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Military Law

US Military personnel and PTSD

28th March 2012
PTSD is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. This is a very common term in the life of US Military personnel. To be more specific, this is a part of their life as a service member in the US forces. The US forces were stationed in Iraq for quite a long time and...
Author: Jessica Potter
Immigration Law

Overview of the Concurrent Filing Process

21st September 2011
What is concurrent filing? One easy way of getting a green card is through the adjustment of status process. When an immigrant petition and the adjustment of status application are filed simultaneously, then the process is referred to as concurrent fil...
Author: Jessica Potter
Immigration Law

Instructions for filing citizenship application for overseas naturalization process

20th July 2011
Only spouses who are eligible and who prefer to go in for overseas naturalization should apply for that option. Spouses intending to file their citizenship application in the US may do so. Section 319(e) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) permit...
Author: Jessica Potter
Immigration Law

Learn about the Overseas Naturalization Process for Spouses and Children of Military Personnel

09th June 2011
Serving in the military is a matter of pride, not only to the enrolled person, but to the entire family of that person. Be it any rank or any branch, the sense of patriotism that it instills in the person is profound. The selfless service of the milit...
Author: Jessica Potter
Immigration Law

Highest reward to the valour and Selfless Service of military personnel

01st June 2011
The greatest and most effective way in which one can show their love for their country is by serving in the Armed Forces (be it Army, Navy, Air Force or State Security Forces). A citizenís patriotism, dedication and strength (mental and physical) are put ...
Author: Jessica Potter
Immigration Law

What exactly are The Needs To Apply For US Citizenship Based On Service From the US Forces?

06th April 2011
Everyone who's serving currently within the U.S. armed forces or has served in the U.S. armed forces has the qualifications to apply for U.S. citizenship based on specified unique provisions under the Immigration and Nationality Act or INA. According to ...
Author: Klaus Wood

All You Need to Know About Expat Taxes

15th February 2011
Listed below, are several creative, last minute tax planning tips for individuals, Independent Contractors, and small business owners. If you were not able to take advantage of the new tax credits for this year, this article will provide additional ways a...
Author: Merrill Montgomery
Immigration Law

Fly to the land of opportunity using your U.S. visa

14th February 2011
To allow your entrance to the United States, a U.S. visa should first be issued. This is like an indicator whether you are allowed to live or visit in their country given that you have satisfied all the requirements. This visa goes along with your passpor...
Author: Seymour Martin

Marietta Divorce Lawyer

08th June 2010
Jeffery Cleghorn is a partner conscript with the lawyer's office of Kitchens, News and Cleghorn, LLC; having offices in Atlanta , Athens and Georgia. Mr. Cleghorn is the head of the family practicing law in the society. Her expertise is in the cases regar...
Author: marietta

Military Divorce Lawyer - Getting Out Of A Confusing Divorce Proceeding

09th March 2010
You might have heard many horrible stories about military divorce. As is true in the general population, military divorces can be nasty. Such is life. Bear in mind that military divorce is different from any other divorce. Being a military man, you m...
Author: Major Vinson

Tax Credit Extended for First Time Home Buyers

23rd December 2009
Great tax professionals always keep a watchful eye on the actions of Congress and the IRS, many of which may affect your tax filings. A prime example is the extension and expansion of the first-time homebuyers tax credit President Obama signed in November...
Author: Gary Schenk

Work Opportunity Tax Credits: What Are They And How Can They Help California Businesses

09th December 2009
The flagging economy has hit local cities very hard. There are sharply rising unemployment numbers as companies cut back on labor due to reduced product demands. In the state of California, the state has recognized forty-two enterprise zones. These z...
Author: Wayne Hemrick
Military Law

Military Injury Claims

27th March 2009
All employees in the UK have the same employment rights, and that is not brushed aside if your employer is the Ministry of Defence.That means that if your employer is negligent and that negligence causes you to be injured, then you have the right to claim...
Author: Jessica Parker

Underage Drinking For Military Personnel?

04th April 2008
This notion of allowing underage drinking for military personnel has stirred up quite a bit of talk between lawmakers the public. Should we allow military personnel under 21-years-old the privilege to drink? If the government has considered these individu...
Author: Maria Palma