If you want to gain early occupancy on a project that is still under minor construction but now includes a habitable space, you can apply for a TCO/TCC in order to occupy the building before obtaining a Certificate of Completion (CC) or Certificate of Occupancy (CO). A TCO is issued for new construction or change of use (i.e. from a school to a restaurant), while a TCC is needed for remodels and renovations and for shell buildings.
A TCO/TCC grants residents/building owners the same rights as a CO/CC, however, is only valid for a temporary period of time. The City of Miami TCOs/TCCs are usually active for either 90/180/270/360 days (depending on approvals) from date of issue, after which they will expire. TCOs can be extended, if approved.
NOTE: When you are in iBuild, your permit application will indicate whether a CO or CC is required (this also informs you which "temporary" certificate you need, if desired). Not all permit types require a CO/CC (or TCO/TCC).