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  • USCIS Launching New Expanded Civics Test for Naturalization Applications

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    USCIS Launching New Expanded Civics Test for Naturalization Applications

    The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) had announced that it would revise the naturalization civics test. President Trump introduced the new test and started it on March 1, 2021. He expanded the test with additional topics and questions. So, that applicants desiring US Citizenship would need to take the revised test. The passing […] More

  • Can an FBAR Penalty be Reduced or Eliminated Through an IRS Offer in Compromise

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    Can an FBAR Penalty be Reduced or Eliminated?

    When you go to file your yearly tax returns, you are probably aware of the amount of taxes owed to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). But many taxpayers are completely unaware of FBAR penalties that the IRS can charge against them. Especially if those FBAR penalties are delinquent or omitted. If your omission is willful, […] More

  • False Claims to US Citizenship Do Not Need to be Knowingly made to Make a Person Deportable

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    False Claims to US Citizenship Do Not Need to be Knowingly made to Make a Person Deportable

    A false claim to US citizenship can have a major impact on an individual’s immigration case. At times, children enter the US at a very young age. And their family members tell them that they are US citizens. Children might also feel like they are US citizens. Because their parents naturalized when they were very […] More

  • Can You Accidently Commit a Foreign Bank Account Reporting Violation?

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    Can You Accidently Commit a Foreign Bank Account Reporting Violation?

    It is becoming increasingly common for taxpayers to use foreign bank accounts or financial accounts for many reasons. Those who have such accounts need to know that the US government taxes them on all offshore income earned and deposited. Tax is also imposed on any investment income you have earned on offshore capital. Therefore, owners […] More

  • My Baby Suffered from Birth Asphyxia. What Can I Do?
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    My Baby Suffered from Birth Asphyxia. What Can I Do?

    Birth Asphyxia is a condition that arises when a baby does not receive an adequate oxygen supply to the brain. This can be before, during, or directly after the time of birth. The fifth-largest cause of infant mortality, birth asphyxia, occurs in approximately 4 out of 1000 full-term births. At times, cases of birth asphyxia […] More

  • Different Kinds of Nursing Home Abuse Claims
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    Different Kinds of Nursing Home Abuse Claims

    Nursing home abuse happens when caretakers of long-term facilities harm residents. Such harm can cause medical emergencies or trauma in old-age residents. Some incidents can also result in death. Both a caretaker’s intentional and unintentional harm is abuse. Abuse is a prevalent problem in nursing homes and can happen due to understaffing, improper training, or […] More

  • Why is Proving Paternity Important
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    Why is Proving Paternity Important

    An important legal question to think about – “why is proving paternity important?” Determining the paternity of a child can have a significant impact on both the child and parents. Naturally, legally married parents assume paternity at the birth of their child. But for unmarried couples, the situation is different. Determining the paternity of a […] More

  • Car Accidents in a No-Fault States and its Implications
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    Car Accidents in a No-Fault States and its Implications

    A common presumption about car accidents in no-fault states is that neither party is held liable. Either for injuries or property damage. This is inaccurate. What it actually refers to is the insurance policy that is mandatory for each vehicle to carry. What is No-Fault State Car Insurance No-fault state car insurance is known as […] More

  • Advice for Teens Going Through Divorce

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    Advice for Teens Going Through Divorce

    When parents get divorced, it can profoundly impact the lives of their children. For teens, this process can be particularly difficult.  Parents sometimes lean on teenagers to take care of their younger siblings, do more house chores, or even pass on messages between both of them. This process can take an emotional toll on teenagers, […] More

  • Sideswipe Collisions
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    Why Do Sideswipe Collisions Take Place?

    When it comes to car accidents, a head-on collision or a rear-end collision is common. But there is another type of collision that isn’t talked about much: the sideswipe collision. When talking about sideswipe collisions, people think of minor property damage like scrapes or dents, but such accidents can cause much more damage than that. […] More

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    How Vehicle Collisions Cases Are Handled Can Have a Significant Impact on the Cost of Claims?

    Today, vehicle accidents have increased because of the drivers’ negligence and the rash driving by the young ones. The cost of a collision case can drastically vary that depends on the way that it gets handled. All cases solved under some rules and regulations like the situation will be different. Like, if you are a truck […] More

  • USCIS Updates Guidance for Applicants for Change of Status to F-1 Student
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    USCIS Updated Guidelines for F-1 Student Applicants

    The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is a government agency. They supervise and regulate the immigration process of all applicants around the globe. As well as, those who want to apply for an F-1 student visa to pursue their education in the United States can apply for a change of status and watch […] More

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