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Kravitz & Guerra

Physical Address: 905 Brickell Bay Dr., Lobby, Miami FL 33131 - USA

Mailing Address: 801 Brickell Bay Dr., Business Box 18, Miami FL 33131 - USA

A K-1 visa is granted to the fiancé/fiancée of a U.S. citizen and provides him/her with the right to enter the United States for the purpose of marriage. The applicant must marry within 90 days of arrival into the country. Failure to marry within the right timeframe will result in the necessity to depart the…

Now that the cap for H-1B visas has been reached, numerous foreign individuals resort to alternative visa types which might give them the right to work and live in the United States. What are some of the visa alternatives that H-1B applicants may resort to? O-1 and P-1 visas are specifically reserved for individuals with…

Purchasing a property in the United States may have numerous tax and administrative complications. Foreigners are typically not aware of the complexities of the legal and tax system in the United States. This is why potential buyers should hire an experienced lawyer, with in-depth background in real estate, tax and immigration law.  A qualified attorney…

A living trust should be a mandatory tool for estate planning. A Florida living trust is a kind of a will – it defines the nature of your assets, specifies who will receive the assets and determines who will be responsible for implementing your wishes. One of the major benefits of a living trust is…

High net worth investors, foreign nationals with extraordinary abilities, and those holding upper management positions can all qualify for immigrant visas in the United States. The more qualified you are in terms of professional achievements, business background, and investment capacity, the higher chances you have to obtain legal residence in the United States. Check out…

If your application for a Green Card renewal gets denied, you will receive a letter which will explain the reason behind your denial. Generally, a negative decision cannot be appealed; you must file a motion to “reopen” the case or “reconsider” the case. The motion needs to be submitted at the office which made the…

Often a will and a trust are frequently believed to be the same concept. Each has its unique benefits. Ask a qualified attorney for assistance and clarification, if you are undecided whether you should form a trust, a will, or both. The experienced attorneys at the Law Office of Kravitz and Guerra will review your…

Every year, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) grants Professional Worker H-1b) visas to 65,000 non-US citizens. The agency has announced that April 2, 2018 will be the date for this year’s submission. This means any applicant MUST start the application NOW if s/he wants the application to reach the USCIS in time….

Hiring an efficient real estate lawyer can save time and money! Foreigners often believe that hiring a real estate lawyer to assist with their U.S. real estate purchases will add extra expenses to their transaction, but this is not true. A real estate lawyer will save you time and money when buying a property by:…

Foreign buyers who contribute for the majority of real estate purchases in major cosmopolitan areas, such as Miami, San Francisco, New York City and Los Angeles, face many more challenges when they apply for mortgages than domestic buyers. Foreign mortgage applicants are obligated to make a 25 percent down payment. American buyers are required to…