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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
Business Law

Business Fraud and Internet Fraud

06th January 2011
Business Fraud We all know the old saying: If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. But these are hard economic times, and if you're a business owner and that something is a scheme claiming it can put dollars in your pocket, you may be te...
Author: Aaron Kelly

California Companies Save When They Utilize Federal Hiring Credits and Enterprise Zone Credits

10th September 2010
California-based corporations are on the lookout for ways to save money, and one of the best ways that is often not taken advantage of is to see if your company qualifies for federal hiring credits. These include the newly implemented Hire Act credit. A...
Author: Susan Slobac
Employment Law

Is the New Social Security Verification System "SSNVS" Making Life Easier for Employers

12th July 2010
The Social Security Administration recently (finally) created a database that employers can access to verify that the SSN number of an employee is accurate. Great news, right? Who needs pre-employment social security number verifications as part of the ba...
Author: Brad Jones
Employment Law

ICE Is Turning the Heat Up

12th April 2010
ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) intensified its nationwide push to dramatically increase efforts to combat unlawful employment of illegal aliens. On March 11th, ICE arrested 29 undocumented workers at two Maryland restaurants.According to Willia...
Author: Ann Allott
Business Law

Managing Difficult People: A Supervisor's Most Challenging Task

28th April 2009
As a manager, you must deal with a wide range of personalities in your organization. During interviews, you do your best to hire employees who are motivated and cooperative. But even you're most promising new-hires — and especially your longtime staff ...
Author: angela