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You’re finally ready to take the step towards becoming a citizen after being a legal permanent resident for a few years. One of the most
With so many different trust types to choose from, it can be tricky to decide which is the best for you. When choosing a trust,
WASHINGTON — Abortion foes have spent a half-century trying to overturn Roe v. Wade. And as conservatives wrested control of the Supreme Court, Roe’s defenders have warned with growing urgency that reproductive rights are teetering.
As a person born outside of the United States who wishes to become a U.S. citizen through naturalization, you must obtain a green card if you want to move permanently to Texas or another part of the United States. Obtaining a green card is an important step in the immigration process. You may, however, do certain things that might put your green card at risk once you have it.
The pandemic made many employers realize that they actually can do business with a remote staff, but there are still many issues to untangle as remote and/or hybrid work continues. To help attorneys understand the nuances of employment law for these new work situations, Rocky Dhir welcomes business and employment trial lawyer Trang Tran. They discuss how today’s common work situations interact with current laws and offer advice for protecting both employers and employees.