A coalition of business organizations is urging Congress to extend the EB-5 Regional Center program. The EB-5 investor visa program allows a foreign national to obtain a green card if he or she invests money in the United States which creates jobs in the United States. An individual must invest $1 million, or $500,000... 
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Around 20 veterans nationwide committed suicide each day in 2014, according to new statistics released by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) in July. The information highlights the mental health crisis facing veterans today. The veteran suicide rate in the United States has commonly been quoted as an estimated... 
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Never stop growing yourself to grow your insurance business. While that may sound simple, it is far more complicated than some may think. An agent must continue to grow personally in order to stay on top of the competition and the changes in the insurance market. Those who do not grow must retire, fold, get out of... 
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Entrepreneurs Visa

// Aug 28th, 2016
In 2014, President Obama issued an Executive order making it easy for Entrepreneurs to get visas. However until this past Friday, the Citizenship and Immigration Service (hereinafter CIS) did not issue any guidance as to how this could be achieved. For instance, a computer science major foreign student, studying in... 
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A personal injury lawsuit filed against rappers Snoop Dog and Wiz Khalifa seeks damages on behalf of 17 concertgoers who were allegedly injured when a railing broke during a concert in New Jersey. Authorities reported 42 people were injured in the collapse earlier this month. Plaintiffs assert the incident happened... 
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When a personal injury victim suffers financial hardship, it may be necessary to file for bankruptcy in order to discharge debts. It’s not all that common, especially when you consider that many victims are unable to continue working, at least temporarily.  Whatever claim – or potential claim – a... 
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Many individuals want to stay in their home through old age. Frequently, our clients are concerned that their home is a poor place to age in place because it is two-story, split-level, or simply old. Also, many are unwilling to move to a new home in order to accommodate decreased mobility due to their connection with... 
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The Fourth Court of Appeals in San Antonio, Texas found that a lessee had failed to prove that it had drilled an offset well as required by oil and gas leases. In the case, Shirley Adams et al. v. Murphy Exploration & Production Co.-USA, the lessors and royalty owners sued lessee Murphy for breach of contract,... 
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Sleep is an essential part of a person’s wellbeing. However, many veterans are not getting the sleep they need. Recent research shows sleep disorders have increased six-fold among former service members over the past decade. The largest rise in sleep problems has been linked with patients who have post-traumatic... 
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In 2010, the Griffith family took their child to Teays Pediatrics. He had been vomiting frequently. What followed was a series of medical oversights that left the then 7-year-old boy in a permanent vegetative state. Tabatha and Karle Griffith took their young son Gabriel to the local pediatrician December 13, 2010... 
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