This Miami agency has been helping migrants for decades. These days, it’s busier than ever

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Miami Herald

MIAMI — On a recent day, migrants from all over the world rush in and out of a small reception room in a small suite of offices in downtown Miami. One woman brings her nephew, who arrived from Nicaragua in December, to ask a lawyer questions about his monthlong parole. A couple from Cuba — a pizza-maker and a hairstylist — whose passports were soaked when they crossed the Rio Grande in Texas with their 13-year-old son have come for their work permit applications. Another couple who want to marry — a Peruvian woman who came as a tourist five months ago and a longtime Miami resident from Cuba wh…

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