The United States is often thought of as a land of opportunity. For people who come into the U.S. from other countries, taking advantage of the opportunities can mean a better life for them and their family members. Unfortunately, for some immigrants to come into the United States, being accused of crimes can lead to long-lasting troubles. A recent decision by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals might help to lessen those troubles.
Can bankruptcy stop a creditor from taking money out of my paycheck?
We have discussed asylum in some of our posts on the blog. For people who are seeking asylum, going through the process to gain asylum might seem daunting. In some cases, seeking asylum in the United States might be a way to stop removal proceedings in accordance with the Convention Against Torture. Our readers in Arizona might be interested in learning a little more about this.
I co-signed my son's car that the bank repossessed- can the bank go after me?
Can bankruptcy stop the bank from taking my car?
Employment-based visas were our topic last week. We will expand on that post to help people in Arizona learn how to deal with lost or stolen visas. If you or a loved one are in the United States on an employment-based visa, you can probably understand the horrible anxiety and fear that might come over a person who loses that visa, especially when you consider how dire the consequences can be if you don't have your documentation when you need it.