Casa Miami

10300 SW 72 Street
Miami, FL - 33173
Phone Number: (305) 463-7468



Immigration assistance, divorce assistance, citizenship assistance, victim assistance.

CASA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit community based organization established in 1994 to assist and support immigrants of all nationalities. CASA works to enhance opportunities for immigrants through legal representation and education. CASA focuses its efforts on strengthening immigrant families while helping individuals achieve independence.

Victim Assistance
CASA provides free legal services to some immigrants that have been victims of domestic violence or other qualifying crimes in the U.S.

CASAs immigration assistance and form preparation service provide clients with guidance and assistance in submitting immigration applications to USCIS. Our group of specially certified paralegals provide this service together with the support of our team of  attorneys.

These are some of the immigration services CASA offers:

    Citizenship Assistance

    Adjustment of status (residence)
    Application to extend nonimmigrant status
    Work  Permit Application
    Residence card renewal
    Cuban Adjustment
    Re-entry Permit
    Refugee Travel Document
    Visas V and  K
    Affidavit Support

To schedule an appointment, please fill out this document Intake Form and fax it to E-Fax 786-600-6897. You also can send it by email to citas@casa-us.org.  If you are in Miami or Broward, you can schedule your own immigration appointment with our paralegals Alexander Lozano and Niurka Dreke is our section Schedule In-Office Appointment on our website. The first appointment with the paralegals costs $35.


Divorce Assistance
If you are considering divorce,  CASA can help you. At very low prices, CASA handles simple divorce cases without children or property and where both parties are present and agree to sign the necessary documents.

CASA has professionals with extensive experience to defend it and protect their interests.

Why call our divorce expert?

    25 years of experience offering legal services
    We speak Spanish and English
    We offer personalized attention
    Very competitive, affordable and reasonable  prices

Call us at 305-463-7468 Ext 101/104 or send us a message to citas@casa-us.org or ndreke@casa-us.org to speak with the expert.  You can also schedule your own appointment with Niurka Dreke in our section Schedule In-office Appointment on our website. Remember that we charge a fee of $35 for the first consultation.

Immigration Assistance
CASA's immigration assistance and form preparation service provide clients with guidance and assistance in submitting immigration applications to USCIS. Our group of specially certified paralegals provide this service together with the support of our team of  attorneys.

These are some of the immigration services CASA offers:

    Citizenship Assistance
    Adjustment of status (residence)
    Application to extend nonimmigrant status
    Work  Permit Application
    Residence card renewal
    Cuban Adjustment
    Re-entry Permit
    Refugee Travel Document
    Visas V and  K
    Affidavit Support

To schedule an appointment, please fill out this document Intake Form and fax it to E-Fax 786-600-6897. You also can send it by email to citas@casa-us.org.  If you are in Miami or Broward, you can schedule your own immigration appointment with our paralegals Alexander Lozano and Niurka Dreke is our section Schedule In-Office Appointment on our website. The first appointment with the paralegals costs $35.

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2 Comments

2021-10-26 18:23:49

Good afternoon, I want to know if you take cases of divorce. My husband filed the divorce but I need to answer.

2021-11-23 15:58:45

I need help please, I’m engage with a Colombian Citizen,I’m planning to go to Colombia to get married but we don’t know where or how to start the whole process. Thank you!

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