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Criminal Law

Performing a Employment Background Check for New York

20th April 2011
Diverse criminal activities are now destroying the lives of many individuals in the society. Television news and daily reports from newspapers contain various types of heinous crimes that are now being committed. The sad truth is that these things are not...
Author: JessieMoore
Immigration Law

Undocumented Immigrants- Many Sides?

14th March 2011
Pro-immigrant advocates have voiced concerns within the previous with deputizing regional law enforcement companies to enforce immigration laws. They've feared that undertaking so would discourage victims and witnesses from coming forward to report crime ...
Author: Edmund Pratt

TABC Certification - Guidelines and Tips For Serving in Texas

09th March 2011
Alcohol training laws differ in every state and jurisdiction within the country, so it's essential to know what is required of you as a server. If you're working in the state of Texas, alcohol training is not required by state law. However, TABC certifica...
Author: TABC Certification
Immigration Law

Illegal Immigrants- What do we do?

02nd March 2011
Pro-immigrant advocates have voiced concerns within the past with deputizing neighborhood law enforcement agencies to enforce immigration laws. They've feared that performing so would discourage victims and witnesses from coming forward to report crime du...
Author: Al Kola
Immigration Law

Criminal History Records and Immigration

21st February 2011
For those who have ever before been arrested, or convicted for a crime, it would have severe impact on your immigration status. Frequently, immigration petitions/applications will ask you for in case you have actually been arrested, charged, or convicted....
Author: Jon Raymond
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
Immigration Law

Waiver....An Essential Passport To Enter To The US

15th September 2010
Existence of a criminal record can be a big hindrance to not only getting good jobs but also entering the US. While traveling to the US especially, the most important thing to keep in mind is that if you hold a criminal record in your home country be it C...
Author: astonbordon
Criminal Law

End up Your Suspicions: Explore one’s Public Records for Background Checking

04th August 2010
Public records search is frequently done for the purpose of conducting background check of individuals the researcher is interested in. Occasionally, when we sense irregular and negative happenings in our lives, we opt to investigate on a certain person t...
Author: Laura Tran

Expunge or seal your Criminal Record

12th August 2008
The word 'expunge' means to 'seal' or 'erase'. A person can never be criminal for the whole of his life. He doesn't want that his criminal record follow him forever. The criminal arrest or record can cause problem in ones personal as well as professional ...
Author: Munish Kumar