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Exploding Myths About Illegal Aliens by Thomas W.Roach

EXPLODING MYTHS ABOUT ILLEGAL ALIENS The immigration debate is raging in America. There are an estimated 11 million illegal aliens in the U.S. and the proposals regarding what to do about them run the entire spectrum from "throw them all out" to "give them all Green Cards". There are many … [Read More...]

Tennessee Exemption in Bankruptcy

Exemption is certain property or asset owned by an individual debtor that the Tennessee law permits the debtor to keep from unsecured creditors. For example, in Tennessee, the debtor may be able to exempt portion of the equity in the debtor's primary residence (homestead exemption), or some "tools … [Read More...]

Visa Bulletin for July 2010

Visa Bulletin for July 2010 Number 22Volume IXWashington, D.C. A. STATUTORY NUMBERS 1.  This bulletin summarizes the availability of immigrant numbers during July. Consular officers are required to report to the Department of State documentarily qualified applicants for numerically limited … [Read More...]

How To Stop Deportation

When an individual is deported, the government is forcing those to leave against their will. No choices are given whether they can remain in the United States. Generally, the Department of Homeland Security issues deportation orders because the individual has somehow broken the law. Many people … [Read More...]

Basic Qualifications for H-1B Visa

To qualify for an H-1B visa, you must first have a job offer from a U.S. employer for duties to be performed in the United States. In addition, the requirements for getting an H-1B visa include that: You are coming to the U.S. to perform services in a specialty occupation with a college degree … [Read More...]

Who May Be A Debtor For The Purpose of Chapter 7?

According to § 109 of the Federal Bankruptcy Code, almost any person may be a debtor under chapter 7 only if such person or entity is not a railroad, financial institution, foreign insurance company, and foreign financial institution. A business that is not a partnership, corporation, or business … [Read More...]

K-1 Visa: Fiancé or Fiancée of U.S. Citizens

The K-1 visa petition can be filed by U.S. citizens who wish to marry their foreign national fiancé (male) or fiancée (female) in the U.S. To apply for the U.S. Fiancée Visa both the partners should either be unmarried or their previous marriages should have been legally settled through a divorce, … [Read More...]