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How to Request Permission for Re-Entry into US after Deportation?

16th November 2011
Any person who gets deported from US would wish to visit US again as they might have surely deported with pending commitments and they would want to accomplish it. So, often the question of whether such deported persons can re-enter US arises and this que...
Author: hazel Ickes
Immigration Law

Think Before Renouncing Your US Citizenship

10th August 2011
Section 349(a)(5) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) governs the ability of a US citizen to renounce his/her US citizenship. A person wishing to renounce his/her US Citizenship should do so voluntarily and with intent to relinquish US citizen...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

Australia Immigration Policy must be well understood!

10th August 2011
The government of Australia maintains a somewhat stringent and inflexible immigration policy to get social and economic targets through the permanent and temporary movement of people and skills. These days, the government is paying more attention to those...
Author: preeti sharma
Immigration Law

Applying for American Visa Extensions

28th March 2011
Of the numerous visas granted inside the United states of america, visas for going to the united states comes for you using a time line and also you need to go away the region or deal with the risk of becoming deported. Nonetheless, you will find cases wh...
Author: Andrew Saul
Immigration Law

Submitting for US Visa Extensions

07th March 2011
With the numerous visas granted within the Usa, visas for browsing the us arrives to you having a time line and you should leave the country or deal with the risk of becoming deported. Nevertheless, you'll find cases where an individual may well wish to r...
Author: Al Kola
Law

Lawyer Colorado Can Help You Defend Misdemeanor Charges

24th February 2011
If someone has filed misdemeanor charges against you then you can contact a good lawyer Colorado who can present your case and defend you. A misdemeanor charge is not as rigorous as felony but it can still reflect on a personís career. If you have been ch...
Author: amilli
Divorce

Child Custody Lawyers of Houston

20th December 2010
Are you aware with the technique that how to find out Houston child custody lawyers that can help you to easily win your custody case? You should be sure enough to know that where to search and what to search for? Otherwise, you might end up with an attor...
Author: dominicbenjamin
Immigration Law

Form N-400, Application for Naturalization

26th November 2010
An immigrant can become a US citizen either by birth or through Naturalization. Naturalization is generally referred to as the procedure through which a person not born in the United States voluntarily becomes a U.S. Citizen. Immigrants who wish to get ...
Author: Paul Anderson
Personal Injury

Day-in-the-Life Video Admissibility: Probative vs. Prejudicial

15th November 2010
Day-in-the-life videos are typically presented in court to demonstrate for jurors the severity of a plaintiff's injuries and the impact those injuries have on the plaintiff's daily living activities. These activities, such as rising, eating, bathing, and ...
Author: Mark Alexander, Verdict Videos
Medical Malpractice

$4.0 Million Case For Child With Cerebral Palsy As A Result Of Mistake By Medical Staff

06th July 2010
The fetal heart rate monitor provides physicians and nurses with valuable information relating to the health of the unborn baby while the mother is in labor. The information from the monitor is used to track whether the baby is well or is in a compromised...
Author: J. Hernandez
Immigration Law

How do I apply for a reentry permit?

14th June 2010
There are some limitations for a Permanent resident to travel outside U.S. and return. A reentry permit will help a Permanent resident to enter into U.S. without any problem. A reentry permit is used to determine that you did not intend to abandon your st...
Author: Paul Anderson