Monthly Archives: March 2011

The distinction between having a nonimmigrant visa and being approved for a nonimmigrant visa

So you filed all your paperwork, and finally you received an approval notice. You may be thinking, “Yipee, I have a visa!” Well… not so fast. The approval of your application/petition for a visa means that you are now in … Continue reading

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The Will that Won’t

Your last will tells the world exactly how you want your assets distributed when you die. It expresses your intentions and your goals. Unless a court declares otherwise, your will dictates your wishes long after you’re gone.  Dying without a … Continue reading

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The Perils of Procrastination

When faced with a problem many of us still subscribe to the idea that instead of tacking the problem head on, we should sleep on it or think it over. This is fine as long as thinking it over involves … Continue reading

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