The Basics Of The U.S. Investment Visa

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Like many developed countries, the U.S. offers visas that are intended to drive investment in the nation. These are fundamentally considered to be employment visas, and the most common ones have the designation EB-5, which refers to fifth-level preference that's employment-based. In that regard, the government expects people who immigrate using these visas to be actively involved in development on the ground. Here are some basic things every investor visa attorney will want their clients to know.

17 December 2019

3 Major Reasons To Hire A Family Attorney When Facing A Difficult Divorce

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Divorces are not fun to go through. They can take their toll on everyone involved. Instead of dealing with one yourself and making a lot of mistakes, it may be best to hire a family attorney. They can help you through this tough situation in the following ways.  Receive Objective Advice A divorce can involve a lot of emotions. After all, a lot may be at stake in terms of assets or child custody.

23 October 2019

Two Reasons Why You Should Always Hire An Attorney After A Truck Accident

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Watching a humongous eighteen-wheeler truck plow down the road at top speeds is truly a sight to see, due to its sheer weight and size. Now, imagine what can happen when a huge truck comes into contact with a compact car. If you have endured such an accident and managed to come out on the other side, it's time for you to find out why it is imperative for you to hire a truck accident attorney to help you deal with the aftermath of the accident.

23 October 2019

4 Reasons An Injury Claim Might Succeed

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When a personal injury attorney takes a case, they usually do so because it fits the profile of a winning argument. Those who provide personal injury law services can't tackle every claim that they're asked to handle, even if they feel they're good causes. It can be helpful to know these four things a lawyer looks at before deciding to accept a client. Is There a Potentially Liable Party? Put bluntly, it's hard to get compensation if there isn't an individual or organization that can be proven liable for what happened.

25 September 2019

Employee Misclassification: An Overlooked Form Of Discrimination

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Discrimination in the workplace is often thought of as being overt in nature. Someone being fired for their race or religion, or an employee being overlooked for a promotion on the basis of gender — these are examples of overt discrimination. It's important to recognize that discrimination can sometimes be harder to spot. Employee misclassification is one example of a discriminatory practice that often goes overlooked, but can have negative consequences for workers.

22 August 2019

3 Key Reasons To Hire A Lawyer When Dealing With A Personal Injury Claim After An Auto Accident

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If you're severely injured after a car accident that wasn't your fault, it may be best to hire a personal injury attorney. They'll get you through this legal process in many helpful ways.  Prove Fault To have a good case against the other driver, you need to prove fault. This means compiling evidence to show the other driver's negligence caused the accident in some way. This investigative process will be easier when working with a personal injury attorney.

20 July 2019

How To Help Your Case For Grandparent's Rights

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Grandparent's rights are a complicated issue. While every state is different and has its own take on the rights of grandparents to see their grandchildren (or even gain custody) over a parent's objections, the reality is that grandparents are not on the same legal footing as a child's biological parents. Generally speaking, the law presumes that a parent is acting in the best interests of a child -- unless you can prove otherwise.

19 June 2019