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30 Things You Can Do With A Law Degree

Not everyone who goes to law school, gets a law degree and even passes the bar wants to practice law. Some do it for the education and the skills law school can teach...

 
 

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“License and registration please.” These words can be unnerving enough during a routine traffic stop. But consider how these words feel when you’re driving with a suspended license. They probably sound like impending...

 

Archive for Immigration Law

The Most Common Obstacles to Attaining US Citizenshi…

Attaining U.S. citizenship isn’t as easy as it once was. In the golden age of immigration, becoming a United States citizen was often as simple as submitting to a physical examination and signing...

A New Profitable EU Immigration Policy

Given the new globalisation effects in modern societies and the consequences of the financial crisis, EU adopted a new approach towards immigration policy. This European policy intends to establish bilateral and multilateral agreements...

These Three Keys Can Help You Get United States Citi…

Let’s face the facts: immigrating to the United States and winning full citizenship isn’t easy. Even if the process is smooth, you’ll still have to wait at least a few years before you...

How to Become a Permanent Legal Resident of the Unit…

For many people, the prospect of U.S. citizenship is a far-off goal, something they’ll work towards in the long-term but something they ultimately cannot achieve overnight. This can be discouraging for people who...

Is the United States an Easy Country to Immigrate To…

In the early 1900s, immigrants to the United States would often be greeted on their way toward Ellis Island by the towering Statue of Liberty: a sign of both the freedom of opportunity...

Filing the I-751 Petition When Separated

When a foreigner marries a U.S. citizen and is granted an I-551 Permanent Resident green card, often the card is only good for two years.  Why?  Because they were married less than two years when...

International Recruitment – Managing H-1B and OPT …

International Recruitment – Managing H-1B and OPT Workforce As most HR professionals who hire internationally know, the H-1B visa category is one of the most useful nonimmigrant options for individuals who will be...

APPLY NOW?: DHS Announces Pre-Travel Authorization P…

ESTA is a new electronic system implemented to collect and maintain a record of visitors who want to travel to the United States under the Visa Waiver Program (“VWP”). “Rather than relying on...

The H-1B Season is Upon US…

We are rapidly approaching the April 1st deadline for the filing for new H-1B visas for the 2008 to 2009 Fiscal Year (FY 08-09). H-1B Petitions for FY 08-09 must be received by...