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July 20, 2020
5 hacks – how to pick the right divorce lawer for yourself in NY & NJ

My name is Marina Shepelsky and I am a NY and NJ divorce lawyer since 2003. I have great experience in courts in the areas of child support, custody and visitation, property division in complex divorces, maintenance, alimony, parental rights, separation agreements, post-nuptial and prenuptial agreements.

July 15, 2020
Harvard and MIT reach a deal with US Immigration

ICE agreed to rescind/cancel their new draconian policy of sending students home if their college had to hold classes online.  Many major US universities joined Harvard and MIT in their federal lawsuit in the district of Massachusetts when ICE announced of its plan to change student visa laws forcing foreign students who have to attend […]

July 8, 2020
Harvard and MIT sue ICE and the Trump Administration

Harvard and MIT sue ICE and the Trump Administration to undo the July 6 ‘final temporary’ draconian Student Visa rules stating that international students in colleges forced to do online classes due to COVID-19 must leave US immediately.  Even in difficult times, this country has always welcomed legal students from other countries and our American […]

July 7, 2020
A nation that doesn’t know its history is doomed

“Exactly 123 years to the day that it was dedicated, the Shaw Memorial, a monument honoring the first all-volunteer black regiment of the Union Army in the Civil War, was defaced by rioters demanding justice for African-Americans. On May 31, 1897, the monument was erected on Boston Commons to honor the 54th Massachusetts Regiment of […]

July 7, 2020
Ending DACA

Since the Supreme Court Decision of June 18, 2020 left the door open to ending DACA “if Trump only did it the right way,” guess what Trump is doing. He is ending DACA the right way. DACA is the program that legalized kids brought to US under the age of 16 without proper papers and […]

July 7, 2020
Congress must figure out a way to give funding to USCIS

On May 17, USCIS requested $1.2 billion in emergency financial aid from Congress. The agency blamed its financial woes on the COVID-19 pandemic and projected steep budget shortfalls: Applications would drop by 60 percent through September, it said. But some experts say the Trump administration’s stringent immigration policies are to blame for the agency’s current […]

July 7, 2020
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced new regulations about student visa holders

If you are an F-1 or M-1 Visa Student in US and your college just announced (just as our local Rutgers University in NJ did) that the courses will be only ONLINE, you must leave US or transfer to another college with physical classes. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced new regulations about student visa […]

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