Orders of Protection In Divorce

January 23, 2023

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January 20, 2023

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January 05, 2023

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December 09, 2022

Hit And Run

December 02, 2022

¿La Muerte De Mi Ser Querido Fue Negligencia? 8 Causas de Negligencia Médica

November 29, 2022

Consular Processing Lawyer

October 28, 2022

Consular processing is an alternative way for immigrants to receive their green card. A person who has applied for consular processing must wait until their visa is accepted. An interview will be followed with a consular processor before leaving their home country, which is how it differs from adjustment of status. There are some situations in which petitioners for employment-based visas or immigrants from special categories can use the processing method. It is typically used by people who file immigration petitions for wives and children. Before choosing how to file the petition, it has a few advantages over a standard adjustment of status that should be taken into account.

N-400 Lawyer

October 21, 2022

The N-400 Form is the form that allows permanent residents or US nationals to become naturalized citizens of the United States, with all the rights, privileges, and duties that come with being a citizen. While the specific requirements can vary depending on what category of applicant you are, the general requirements are the same; continuous residence, physical presence, and good moral character. English and civics knowledge are also requirements, but depending on age and health the requirement can be waived. Below I will explain what these requirements are and what is required to meet the requirement depending on what basis you are filing an N-400. To get an idea of your specific eligibility requirements for your case or whether there is anything that can be done if you don’t meet these requirements, you should consult with an N-400 lawyer. 

I-130 Lawyer

September 28, 2022

The I-130 is the first step in filing for family to immigrate to the United States, or to adjust status if they’re already present in the United States. The purpose of the I-130 is to show to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) that you have a bona fide family relationship and that your loved one who you are filing for is eligible to receive these benefits. Only citizens and permanent residents can file a petition, and priority is given to family of citizens. But, generally speaking, what kinds of family members are eligible for an I-130 family-based petition? Which are not eligible? What sort of evidence do you need to prove to USCIS that a bona fide family relationship exists? This article is for general education purposes, the best way to find out if your loved one is eligible for immigration benefits is to consult with an I-130 lawyer.

Legal Options To Save Your Home From Foreclosure

September 24, 2022

A Connecticut foreclosure defense lawyer from The Law Offices of Ronald I. Chorches. understands that many homeowners go through periods where finances can become very strained. This can occur because of a job loss, medical condition, divorce, or some other serious life event. Sometimes financial difficulties can just creep up on you because the cost of living continues to rise. Whatever the reason, these difficulties can cause a homeowner to fall behind on their mortgage payments. If they get too far behind, the bank or mortgage company will begin an aggressive campaign for those past due payments, with phone calls and letters. At some point, after so many missed payments, they may even begin a foreclosure action.