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Immigration Rules for Married Same-sex Couples

In 2013, the US Supreme Court decided in United States v. Windsor case that changed a legal principal and brought forward a progressive and a new legal concept: it was ruled that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) was unconstitutional.  The Defense of Marriage Act also known as DOMA was drafted and enacted during Bill Clinton’s presidency.

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50:50 Partnership in Commercial Businesses

In most cases, disputes amongst shareholders at the formation and  early stages of a commercial enterprise are not that common. During the early stages, the shareholders may ignore small disagreements between them in order to realize their objectives and ideas, and to avoid damaging the business that they have established for profit.

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The President’s Immigration Accountability Executive Actions

Based on President Obama’s briefing at White House on 11/20/2014, the following is the brief components of the action plan to use his executive authority to partially improve the U.S. immigration system.

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Ways to get a Green Card in the U.S

The question we get asked most often from foreign nationals is “how do I get a green card?” Permanent Resident Card also frequently referred to as “green card” is essentially the process of becoming a permanent resident of the United States. The green card ultimately grants its holder (lawful permanent resident) authorization to live and work in the United States on a permanent basis.

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New York City residents now can sign up for new ID card. Immigration does not matter!!

IDNYC is the new, free identification card for all New York City residents. IDNYC benefits every city resident, including the most vulnerable communities—the homeless, youth, the elderly, undocumented immigrants, the formerly incarcerated and others, who otherwise may have a lot of struggle in obtaining other government-issued ID card

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