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Immigration Law

Overview of the US Citizenship Process

18th May 2011
Being a Citizen of the US is a matter of pride and prestige to many people. In spite of the time consuming nature of the process, people are not in the least deterred from filing their Citizenship application. They will do anything in their power to get t...
Author: Jessica Potter
Immigration Law

When Does One Become Eligible to Apply for Citizenship?

01st April 2011
You can become a citizen of the United States either by birth or through naturalization. If you were born in the US, you become a US citizen automatically. You also can claim citizenship if you were born to US citizen parents, depending on meeting certa...
Author: Paul Anderson
Immigration Law

US Citizenship Form N-400

22nd March 2011
Want to become a US citizen and enjoy the advantages? As a US citizen, you have the right to vote in the US federal elections. You can petition your family members for permanent stay in the US. You can also obtain citizenship for your children born abr...
Author: Paul Anderson
Real Estate Law


27th January 2011
“Prices are rising!” “Buy now, while prices and rates are low!” To listen to the talking heads and to read the papers, one would think that real estate prices are in the basement and have nowhere to go but up. To those of us who knew a residential real...
Author: John Hill
Immigration Law

Immigration and Naturalization Process in the US

22nd November 2010
Getting a visa, being sponsored by relatives for a green card (permanent resident card) or getting a green card through one's own eligibility are the commonly used immigration procedures to enter the United States. You can enter the United States through...
Author: brentwood
Immigration Law

How Does Having a Criminal Conviction Effect Applying for US Citizenship?

20th October 2010
Citizenship is the state of being a citizen of a country. A citizen is said to be the legal member of the country. The United States citizenship offers numerous benefits, including the ability to sponsor relatives and family members so they can immi...
Author: JennyMartin

What All Taxpayers Should Know About Early IRA Withdrawals

09th September 2010
Although the purpose of an IRA is to save for the future, it is not uncommon for taxpayers to ‘borrow' money from their account. Unfortunately, there are severe tax penalties that are assessed when you make an early withdrawal. Here are some tax implica...
Author: Roni Deutch
Immigration Law

Should I renew my Green Card or apply for citizenship?

21st June 2010
Green Card or Permanent Resident Card is a proof of your permanent resident status in the United States. It is a valid identification document to prove that you are eligible to live and work in the U.S. Some Green Cards contain no expiration date, while m...
Author: Paul Anderson
Medical Malpractice

Patient May Have A Medical Malpractice Claim As A Result Of Physician's Failure To Diagnose Colon Ca

18th June 2010
Consider the following conversation: Patient: "Doctor, I notice blood in my stool." Physician: "There is nothing to worry about and you most likely simply have hemorrhoids." Tragically, some time subsequently this person learns that the bleeding was ...
Author: J. Hernandez

IRS Pursues Tax Preparer Regulation

08th January 2010
The Internal Revenue Service wants to set new rules on income tax preparers nationwide. IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman issued a proposal on January 4, 2010 citing federal regulation will help reduce fraud, improve compliance and close the tax gap. Cali...
Author: CTEC