Where in Miami. I am familar with miami and dade county. So you could be any where from Aventura to Homestead.
Florida State inspections in South Florida are performed by Bud Grant. He covers all of South Florida. And it is just him. So setting up an inspection can be slow. However before you set it up we can help you so you are ready for it.
The dept. of Ag doesn't say who can keep bees or where. The local zoning codes do. So depending on where you live city or county zoning will be the governing factor. With that being said. If you live in an HOA(Home Owners Assocition) neighborhood you will find that they tend to be overreactive and panic ridden. They have lawyers who have nothing better to do than harrass you.
Residential areas tend to not be a favorable place but many of us are backyard beekeepers in SoFla. So there are many renegade beekeepers in SoFla. We wear black masks and have secret handshakes. Special decoder rings are avaliable for members.
And yes we have AHB, hoever the media blows a lot of that out of proportion. Let your bees be in the box and leave them alone for a little bit so they can build comb and collect pollen and honey.
Your bees will fly up to a mile and a half to do that activity so you neighbors plants will all benefit from you having bees. When you harvast honey make sure your neighbors get some free honey. We are not beneath bribery .... er.. I mean gift giving and sharing.
Try to make sure your hive is not to readily visible from the street , panicky neighbors are your worst problem. They can be worse than AHB.
If you are concerned about the bees you can always send some to the lab for testing. My recommendation is do an aggression test once a week for about three weeks. You can do that by taking a black sock on the end of a pole and waving it in front of the hive entrance for 20 seconds. If the bees flock to it and attack it you may have aggressive bees. Whether they are AHB or not doesn't matter because even EHBs can be aggressive under certain circumstances. If they have lost their queen or the hive has been disturbed or freak weather changes may change the mood of your bees. If they are continously aggrssive I would requeen them. because even if they are not AHBs you won't like working on a hive with bees that are always in a bad mood.
So far it sounds like you are doing very well keep going and remember rule #1 . Have Fun.