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- "Parole In Place" for Family Members of U.S. Military Service Members and Former U.S. Military Service Members
The Attorney General has limited discretionary authority to grant parole to an alien who is in the United States without an immigration status. This exercise of parole is called “parole in place.”
- The Defense Base Act: A Brief History and Explanation of the Administration of Benefits
The Defense Base Act is a federal workers' compensation program, which provides medical and wage-replacement benefits to military contractors injured while working on a wide variety of U.S. defense projects worldwide.
- Texas Veterans Court Eligibility Gets Much-Needed Expansion from Texas Legislature
That past legislative session, the Texas legislature made change to the eligibility requirements for Texas' Veterans Courts, introducing more discretion into the process. These courts are an important part of taking care of the veterans support our freedom by providing a diversion and treatment program.
- Settlement for Baby's Death at Military Hospital
When a four-month-old’s parents brought her to the Emergency Room at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii on October 18, 2012, their infant had been suffering from an upper respiratory infection accompanied by labored breathing.
- Florida Military Ex-Spouses Should Review Benefits after Divorce
Many Florida residents who are ex-spouses of military personnel may be unaware that they may be eligible for benefits after they have been divorced.
- Military Sexual Assault Issues
The U.S. Defense Department released its findings about the incidence of sexual assault and rape in our nation’s military. The report includes statistics from an anonymous survey and from reported incidents on file. According to the department’s results, the number of sexual assaults decreased over the past two years. In 2012, the survey found 26,000 victims of sexual assault in the military which decreased to 19,000 in 2014. These incidents are for unwanted sexual conduct including rape.
- Victims of Mesothelioma Cancer Due to Asbestos Exposure Have Legal Rights
Individuals who have developed mesothelioma cancer, asbestosis, lung cancer, or other diseases linked to asbestos exposure may be eligible to file a lawsuit and receive compensation for the injuries and the cost of medical care.
- What Are The Laws Regarding Declaring War?
Since its inception, the U.S. has been required to take military action of one sort or another under every president and administration, even before the United States of America had a Constitution. Since the creation of the U.S. Constitution, however, the United States has had laws regarding declaring war. Certain military actions can be taken without formal declarations of war, others cannot. So what are the laws regarding declaring war?
- If Your Spouse Files for Divorce While on Deployment
Even under the best of circumstances a marriage can be difficult and often times will not work out. Being a service member whose duty at times requires overseas deployment for long periods of time can lend even more strain.
- Navy Again Requires Self-Reporting of Arrests and Prosecutions
As part of its personnel management directed by Congress, the Navy is using civilian misconduct as a indicator for discharging persons.