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  • USCIS Has Extended Flexibility for Responding to Agency Requests
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    USCIS Has Extended Flexibility for Responding to Agency Requests

    The United States annually grants immigrant visas and citizenship to approximately 675,000 people. As per the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). So, naturally, millions try to get an entry into America each year. Yet they deny many applications. While asking some to submit additional documents to supplement their application. Either way, you get a chance […] More

  • Florida Nursing Home MRSA Infections

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    MRSA Infections In Florida Nursing Homes

    Nursing homes are generally considered a safe space for the elderly to reside. Considering, they get around-the-clock care. While that’s true and people living in such a place receive diligent care. Unfortunately, they are also at risk of contracting certain illnesses commonly found in healthcare settings. Such as MRSA. MRSA or Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus commonly […] More

  • The Difference between Money Laundering, Tax Evasion, and Tax Fraud
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    The Difference between Money Laundering, Tax Evasion, and Tax Fraud

    Tax fraud, tax evasion, and money laundering can seem similar, if not the same, to laypeople. As a result, they assume the legal penalty for all three offenses is the same. But that’s not true. Although tax fraud, evasion, and money laundering fall under the umbrella of tax abuse, they are not one tax crime […] More

  • Is Online Divorce a Good Idea?

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    Is Online Divorce a Good Idea?

    Going through a divorce takes a toll on your mental and physical health. Even if the divorce is consensual, the individuals involved still take a hit as they are parting ways with someone they spent a significant time of their lives. Moreover, the added financial stress and time requirements cause further disruption in your life. […] More

  • The Hazards Of Fatigue Driving
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    The Hazards Of Fatigue Driving

    Driving when exhausted is a common practice in many parts of the world, resulting in deadly crashes. Approximately 800 people lose their lives, and more than 50,000 are injured annually because of fatigue driving accidents in the United States of America alone. While there are many reasons behind driver fatigue, sleep deprivation is perhaps the […] More

  • How Federal and State Governments Prove Willful Tax Evasion
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    How Federal and State Governments Prove Willful Tax Evasion

    There is a thin line between tax avoidance and tax evasion. Tax avoidance is when an individual deliberately plans their tax payments to lower their tax bills and avail maximum benefits. On the other hand, willful tax evasion is when individuals escape paying the taxes they owe by unlawful means. Such as hiding their real […] More

  • USCIS Set to Conduct Third Random Selection on Submitted H-1B Cap Registrations

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    USCIS Conducts Third Random Selection on H-1B Cap Registrations

    The USCIS – the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services – announced that it had conducted a random lottery selection to reach the 2022 H-1B allocations. What is an H-1B? An H-1B is a temporary visa category. That provides employers with the right to petition for skilled and educated foreign professionals. To work in specific […] More

  • Asylum And Protection Law

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    Asylum And Protection Law

    War, genocide, and systemic persecution leave millions displaced each year, forcing people to find refuge elsewhere. Resultantly, with no homeland to turn to. The persecuted communities seek asylum in other countries for safety and better future prospects. In most cases, other states absorb them and grant them asylum and protection. Actually, this phenomenon of providing […] More

  • Rollover Accidents: The Dangers You May Face
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    Rollover Accidents: The Dangers You May Face

    Road accidents cause catastrophic injuries and claim nearly 35,000 lives each ear in the USA. A rollover accident is when a vehicle tips due to any given factor and rolls over. Some cases have seen a car rolling over several times before settling in. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA), rollover accidents […] More

  • When Do You Need to Hire a Car Accident Lawyer?
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    When Do You Need to Hire a Car Accident Lawyer?

    If you find yourself involved in a car accident, you might wonder if you need to handle the situation yourself? Or hire a car accident lawyer? The US sees 6 million car accidents every year. That is nearly 16,000 accidents per day involving an even greater number of people. There are various types of accidents, […] More

  • Can You Relocate Your Child After Divorce?
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    Can You Relocate Your Child After Divorce?

    Custody arrangements are not uncommon after divorce. It works well to keep the best interests of both parents, especially if they live nearby. However, the arrangements get complicated when the custodial parent wishes to relocate, making visitation hard for the noncustodial parent. If you want to relocate your child after divorce due to a valid […] More

  • Workers' Compensation Back Injury Settlement Questions

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    Workers’ Compensation Back Injury Settlement Questions

    Suffering a back injury can be unimaginably painful, so can be its treatment. But that’s not all; the cost of therapy for treating back damage only adds insult to injury. However, the silver lining is that a patient can get compensation if they have insurance or if someone else is responsible for the accident, depending […] More

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