving, operating a vehicle under the influence of someone or something and weather. According to y the US Census Bureau data, teen drivers are at a higher risk of […]

What is a soccer agent?

Not all athlete representation or agent services are alike. As Soccer Agents we represent players and their interests, assisting them to achieve their goals as professional soccer players, as well as their life after sports. We serve as their primary contact for everything from financial advisory assistance to addressing their lifestyle needs, working closely with […]

Emigration: papers and documents in order

In the United States are approximately 11 million undocumented people for whom life is complicated and they do not have many opportunities to settle down. To be legally in the country, if you do not have a valid visa that allows you to be in the country, it is necessary to have a document that […]

What you need to know: Green Card

Once the residence is granted, there are still factors that can cause the loss of the Green Card. Two common causes of loss the residence are abandonment and criminal convictions. A resident who spends more than 180 days of a year out of the country, runs the risk of being accused of having abandoned the […]

Social Security for disability

According to the Social Security Administration, statistics show that a certain percentage of the population will be disabled before reaching 67 years of age. While we spend a lot of time working to be successful in our jobs and careers, few of us think about having a safety net, or simply are not financially in […]

Migration: citizen or resident?

There are many differences between having a permanent residence in the US and being a US citizen. Differences that are going from rights to obligations. Permanent residents: they have certain benefits such as being able to live and work freely in North American territory, acquire goods, establish businesses. However, they do not have the power […]