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Immigration Law

Statement of Changes in the Immigration Rules HC 863

05th April 2011
The government laid a new Statement of Changes in the Immigration Rules (HC 863) on 17 March 2011 before Parliament. The changes are extensive and implement the government's intentions which have been announced in various policy documents and public s...
Author: Gherson

eForm16, an Online Income Tax Filing Process.

01st March 2011
At present we often hear about the words Form 16, Form 16A. What are Form 16, Form 16A and how these are useful to us? Mostly all the earning people are aware of Income Tax as per rule framed by the Government. Filing Income Tax returns is mandatory f...
Author: piranhaswebsolution

Avialable Free Divorce Records

04th January 2011
If you’re wishing to possibly find that state that is free from any divorces, you may not find one anymore because nowadays, every state is already going through this kind of problem based on reports and numbers. Along with the other states that are exper...
Author: Ben Dave

HMRC 'accept very few excuses for late tax filing'

06th December 2010
Most consumers who are eligible to calculate their own tax do so carefully and diligently, taking advantage of an income tax calculator or another type of tax calculator to check they have not over or underestimated the amount they owe. However, someti...
Author: nickcampbell
Immigration Law

USCIS- The Door Keepers To The World's Immigration Magnet

02nd December 2010
USCIS: the Door Keepers to the World's Immigration MagnetThe USCIS is not only a huge self-dependent federal government department but also the well-guarded entrance door to the world's most popular immigration destination.The department under Home Land S...
Author: Jeff Mckee