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Dealing with in-laws can be tough, and we get that. If you have formed a bond with your ex-husband’s family, it can be difficult to lose your ties with them during the divorce. On the other hand, sometimes in-laws are so toxic that you do not want them anywhere near your child. Your child’s grandparents may not always have their best interests at heart. Many people are not even aware that grandparents’ rights are a
One of the more difficult concepts when reviewing a potential new immigrant’s chances for applying for permanent residence in the United States is that of preconceived intent.  When applying for a temporary visa in the United States, a person must actually have an intention to remain in the United States on a temporary basis and be limited by the rules of that visa. Similarly, when a person enters the United States on a particular temporary
A New Look on the Travel Ban The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) issued a decision last week in Trump v. International Refugee Assistance Project, et. al. that overruled prior decisions affecting the “Travel Ban” Executive Orders. In short, SCOTUS ruled the following: The Travel Ban is Back, Unless There is a Connection with United States The “travel ban” IS BACK for people from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and YemenUNLESS they have a “connection” with the United States, like a close
In a recent announcement, the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS), the division of the Department of Homeland Security responsible for processing the majority of immigration applications within the United States, recommended the conclusion of the TPS program for Haitians. Temporary Protected Status is a temporary humanitarian measure that allows certain foreign nationals to remain and work in the United States for a short period of time. TPS is typically designated for a country when
When the Boston Police Department arrived at the door of fellow officer Sean Gannon on February 1, 2006, suspicions arose. Sean Gannon began working for the Boston police department in 1996. For the first ten years of his employment, Gannon dutifully worked as a patrol officer. When Gannon was not on patrol, he was an avid practitioner of mixed martial arts (MMA). He had trained since his teenage years, in techniques including taekwondo, judo and

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