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MIA – immigration lawyers Miami

Immigration is movement itself and a movement unto itself. In this country, immigration can often be polarizing and bring rejoicing. Developed and nurtured over a lifetime of international experience in the blending of travel and law, MIA has embraced a passion for this movement of people from one country to another. More importantly, MIA has compassion for and a unique understanding of the people doing the moving.

MIA’s staff has lived and traveled in over 40 countries in 5 continents; studied and spoken 4 languages; lived abroad for 3 years; and crossed the globe with friends, colleagues, family, loved ones, and chance acquaintances his entire life. It is this experience in the joys and pains of moving to different countries, this lifestyle of movement, that led MIA’s staff to become an immigration lawyers.

MIA’s staff is a registered member of AILA

MIA is devoted to assisting those who wish to move from country to country by quickly and accurately analyzing all of the possibilities, and providing the most concise and easiest route through the administrative maze of immigration laws and paperwork.

Whether a person seeks work, friends, family, asylum, money, travel, experience, freedom, change, education, opportunity, love, safety, or is simply compelled to move, MIA is available to help. Please contact him at http://www.miamivisahelp.com if you have questions, need visa help, or just want to chat about your experiences around the world and in the U.S.

– Miami International Attorneys

P.O Box 191057, Miami Beach,FL 33119

1219 Pennsylvania Avenue #3, Miami Beach, FL 33191

Andrew Bernhard, contributor

EXPERIENCE: A PASSPORT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF

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Visas – Info on Each Visa Available

Andrew John Bernhard, Esq.

Welcome to MiamiVisaHelp.com’s Blog!

Welcome to MiamiVisaHelp.com’s law blog … discussing everything visa from the perspective of those that have a need, desire, or tendency to move from country to country for the purpose of work, survival, education, living, play, and everything in between. Please feel free to send Andrew John Bernhard, Esq. a message! We are always trying to enhance your experience, and help all of us movers, migrators, immigrants, ex-pats and travelers have an easier, happier, and more satisfying experience in the often confusing world of U.S. Immigration. Please feel free to visit our friends at USImmigrationMiami.wordpress.com and TheMitochondrialMigrator.wordpress.com to see more from similar minded people like yourself! Most of all…ENJOY! - Andrew John Bernhard, Esq.

Miami Visa Help by Miami International Attorneys focused on immigration law in Miami and South Florida, discussing visas, citizenship, green cards, and immigration law news

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