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November 2016 Archives

Applying for an EB-5 visa

Whether someone moves to the United States to attend college or live with a family member, immigration takes many forms. However, entrepreneurs may have the ability to immigrate by obtaining an EB-5 visa, which is specifically designed for investors. However, there are a number of requirements which are important for those who wish to immigrate to Miami, or another city in Florida, to understand.

Report finds that immigration agency made thousands of mistakes

Whether someone is applying for a green card or they are already a permanent resident in the U.S., a number of challenges may arise. For example, someone may have their application denied or even delayed because of paperwork errors that were not their fault. In Miami-Dade, Florida, and across the nation, it is crucial for those who are submitting any type of immigration-related application to ensure that the information they provide is accurate to avoid complications.

Motel tenants expect eviction notices

Whether a landlord is struggling with difficult tenants or those renting a home or apartment are being asked to leave over the owner's foreclosure, evictions can be incredibly stressful for people on both sides. In Miami-Dade, and other parts of Florida, it is critical for anyone who is in the middle of an eviction-related dispute to closely analyze the details of their circumstances and make sure their rights are not trampled on.

Immigration and domestic violence

From financial concerns to starting a job and adjusting to daily life in a new country, immigrants may experience stress for a number of reasons. Unfortunately, some immigrants in Miami-Dade and other Florida counties have become victims domestic violence, which often makes immigration far more challenging. To make matters worse, many are unaware of their rights and do not address domestic violence appropriately.

Statute of limitations on foreclosures removed in Florida

When a borrower is unable to make mortgage payments on their home, the entire family may suffer. Not only do people in this position often face debilitating anxiety and lose sleep at night, but their financial future may be hit hard and they could be forced to move out of the family home. On the other hand, investors may wish to defend foreclosure actions taken against homeowners who have missed payments for years. In Miami-Dade County, and other regions of Florida, people who are struggling with these massive challenges should do everything in their power to make sure that the foreclosure process moves forward as smoothly as possible.

Double rent, security deposits and other rental matters

For tenants and landlords alike, legal issues involving rentals can make life challenging. While landlords face problems related to back rent or damage to their property, tenants may worry about how an unlawful eviction will affect their family or force their business to close. In Miami-Dade, and all other Florida regions, it is essential for landlords and tenants who have found themselves in disputes regarding rentals to closely analyze the details of the situation.

Some immigrants have concerns after presidential election

When it comes to immigration, there are a wide range of issues people may encounter. For example, someone may be unsure of how to obtain a green card, while others may experience problems with a student visa or work visa. However, handling any type of immigration difficulties properly is absolutely essential. In Miami-Dade County, and the rest of Florida, people who are in this position may have find themselves facing serious ramifications that alter the course of their lives. From deportation to the loss of a job, immigration problems can make life challenging in many ways.

Condo market struggling in South Florida

For people who are thinking about buying a condo, there are a wide variety of issues to take into consideration, such as the location of the unit and the price. When it comes to condo sales, there are many factors that can impact both the buyer as well as the seller, including recent events that have taken place in the region. In Miami-Dade, and throughout the state of Florida, those who are trying to buy or sell a condo should carefully review their options.

Reviewing different types of employment visas

Many immigrants see America as a land of opportunity and look forward to a brighter future once they start working in the country. However, some may have difficulty obtaining a work visa or have uncertainty concerning the immigration process in Miami-Dade, Florida, and throughout the nation. Moreover, it is important for employers to have an understanding of what prospective employees may face with regard to employment immigration and make sure that every base is covered beforehand.

Florida condominium owners refuse to sell unit

Sometimes, condominium disputes are particularly challenging. For example, a developer may be unable to raze condos to make way for new units or a family may be worried about losing a place they have called home for many years. In Miami-Dade, it is crucial for people who are in this position to familiarize themselves with the laws in Florida and determine the smartest approach. By handling a condominium dispute appropriately, condo owners could secure a more favorable outcome.

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