The U.S. Immigration and Citizenship Services has a substantial amount of information on their webpage that is a good starting place to learn more about relevant laws and forms that may apply to your set of circumstances.  Visit this link:

The Department of State is another good site to visit to learn about U.S. Embassies and visa procedures.  The Department of State also publishes a visa bulletin each month.   Visit this link:

To obtain a referral or information about any Florida attorney, please visit:

 For those getting divorce with children involved, the State of Florida requires parents to attend parenting courses.  Check out the Miami-Dade College Divorce Programs.

 To see free public records of Miami-Dade County, such as marriage licenses, criminal or civil court files, visit the Miami-Dade County Clerk of Courts page.

 For the latest reports and studies on immigration in the United States, we highly recommend the Pew Research Center's webpage.  The Pew Hispanic Center is a non-partisan organization in Washington, D.C.

For the lastest statistics and information on occupations and jobs in the United States, the Department of Labor's website is super!  Check it out.

To learn facts about any country of interest, check out the Central Intelligence Agency's webpage.

To learn information about attorneys in Florida, your rights, and how to file a complaint about an attorney, check out the Florida Bar webpage. 

For useful about starting a business, visit the small business administration (sba) webpage.

For useful federal tax information, forms, requirements and tax implications for business, visit the internal revenue service (irs) webpage.




    One of the greatest sources of knowledge is right at your finger tips.  The links found here are frequently visited by the attorney and the public alike.  Feel  free to visit them as a useful resource.  Knowledge is Power!





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