If you have been injured in an accident, the law allows you to seek compensation for your personal injuries. However, determining what you are entitled to and how to pursue the case can be challenging if you are unfamiliar with the laws and procedure in your jurisdiction. When it comes down to filing a personal […]
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Also called family reunification, chain migration allows Green Card holders to petition the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services to bring over spouses and minor children. Once the petitioner is granted citizenship, they can apply to bring over their extended family including parents, married children, and adult siblings. Current State of Family Immigration Many of […]
In personal injury claims, pain and suffering seems sort of cut and dry, because the words define the concept, and anyone can understand that victims should receive compensation for what they have suffered as the result of another person’s negligence. But how is pain and suffering quantified in a personal injury claim, and what types […]
The “statute of limitations” governs the length of time you have for filing a personal injury lawsuit. As long as you file your personal injury lawsuit before the statute of limitations passes, you may pursue your claim. If you don’t file your personal injury lawsuit within the prescribed timeframe, however, your claim will, in all […]
Estate planning can be confusing and difficult to manage, because there are so many different ways you can set up your assets for future distribution to your heirs and beneficiaries. But the two most common types of estate planning are wills and trusts, which each have specific advantages and drawbacks. Over the past few decades, […]
Filing a petition for a family-based immigration visa such as a green card is not a guarantee that the government will approve your application. That’s because there are a number of reasons that the government could deny your request, and in most instances, you will have to file the application again. However, you also have […]
You should receive a response regarding employment authorization within 90 days from your receipt date. You can check your receipt date on the USCIS website.