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blueTPS for Syrians

Temporary Protective Status (TPS) is now available to Syrian Nationals and persons who are residents of Syria. The USCIS published notice that Syrian nationals are now eligible to apply for Temporary Protective Status (TPS) - as of on March 29, 2012 and until the September 25, 2012.

blueMedtronic Infuse Bone Graft: FDA Approval and Warnings

When the bioengineered bone graft developed by Medtronic was approved for U.S. markets in 2002, it was for procedures in the lumbar spine. The FDA had approved the Infuse Bone Graft specifically for patients requiring spinal surgeries for scoliosis, spinal fractures, and other spinal injuries affecting the lower back.

blue4 Major Issues to Discuss with Your PA Divorce Lawyer

Those about to begin the Pennsylvania divorce process often find themselves overwhelmed and emotionally exhausted. For many, meeting with a divorce lawyer can seem like a daunting task, especially if you donít know where to begin. Below, Iíve listed 4 common major issues that you should discuss with your divorce lawyer.

blueProposed Change in the Processing of Some Waivers of Inadmissibility

Introduction - The proposed changes in the processing of the I-601 Waiver will significantly reduce the time that United States citizens and permanent residents are separated from immediate relatives. In some cases the immediate relative may remain in the United States while the waiver is being processed.

blueAre Estate Planning Documents Public Record?

Your estate plan is not only of the most important things you will ever create in your life, but also one of the most private. In the modern digital age, where it seems as though personal information can be accessed by a few quick clicks of a mouse, it is completely normal to be concerned about what estate documents are public record.

blueUnderstand Tax Laws Before Making Asset Transfers

     By Augulis Law Firm
If you were to enjoy extraordinary financial success one of the first things that may cross your mind would be to share the wealth with your loved ones. While generosity is almost universally viewed as a positive trait, you would do well to consider the tax code before you divest yourself of any significant quantity of resources.

blueUnderstand Limitations of POD Accounts

There are some rather simple tools that can be utilized to arrange for the transfer of assets to your loved ones, and perhaps the simplest would be payable on death or transfer on death accounts. These accounts are offered at banks or savings and loans and at many brokerages. As the name implies, the accounts become payable or transferable at death.

blueTell Your Designated Power of Attorney Agent about Your Finances

If you have followed your estate planning attorney's advice, then you have named someone to be your agent in a General Durable Power of Attorney in case a time arises when you are no longer capable of managing your own finances. Now that you have that key piece of your estate plan accomplished, you need to take the next step and speak to the person who will act as your agent. He or she needs to know what to do.

greenThe History of the Ignition Interlock Device

     By Herron Law, LLC
For individuals who have never been charged with a DUI and are unfamiliar with DUI law, the ignition interlock device is a mystery. The ignition interlock device (IID) is a mechanism slightly larger than a cell phone that is installed in a vehicleís dashboard after an individual has been convicted of a certain type of DUI. The IID works like a Breathalyzer and the driver of the vehicle must blow into the device and register a legal BAC before the vehicle will start.

blueCybercrime Under the CFAA: It Depends on the Jurisdiction

In a decision filed on April 10, 2012, the Ninth Circuit in United States of America v. Nosal, No. 10-10038 (9th Cir. 2012), put itself squarely in conflict with the Fifth, Eleventh and Seventh Circuits.



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