The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has published proposed rules that would affect certain employment based immigrant and nonimmigrant visa programs. The public has until February 29, 2016, to submit comments. The proposed rules amend existing regulations to incorporate USCIS policies that... 
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Since divorce rates have been consistent in the United States, there are no standard procedures for every type of divorce. There is no one-stop shop when it comes to divorce procedures. There are various types of divorce settlements. There are collaborative divorces, do-it-yourself divorces, but the main types of divorce... 
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If you are looking to get married, there are so many avenues open to help you with this. The numbers of ways a person can get married are increasing, but what about the number of ways to get out of marriage if a marriage doesn’t work? When you talk to people with regards to a divorce, the first thing they think about... 
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The plaintiffs in the Fun 5’s lawsuit pending in Travis County have filed their Response to GTECH’s 1st Amended Plea to the Jurisdiction.  In essence, the plaintiffs argue that GTECH is not entitled to “derivative sovereign immunity” because it exercised independent discretion when it decided... 
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Over 8 million older Americans receive care at home or in facilities by strangers. Some caregivers are trained and managed by home health care agencies. Others are hired privately in an effort to save money. Privately hired caregivers may charge as little as $12 or $14 per hour. Caregivers hired through an agency... 
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As divorce is almost always a messy situation, it is always prudent to ensure that there is enough professional help that you seek while going through the agonizing process. Divorce litigation is the process of taking divorce settlement matters to court. This is in case there is no settlement that is reached outside... 
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The concept of Valentine’s Day is one where you celebrate your love for your partner who has either been there with you through thick or thin or someone who you think has the potential to be an amazing companion. The core of Valentine’s Day is its message of love, appreciation and togetherness. Back in the school... 
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It was 2013 when this ugly accident happened. The bar, Hopkins Icehouse, its owners and the defendant, Chad Caldwell, are being sued for the deaths of Tameka Pavon and Jercarlos Hawkins. Caldwell ran a red light on Sept. 29, 2013 and slammed into the vehicle carrying Pavon, Hawkins and a third individual, Genaro Camacho,... 
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Calling an insurance lead is usually the first step to getting to know your potential customers. It is, however, not the only way to keep in touch with them once you have made the initial contact. These days a large number of people use social media for a variety of reasons, and if it can leverage access to that, you... 
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by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., CELA Historically, a member of the military could arrange for a pension and provide a survivor’s benefit to a spouse or child. A problem arose where the child had a disability and was receiving means-tested public benefits such as Supplemental Security Income (“SSI”) or Medicaid.  ... 
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