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FAMILY IMMIGRATION
Petitions for parents, children, spouses, and siblings
Marriage-based Residency
Fiancée Visas
Domestic Violence-based Cases (VAWA)
Child Status Protection Act (CSPA)

DOMA & SAME-SEX MARRIAGE
Marriage-based Residency for Same-sex Couples
Fiancée Visas for Same-Sex Couples

APPEALS
Board of Immigration Appeals
Administrative Appeals Office
Notice of Intent to Deny or Revoke
I-290B Appeals
Marriage-fraud Accusations

CITIZENSHIP / NATURALIZATION
Representation at Interviews
Waiver for the Medical Exam
Waiver for the Language Exam
Help with past criminal issues
Request for reconsideration at a new interview
Help with tax issues
Detemrining eligibility due to extensive travel

RESIDENCY / GREEN CARD
Initial Residency applications
Renewal of Residency
245i Adjustment of Status
Domestic Violence-based Cases (VAWA)

DEPORTATION DEFENSE
Master Hearings
Individual Hearings
Motions to Change Venue
Motions to Reopen previous Orders
Stay of Deportation

CONDITIONAL RESIDENCY

FOIA / FILE REQUESTS

DETAINED IMMIGRANTS
Bond Motions & Hearings
Parole Requests
Reasonable & Credible Fear Interviews

WAIVERS
Provisional Waiver
10-year Waiver
Waiver for Crimes of Moral Turpitude
Fraud Waivers

DAPA

ASYLUM
Political Asylum
Religious Asylum
Family-based Asylum
Domestic Violence-based Asylum

DEPENDENCY & SPECIAL IMMIGRANT JUVENILE VISAS

CANCELLATION OF REMOVAL
Cancellation for Non-Permanent Residents
Cancellation for Permanent Residents

DACA

NON-IMMIGRANT VISAS
Tourist Visas
Extensions of Visas
Change of Visa

CONSULAR PROCESSING

HUMANITARIAN VISAS

TEMPORARY PROTECTED STATUS (TPS)

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For many types of immigration processes, USCIS requires an interview in person with an officer. Interviews are most commonly scheduled for residency applications (I-485), family petitions (I-130), removal of conditions (I-751), and citizenship/naturalization applications (N-400).

The USCIS office we most commonly accompany clients to is the Kendall Field Office. The USCIS Kendall Field Office is located at 14675 SW 120th Street, Miami, FL 33186. When your case is set for an interview, a notice will come in the mail letting you know exactly what date and time you should be at USCIS. Even though the Kendall office is open from 7am-3:30pm, most interviews are set between 7am-1pm. The officers will not see you at any time other than your scheduled time.

Our office always recommends having an attorney accompany you to your interview. You have the right to have an attorney present, even if you didn’t hire an attorney from the beginning. There are many advantages to bringing an attorney with you. First, the officers are less likely to be hostile. If the officer asks a question the applicant doesn’t understand because it is immigration “lingo.” The attorney is there to make sure you understand and make sure your answers are legally correct. Second, if something goes wrong in the process or interview, the attorney can step in and can request to speak to a supervisor, if needed. Third, if the case is denied and/or appealed, having an attorney at your interview allows for a third party confirmation of what happened and how the interview was conducted. Fourth, the attorney should and will prepare you ahead of time for the tough questions that may come up in your particular case (such as explaining time spent unlawfully or multiple marriages). This preparation can be invaluable to the success of your case.

IMPORTANT TIPS to keep in mind for your USCIS Interview in Kendall.

If you are interested in having an attorney accompany you to your USCIS interview, please contact our office for a consultation at (305) 916-4800.