GETTING AND KEEPING YOUR GREENCARD By Shanelle Clarke, Esq. Possessing a Green Card in the United States is not a right, it is a privilege. In order to obtain a green card, to become a lawful permanent resident (LPR) of the United States an immigrant
What is Gap Insurance and Why You Should Have It By Shanelle Clarke, Esq. Guaranteed Asset Protection (GAP) insurance is an added protection for auto owners who are financing or leasing a vehicle. GAP insurance is not another way for insurance companies to “get you”.
First Acceptance Insurance Company of Georgia, Inc. v. Hughes The Georgia Supreme Court granted certiorari, in this case, to review whether the Court of Appeals erred in reversing the grant of summary judgment to the insurer on the insured’s failure-to-settle claim. The Court also asked
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service sent out letters saying it will no longer consider most deferrals of deportation for people with serious medical conditions. The agency now says those decisions will be made by ICE. Dismaying immigrants and advocates, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS)
The Importance of Uninsured/Underinsured Insurance Coverage By: Shanelle Clarke, Esq. Choosing an automobile insurance carrier can be a challenging task. Choosing the right coverage can be more challenging. In Georgia, uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage is not mandatory but is necessary. O.C.G.A. 33-7-11 is the relevant statute
The Trump administration’s policies will undermine the independence of immigration judges (IJs) and weaken due process. The changes adopted by DOJ, including steps to impose numerical quotas on IJs and attempts to curtail procedural safeguards, threaten the integrity of immigration courts. Source: www.aila.org
In a broad expansion of the information gathered from applicants for U.S. visas, the federal government is proposing to collect social media identities from nearly everyone who seeks entry into the United States, according to a State Department filing on Friday. Source: U.S.
What is an aggravated felony for immigration purposes and can a misdemeanor be classified as an aggravated felony? The Chief Judge Becker of the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit stated in USA vs. Graham: This case requires us to determine whether a
Facts: Homeowner “A” has a house party and while playing dominoes Invited Guest “B” slams the dominoes down on his glass table in excitement and yells some ungodly language at Homeowner “A”. Homeowner “A” immediatly shoots guest in the chest with his handgun causing his
Starting April 2, USCIS will destroy Permanent Resident Cards, Employment Authorization Cards and Travel Documents returned as undeliverable by the U.S. Postal Service after 60 business days if USCIS is not contacted by the documentâs intended recipient to provide the correct address. USCIS encourages applicants