HB 497 was set to go into effect on May 11, 2010. This law would require state and local police the authority to verify the immigration status of a person arrested for a felony or a class A misdemeanor and a person booked for class B or C misdemeanors. It... Read More
We know many of you may be thinking, “This is the perfect opportunity to move and gain some sort of legal immigration status!” However, before you pack your bags and move to Utah, here are some things you should know: Even though this law has been signed by the Utah... Read More
Sự phá sản là gì? Sự phá sản thật ra chỉ là một tiến trình đã được lập ra bởi một số luật liên bang để cho mội người một cơ hội để “làm lại từ đầu” bằng cách huỷ bỏ các số nợ qua lệnh của toà. Khi một... Read More
The Obama administration announced on June 15, 2012, that they will no longer be deporting most young undocumented immigrants and would allow them to apply to work permits. This new policy allowsÂ individuals who are in removal proceedings, as well as those who are not, toÂ apply. The basic requirements are... Read More
According to Creditcards.com, American households that currently have credit card debt hold an average balance exceeding $10,000. This statistic is troubling enough without realizing America’s younger generation is a significant contributor. The average college senior now graduates with more than $20,000 in debt, over $4,000 on their credit cards. People... Read More
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