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February 2020 Archives

Real estate disputes: Neighbors complain about house color

Many homeowners are legally bound by certain laws or contractual agreements regarding the appearance or structure of their homes or surrounding property. For instance, in a historic district, a homeowner might be prohibited from installing a modern-style fence or using certain paint colors on the outside of his or her house. A father and son in Florida are reportedly entangled in real estate disputes that have spilled over in a bothersome way among their neighbors.

US immigration law: Will teenager be deported?

From the time a Florida immigrant is placed in detention to the time his or her case is fully adjudicated, many months or even years might pass. A 19-year-old male has been in detention for approximately two years. During that time, he confided in a licensed therapist regarding many atrocities he had experienced as an unaccompanied minor who had entered the United States. U.S. immigration law officials somehow learned of the issues the teen discussed with his therapist, and he is now at risk for immediate deportation.

Employment immigration: Don't fall for a hoax

Being offered a job in Florida or elsewhere in the United States can be very exciting for a person who plans to emigrate from another country of origin. Problems can arise, however, if a person allows his or her excitement to take priority over careful planning and adherence to employment immigration laws. Sadly, there are people who try to take financial advantage of immigrants, promising them to expedite the application process or help secure a visa for a fee.

Laws and policies associated with US citizenship

Many Florida residents were not born in the United States. However, acquiring naturalized citizenship is a common goal among many immigrants in this state and others. Once a person becomes a U.S. citizen, he or she cannot lose the status except through voluntary relinquishment. This means that a person who no longer wishes to be a U.S. citizen may take legal steps to renounce his or her U.S. nationality.

Judge's US immigration law ruling will affect many lives

Many Florida immigrants know what it is like to be called an interview with government officials. It can be stressful, to say the least, especially if the person in question may be at risk for deportation. However, a U.S. District Court judge sitting in another state recently handed down a ruling that may affect many immigrants who are currently involved in U.S. immigration law proceedings.

Real estate disputes: Tennant vs. landlord disagreements

You might be one of many Florida residents who rent an apartment or condominium complex in this state. Perhaps you live there full-time, year-round or maybe you reside in another state and use your rental property to escape winter weather elsewhere. If real estate disputes arise between you and your landlord, it can cause a lot of stress, and might be difficult to resolve.

US immigration law issues still unresolved for rap music star

Rap music fans in Florida  and elsewhere may recall an incident that occurred last year involving a rising star in the industry. U.S. immigration law problems arose for artist 21 Savage when he was taken into custody by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers. The rapper emigrated from Great Britain to the United States as a child.

Many shopping malls are struggling to avoid foreclosure

In Florida and across the United States, online shopping continues to gain popularity. For entrepreneurs who use the internet to market and sell their products and services, this no doubt comes as good news. Shopping mall owners, however, might not be as excited, especially when the threat of foreclosure has become a concern for many of them.

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