What Should You Know About The New "Public Charge" Immigration Rules?

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Recently, the U.S. Supreme Court lifted an injunction preventing the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) from enforcing its new “public charge” rules. As a result, these rules are slated to go into effect on February 24, 2020. Learn more about the public charge rules and what it can mean for certain low-income immigrants seeking U.S. citizenship. What Is the Public Charge Rule? The public charge rule affects both current U.…

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What You Need To Know About Commutation

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If a loved one has been given a life sentence in jail, there could be a chance the sentence could be commuted. Commutation is similar to a pardon and allows an inmate out of jail. A sentence can be commuted for a variety of reasons. Here is what you need to know. What Is the Difference Between a Commuted Sentence and a Pardon? There are some significant differences between a pardon and a commutation.…

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Tips For Your Wrongful Death Case Against The Police

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Did you recently lose a loved one who was shot or otherwise killed during an encounter with the police or some other official source of authority? You will have a long road ahead of you if you intend to file a wrongful death suit, but you should also know that it is possible to come out of this situation with the justice you seek. To that end, here are some tips to keep in mind when filing a wrongful death case against the authorities:…

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