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- How to Acquire a Visa for a Domestic Helper
Sometimes when individuals travel to the United States, they will also want their domestic help, such as a maid, housekeeper or nanny to travel with them. In order to accomplish this objective, the traveling individual must petition for a B-1 Visa.
- Licensing Requirements of Dubai Lawyers
Since 2011, the Dubai government has required lawyers to be licensed by it in order to lawfully provide legal services. There are strict standards that a lawyer must meet in order to be licensed by the Dubai government.
- Can I Sue a Foreign Doctor for Malpractice in an American Court?
Medical tourism is on the rise for Americans. Many Americans seek the substantial savings they can obtain by getting various medical treatments, bot necessary and elective, performed by doctors in other countries. But, what happens when something goes wrong? Can you sue a foreign doctor for malpractice in an American Court?
- Can a Lawyer Help with Extradition?
Extradition is the process in which one country or state that has possession of a criminal suspect hands him or her over to another country or state. A lawyer may be able to help with this process by fighting extradition or by helping to facilitate it, according to the suspectís wishes and the governing law.
- When Buying from Foreign Sources, What Can You Do if the Seller Does Not Send Your Product?
Buyers large and small have begun purchasing from foreign sources. Sites like alibaba.com have revolutionized the international market for consumers, while the Internet in general has made it easier for companies to interface and conduct business with others around the world.
- Enforcing Child Support in US Courts When the Child Lives Overseas
In the modern, global world, it is not uncommon for people to migrate from one country to another. Unfortunately, doing so can complicate family issues, particularly after a divorce or when children are involved.
- When to Retain an Attorney for a Missing Child in California and for What Purposes
Each year, nearly 1.3 million children are reported missing. Fortunately, most missing children are returned home in a short period of time. In any missing child case, you must act quickly. The first 48 hours are crucial. You must move quickly and decisively. Rather than hiring an attorney to coordinate your search, save your resources. If later, you need advice on specific points of law, you may want to consider using a lawyer to advise you only in a limited role.
- Singapore The Island Nation with Global Significance
by Planet Depos
Singapore is a hub for international arbitration. Learn more about the city-state and what to do to prepare for an upcoming arbitration.
- Does America Have to Follow International Laws?
Attorneys often experience a passionate client coming into their office and insisting that they have a case based on something they read about happening in another country. In other instances, people will invoke rights they believe they have under treaties or international agreements like the Geneva Convention. Thus, many wonder whether American courts must follow international laws?
- A Methodological Approach to Negotiating International Business Disputes
The United States government has declared increased exports are the path for financial recovery. In particular, the Small Business Administration declared exports are the principal method to buttress American small business. So, how do small businesses effectively negotiate in the international market?