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Miami, FL 33126

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Formalities

Cuban Consulars

Viaje Pronto Inc. specializes in the realization of their agency procedures for low-income , also known as Pay Forgiveness or "Fee Waiver" in English. If you qualify due to low income or be receiving government assistance such as Food Stamps or Food Stamps, or receive our specialists conducted Medic Aid for processing the immigration department granted the fee Forgiveness poor . You could save over 1000 dollars in the case of a residence and up to $ 380 in the case of a work permit.

Work Permit

The work permit is one of the first and main documents to get all Cuban immigrants in general or coming to the United States. The granting of a work permit is protected by law, and every Cuban emigrant to which you have given parole (parole permit) has the right to apply for a work permit.

Residence

Obtaining American residence is one of the main objectives of migrants to reach the United States. In the case of Cubans, this process is an intermediate step between a work permit and citizenship, which comes to the end of a long race and immigration paperwork Procedures.

Citizenship

Although not all Cubans resident can expect to obtain U.S. citizenship, this process should be a priority. Obtaining citizenship confers rights and obligations that only U.S. citizens can enjoy.

New Passport - Overtime - Enabling

For passport application , the previous passport is required . Should not have it , you must file an original birth registration . Two photos are required. Passport and white background. You must fill out a form , and the data needed are: full name , date and place of birth, residence address , place and work address, height in centimeters , when he left Cuba , the last two addresses where he lived in Cuba and years , a reference in Cuba , name and address can be relative or a friend.

Visa PE-11

For passport application , the previous passport is required . Should not have it , you must file an original birth registration . Two photos are required. Passport and white background. You must fill out a form , and the data needed are: full name , date and place of birth, residence address , place and work address, height in centimeters , when he left Cuba , the last two addresses where he lived in Cuba and years , a reference in Cuba , name and address can be relative or a friend.

Cuban Visa

A Cuban Visa, which is referred to as a tourist card is required for all visitors who are traveling to Cuba. When you purchase your flight package, your Cuban visa is included.

Released Passport for Minors

In these cases the writing may be drawn up before Notary Public of the country and then legalized by the Consulate . In this case the cost would be 140 usd in Money corresponding to the legalization of this document Order . The documents made ​​before a Notary Public of the country ( USA), must comply with the formalities laid down by Cuban law . It is imperative that recorded in writing the consent of both parents. If one of the two parents do not live in the U.S. , you must provide similar authorization in the country where you live and send the same along with the passport application . In the event that the other parent resides in Cuba , you must do the deed before a Notary Public , legalized at the Foreign Ministry and send the same along with the application

Notary Public

Notaries Public in Florida have the authority to take acknowledgments, administer oaths, solemnize marriage, certify the contents of a safe-deposit box, certify the Vehicle Identification Number of a motor vehicle, and certify copies of non-recordable documents.

1. Acknowledgments are usually taken in correlation with a real estate transaction, but are often used in cases where a mere "identity verification" is needed to ensure that the document is being executed by an authorized party.

2. Oaths are administered orally in depositions and court hearings in which a party is being sworn in over the telephone instead of being personally present before a judge. In this respect, notaries administer oaths in the same way as a judge. Many court reporters are also notaries, as this allows one person to both swear the party in for a deposition and to transcribe the deposition. Oaths are also administered in the form of affidavits and other sworn statements on paper.

3. Marriages may be legally solemnized by a notary public between parties who present the notary with a valid marriage license. The law has no requirements for the form of a marriage ceremony, therefore many notaries perform both civil and religious marriage ceremonies.

4. The contents of a safe-deposit box are certified by a notary public in cases where the owner has died or otherwise abandoned the safe-deposit box. In this case, the notary must be present while a bank official and other witness open the box. The notary then certifies the contents of the box and makes a certificate thereof for presentation to the court or to the personal representative of the Decedent's estate.

5. Notaries are authorized by Florida law to verify the Vehicle Identification Number of a motor vehicle and certify this fact to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles when that vehicle has not previously been registered with the state.

6. Notaries have the authority to make certified photocopies in cases where certified copies of a document can not be obtained from another public official. Therefore, notaries can not certify birth certificates, copies of court judgments, or public records maintained in government offices. They can, however, certify copies of passports, driver licenses, and any other document which is not eligible for public recordation.

7. The most rare of notaries duties in Florida is the drafting of protests, i.e. certificates of dishonor, which certify that payment on a negotiable instrument has been refused. This is an antiquated act that appears only one place in the Florida Statutes.