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Immigration Law

Philippines Visa Information

19th January 2011
Philippines Visa Information PDF Print E-mail Foreign nationals seeking to work, do business and/or invest in the Philippines may apply for work authorization and or the appropriate visa provided for under the Philippine Immigration Act, as amended ...
Author: Triple i Consulting Inc.

The Importance of Filing the Marriage Certificate Form

20th January 2010
Marriage is a word that means all people like to be into. It is known as the next steps and new phase of life after courtship stage. It is part of daily living, part of our life when two people love each other and want to spend the rest of their lives lov...
Author: James Kahn

New York Divorce Law

23rd December 2009
What are the grounds for divorce in New York? If you are a resident of the state of New York, four of the grounds in New York divorce law are based on "fault" of one of the parties. They are: 1) cruel and inhuman treatment; 2) abandonment for one or m...
Author: Josh D. Simon

New Jersey Divorce Law

18th December 2009
What are the grounds for divorce in New Jersey? Although New Jersey divorce law has both fault and no-fault grounds, in most cases, fault has no bearing on how marital assets will be divided. In rare cases, the court may consider the grounds for divorce...
Author: Josh D. Simon

Texas Divorce Law

11th December 2009
What are the grounds for divorce in Texas? A divorce may be granted under Texas divorce law using either "Fault" or "No-Fault" grounds. Fault grounds include: (1) adultery; (2) abandonment; (3) confinement for incurable insanity for three years; (4...
Author: Josh D. Simon

Florida Divorce Law

10th December 2009
What are the grounds for divorce in Florida? "Dissolution of marriage" is the legal term for ending a marriage in Florida divorce law. A dissolution of marriage is the legal act of terminating a marriage through a court action. The Florida Dissolution o...
Author: Josh D. Simon

The Mahr in Islamic Marriage Contracts

24th July 2009
Mahr is the amount of money, or its equivalent, paid by the husband to his future wife. Contrary to the popular notion that mahr is dowry, it is not. A dowry is what the wife contributes to her marriage while mahr is an obligation on the husband to pay hi...
Author: Gabriel Sawma