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  1. How to Talk to a Lawyer-Keep these in Mind to be more Smooth, efficient, & Effective!

    by , 06-19-2012 at 11:41 PM
    How to Effectively Speak to a Lawyer

    I figured that we should write some guidelines for normal everyday folks that they can use if they call up a lawyer or their own personal lawyer. Too often lawyers get calls, and I sometimes get them myself from people that are clearly upset. They only become more worked up when they think Iím not sensitively handling and listening like a counselor to them tell me about all their problems. Yeah, I may think that I am a good listener, that I'm great
  2. New York Citizenship

    by , 03-28-2012 at 01:21 PM
    For centuries, the dream of United States citizenship has driven many individuals to leave the home of their birth in hope of providing a better future for themselves and their families. The dream of New York citizenship is still alive for many thousands of applicants each year. America is the land of opportunity for many, the land of freedom of choice, the land of the pursuit of happiness. Citizenship affords many benefits and for this reason, many are willing to take on the gauntlet of paperwork ...

    Updated 03-28-2012 at 01:25 PM by lawnetcom123

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  3. Immigration Laws Effective in 2012

    by , 01-12-2012 at 02:00 PM
    Immigration laws have in recent years become a subject of great controversy. The following states passed laws that went or will go into effect in 2012, and as most would expect, they are controversial.

    Alabama companies contracted by the government are required to utilize E-Verify beginning on January 1st of this year. E-Verify is a federal system that employers can use to verify that their employees are in the U.S. legally. Beginning April 1st, all businesses will ...
  4. Immigration Law: Citizenship

    by , 11-06-2011 at 04:46 PM
    Immigration law has developed rapidly over the years and covers a variety of topics. In general, federal immigration law determines a personís citizenship status. It determines if a person is a citizen or alien. It also determines the rights and obligations of those who are immigrants within the United States. For example, federal immigration law determines which status and the length of time a person must be present in the United States before they can acquire work authorization. Federal immigration ...
    Immigration Law