Miami, Florida, is a city that thrives on the vibrant contributions of its diverse immigrant community. The migrant population plays an integral role in shaping Miami's culture, economy, and identity. At Correa & Martinez Trial Lawyers, we recognize the importance of immigration and its positive impact on Miami.
What is a visa?
A visa is a legal document issued by the U.S. government that allows foreign nationals to enter, stay temporarily, or reside in the United States. It is an endorsement or authorization stamped in a passport, granting the holder the right to enter, remain, or reside in the United States. Visas serve various purposes, including tourism, business, employment, education, family reunification, and humanitarian reasons. The issuance and regulations surrounding visas are governed by the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), specifically under Sections 101(a)(15) and 214.