So, you’ve both said “I do”, listened to awkward wedding toasts at the reception, survived the mayhem that ensued during the bouquet toss, and had an enjoyable honeymoon on a tropical island. Now that you and your spouse have settled in to your new home and begun to write your thank-you notes for the wedding gifts,
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Cynthia Martinez, a paralegal with Guirguis Law, recently traveled to Mexico through Advanced Parole. As many individuals with DACA frequently ask if they can travel outside of the United States, we requested that Cynthia write a blog entry about her experiences. *** We have so many people asking whether they can leave the country if
What is a Separation Agreement? Separation Agreements are marital contracts between a husband and a wife as defined in G.S. §52-10 and §52-10.1. The basic agreements for a separation agreement to be valid according to North Carolina Supreme Court case Archbell v. Archbell, 158 N.C. 408, 74 S.E. 327 (1912) and later in Smith v.
Dual nationality or citizenship means that a person is a national of two countries at the same time. Children born abroad to a U.S. citizen parent or parents can hold dual citizenship. For example, a child born in a foreign country to U.S. national parents may be both a U.S. national and a national of the
If you are from El Salvador and have previously been granted Temporary Protected Status, you must re-register by March 9, 2015. This deadline is fast approaching and we strongly urge you to contact an immigration attorney should you need to re-register. If you have never been granted TPS, you may be eligible to file a late
Do not worry! According to the Obama Administration, ‘this is only a set back.’ Late on Monday, February 16, 2015, United States District Judge Andrew Hanen ruled to block executive actions announced in November of 2014. The executive actions affected only include the extended DACA, which was set to launch on February 18, 2015, and DAPA, which is