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Florida Marchman Act Petitions in Broward County

06th November 2012
Many people deal with the heartbreak of watching someone they love slowly lose their life to drug addiction. Chances for recovery from addiction are best when the addict himself or herself finally recognizes the severity of the problem and chooses to get ... Read >
Author: juanitadarling96

Divorce in Thailand

01st November 2012
This will explain the options for the divorce if one party is a Thai national. The main things to concern are location of the marriage, assets, and child custody. Under the Thai Civil and Commercial Code, divorce is permitted in two categories: Divorc... Read >
Author: panit p

3 Common Mistakes Made by Conditional Green Card Holders

22nd March 2012
3 Common Mistakes Make by Conditional Green Card Holders 1: Waiting too long to apply for US Citizenship It is possible to apply for U.S. citizenship when the joint petition or waiver to remove the condition on your green card is still not decided i... Read >
Author: Heather Poole, Esq.

USCIS change in I-130 filing Foreign Expatriates Once Again Forgotten

16th November 2011
USCIS has announced that starting on August 15, 2011, petitioners residing abroad will be able to file I-130 forms (petition for an alien relative) with the USCIS Chicago Lockbox Facility. Petitioners residing in countries with a USCIS office may either A... Read >
Author: Danielle LC Beach

Points To Be Remember While Writing Statement Of Child Custody

19th September 2011
A voluntary transfer of child custody refers to a deliberate brought about change in the guardianship rights of a parent or a guardian. This alteration is made when the custodian parent is unable to fulfill the financial responsibilities of the child and ... Read >
Author: Amy Dyslex

The best way to Remove Conditions on Green Card?

07th March 2011
In the event you obtained the residence status via marriage to some US Citizen or Permanent Resident you have to file the form I-751 (Petition to remove Conditions on Residence). In case your dependent young children acquired conditional resident status i... Read >
Author: Avery Whitehead

A lot more Facts about USCIS Approval Notice, Form I-797B, Form right here.

22nd February 2011
When a petition or application is submitted to USCIS, the applicant or petitioner will acquire a Receipt notice. On receipt of your petition or application USCIS will deliver this receipt notice for the applicant. The receipt notice can also be known as a... Read >
Author: Al Kola

All About the EB2 NIW and the Needs

05th January 2011
The National Interest Waiver is a petition in the subcategory of EB2. It is an employment primarily based petition, which gives aliens an everlasting residence. However, the applicant ought to have an advanced degree and posse's exceptional abilities in t... Read >
Author: jackray11

Can my partner's ex-spouse make a claim against me?

23rd December 2010
Many partners in a relationship are concerned as to how their position will be affected when their partner begins divorce proceedings against an ex-spouse. In particular they are concerned that the ex-spouse might be able to mount a financial claim agains... Read >
Author: Arnie1971

H1-B transfer process

07th October 2010
H1B holder! Did you know that you can transfer your H1B Visa (H1B Work Permit) through the new company if your new company will to file for a petition with INS? Having H1-B transfer invoice., you will be able to have your existing one transfered towards t... Read >
Author: WilliamParisi

What supporting documents do I need to submit with the Form I-751, Petition to Remove the Conditions

22nd September 2010
Form I-751, Petition to Remove the Conditions on Residence is a petition used to remove the conditons on residence. If you are a conditional resident and obtained the conditional status through marriage, then you should use Form I-751 for removal of condi... Read >
Author: Paul Anderson

What is a CP2000 Notice

21st June 2010
A CP2000 notice is issued when the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) suspects that a federal income tax return has either under reported income, taken excessive credits or deductions, or both. The notice will document the IRS' proposed changes to the tax ret... Read >
Author: Roni Deutch

The statutory demand procedure and professional tips on how to make it work for you

28th April 2010
Introduction If you issue a statutory demand, you can follow it up 21 days later with a bankruptcy (individual) or winding up (company) petition. There is nothing, but nothing that concentrates someone's mind more than prospective wipe out. Of course, i... Read >
Author: Clark_Taylor

Declaring Personal Insolvency

09th April 2010
Personal insolvency is an inability of an individual to pay of his/ her debt on time. In legal terms it is called as bankruptcy. When you are unable to pay off you debts and can not negotiate with your creditors for a alternative plan, declaring personal ... Read >
Author: Natalie Fair

How do I renew an expired Green card?

05th March 2010
An Alien Registration Card, commonly known as a green card, is evidence of your status as a Lawful Permanent Resident with the right to live and work permanently in the United States. The Permanent Resident Card is also called Form I-551. If you were issu... Read >
Author: Rachel Immig
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