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Immigration Law

Benefits Of Being an Asylee

18th July 2011
Once asylum is granted, it means that the asylee can live and work legally in the US and will subsequently have the opportunity to apply for lawful permanent residence and citizenship. However, it is important to note that asylum is not a permanent, gu...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

Do I Need To replace My Green Card If My Name Changes?

23rd February 2011
A Green Card also called the Permanent Resident Card, could be the proof of one's status like a Lawful Permanent Resident which has a proper to stay and work permanently within the United States. By law, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services ...
Author: Al Kola
Immigration Law

The Green Card renewal procedure For Form I-90

22nd February 2011
A permanent resident card (Green Card) is normally valid for ten years. On its expiry, you need to undergo the Green Card renewal procedure by filing Form I-90, Application to switch Permanent Resident Card together with the USCIS. Though these renewing e...
Author: Al Kola
Immigration Law

How NOT to Ask for Documents

27th January 2011
The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) prohibits employers from asking for more documentation from employees than required.  Hence, the thought process of "if some is good, more is better" can be damaging and result in serious fines and penalties for b...
Author: Ann Allott

IRS Tax Debt Issue at the time of Tax Filing

14th October 2010
It cannot be at the top of planning a wedding, but there are a few simple steps that happiness can help you stop your spouse’s tax issues. If you recently married before, check out your new tax filing situation. You can save money or even prevent the prob...
Author: Jerry Smith
Criminal Law

Education Is Power: Identity Theft Facts

22nd March 2010
Probably one of the most personal crimes that can be inflicted upon an individual is identity theft. This is because it affects more than just the stealing of items, money or gaining access to credit card accounts, but it literally allows the thief to pos...
Author: lisa lucero
Criminal Law

Several Functional Identity Theft Protection Arrows

15th March 2010
Identity theft is something that can affect almost everyone - no matter where they live, and regardless of your age, social standing or race and color. Thieves may spare your car and your near and dear ones and may even leave your wallet unaffected becaus...
Author: lisa lucero

Do I need to replace my Green Card if my name changes?

11th March 2010
A Green Card also known as the Permanent Resident Card, is the evidence of your status as a Lawful Permanent Resident with a right to live and work permanently in the United States. By law, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services or USCIS, expe...
Author: Leedir
Commercial Law

Pass The DMV With Your Vehicle Registration Problems

02nd September 2009
Confuse about what you need to do to register a vehicle? There had been lots of vehicle registration requirements that anyone must know based on each personal situation. It also depends on the state that you live in or have moved to. There are tips that y...
Author: Rudy Silva

7 Tax Tips for Married Couples

19th March 2009
Between the ever-evolving tax code, dozens of new credits and deduction, it can hard for married couples to know where they stand. If you and your spouse are having troubles with your taxes then please consider the following 7 tax tips for married couples...
Author: Roni Deutch