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May 2019 Archives

Is something keeping you from U.S. permanent residency?

Traveling to Florida from another country of origin can be both exciting and stressful. Many immigrants share the ultimate goal of obtaining U.S. permanent residency status. A permanent immigrant resident often possesses a green card, which allows him or her to live and work in the United States indefinitely. Obtaining a green card is often the first logical step to take in becoming a full-fledged U.S. citizen.

Real estate disputes regarding a Miami hostel business

Florida property owners often run into problems regarding their business dealings. Some real estate disputes are not all that complex; in fact, those involved can sometimes rectify problem issues on their own. Other cases, however, may require additional guidance and support, especially when numerous parties are involved and it is not perfectly clear how certain events unfolded.

Developer issues public statement regarding real estate disputes

There are many old buildings in Florida that will likely be demolished before 2019 ends. As with many other demolition projects across the country, it is common for real estate developers to construct new buildings and housing developments on such sites. In fact, that is what was scheduled to occur at the site of an old hospital building in another state. However, real estate disputes have prompted serious delays in the project's completion.

Elderly man in Florida, threatened with foreclosure

It can be challenging to keep up with lawn maintenance, especially when extenuating circumstances arise that require someone to be away from home for an extended period of time. Given the typically warm climate in Florida, grass, weeds, flowers and plants often grow quickly. Many readers may be surprised to learn that being away from home and unable to mow the lawn could possibly lead to a threat of home foreclosure.

Woman seeking adjustment of status arrested, husband deployed

Many Florida immigrants are married to U.S. citizens. Those who are currently worried about legal issues that have surfaced after seeking adjustment of status may want to follow a case in another state involving several members of the same family. A young woman, her parents and a cousin were all recently taken into custody by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers.

Are you worried about a possible foreclosure in Florida?

There are currently Florida residents who have fallen behind on their mortgages. This is not uncommon, as people in most states throughout the country run into financial problems at some point in their lives. Some situations are definitely more serious than others, however, especially if those involved are at risk for losing their homes to foreclosure.

Is your Florida family facing US immigration law problems?

Moving to the United States from another country is definitely not without its challenges. From learning to speak, read and write English to finding a home, getting a job and helping your kids adapt to a new lifestyle, the life of the average immigrant can be exciting and stressful at the same time. If U.S. immigration law problems arise, your stress level might soar; in fact, you may be worried that your ability to stay in Florida could be severely compromised.

How to choose a best course of action to real estate disputes

Florida property owners often encounter various legal issues. Whether they own private homes or commercial properties, any number of issues can arise with neighboring property owners, local government officials or others, such as tenants if a property owner is also a landlord. It is essential to know what options are available to find the fairest, most agreeable solutions to any real estate disputes in as swift and economically feasible a fashion as possible.

Agents went to restaurant on US immigration law business

Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers are human beings, so they have to eat, just like everyone else. However, when ICE agents recently showed up at a restaurant in another state, they apparently weren't there to dine. Instead, they took seven people into custody for allegedly violating U.S. immigration law. Florida immigrants who work at restaurants or other local establishments may want to follow this case.

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