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May 27, 2020
MEDICAID PLANNING

People with low assets can get free medical insurance and free nursing home care through the state and federal Medicaid programs. Medicaid may even pay for part of your Medicare premiums. Even if you have some assets and income, you may be able to set up Medicaid eligibility in the future. Start planning now! Medicaid […]


May 27, 2020
WILLS & TRUSTS

Every person who owns any property, has young children or has debts (loans, credit card bills) must have a Will and Last Testament for the unfortunate event of major illness or death. This is especially the case for divorced parents of young children. In situations where you have people depending on you in your life, […]


February 25, 2020
Social Benefits and Public Charge

On Feb. 24, 2020, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security started applying the new Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds final rule.  This means that DHS will now deny any applications for immigrant visas or adjustment of status where the government thinks the new immigrant is at risk to go on public benefits upon entry.


February 25, 2020
BUSINESS, CONTRACTS & EMPLOYMENT

Do you have a business anywhere in New York or New Jersey or are you interested in establishing a new business, and need advice and guidance on the following?


February 24, 2020
VAWA Immigration – Victims of Violence, U-Visa and T-Visa

VAWA Immigration Do you have a VAWA Immigration Problem? Call (718) 769-6352   24/7 It will only take a few minutes on the phone to know you found the right firm Female owned – Multi lingual We do better because we care more VAWA Victims of Domestic Violence U-VISA Victims and Witness of Crime T-VISA […]




February 23, 2020
T-visa victims of human trafficking

T-visas are non immigrant (temporary) visas valid up to 4 years and are issued to victims of human trafficking who help law enforcement in investigating and prosecuting human trafficking.


February 23, 2020
U-visa victims and witnesses of crime

U-visa is a nonimmigrant visa for victims of violent crimes who have suffered mental or physical abuse and are helpful to law enforcement or government officials in the investigation or prosecution of criminal activity.


February 23, 2020
VAWA Victims of domestic violence

US Congress passed a special law called the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA for short) with provisions for immigration applicants to protect them from abuse and allow them the opportunity to receive their immigration status without their abusive US Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident spouse.


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