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Under the Immigration & Nationality Act’s Visa Waiver Program, citizens of thirty-eight, mostly European, countries can enter the United States without having to apply for a visa for trips of 90 days or less. The program was restricted in December of 2015, when Congress passed the provisions of H.R. 158 by adding them to a $1.1 trillion spending bill, the “Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2016” intended to keep government...

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Landlords can use this kind of notice if the tenant is violating terms in the lease or rental agreement and the problem can be fixed. For example, if the tenant has moved in a pet without permssion, or is not keeping the unit clean, or is violating some other term of the agreement, the notice must ask the tenant to correct the violation within 3 days or move out.

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The state of California has implemented some of the harshest DUI laws, even for a first time offender. The penalties and consequences of a DUI on your record can be severe and long lasting. If you are pulled over for a DUI, it is in your best interest to remain calm and try not to do or say anything that would implicate you with guilt. Keep in mind that if a person has already been convicted of a first DUI offense in California, the...

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Congratulations! You are now a US citizen.  You have been sworn in and have received your Certificate of Naturalization to show your legal status.  It’s crucial that you review and verify the information printed on that certificate.  Changing the certificate later is not as easy as one may think. Therefore, the sooner the mistake is discovered or a change is made to the information, the sooner a request must be made to United States...

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One of the many questions we are often asked by our Family Law clients has to do  with the division of assets and debts upon the termination of marriage. Clients often ask: If my spouse took out student loans during the marriage, does that mean I’ll have to pay off half of the debt? The answer is never simple and it depends on many different factors. When a couple begins the process of divorce, each must disclose assets and debts and...

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An initial consultation is meant as an opportunity for a client to connect with an advocate.  This is the time to learn about the attorney and the options available in pursuing representation.  The more prepared you are, the better the attorney will be able to assess your legal needs and determine the best course of action.  This could also result in saving you time and money depending on the type of consultation you are to receive....

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