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Debunking the myth: Filing for bankruptcy is nearly impossible after 2005

In 2005, the congress passed some very stringent laws regarding bankruptcy. The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (BAPCPA) also known as the new bankruptcy law came with several changes in the American Bankruptcy code. Essentially, debtors filing for either consumer or business bankruptcy under chapter 7…

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Adjusting your Status from F-1 to H-1B

So you probably know a little on how the system works when you are trying to get an H-1B and are currently on an F-1 status. The first step (which most of you are very familiar with) is getting an Optional Practical Training (OPT). Your OPT gives you a year…

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APPLYING FOR AN H-1B

  The H-1B visa application is extremely complex and time consuming and the additional requirement of the Labor Condition Application (LCA) does not make it an easier. And that is why we are here to help!   What is H-1B? H-1B program is used only to employ foreign workers in…

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3 Tips to Avoid Being Scammed by ‘Immigration Consultants’

Immigration is a complicated process. Regardless of whether you want to move to the US to study, work or to settle down, the possibility of making mistakes during immigration is very high. As such, you might consider hiring an immigration consultant but you must be cautious about who you choose….

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Artist Visas For Musicians

Plato once said “Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything” and he couldn’t be more correct. So if you are a musician, wanting to share your love of music and desiring to pursue a career in the United…

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Abusive Spouses, VAWA, and Your Greencard

On the one hand you want to continue to legally stay in the U.S. since you have already invested so much time and effort in building a career and support network in this country; while on the other hand, you have an abusive spouse and you realize that divorcing him/her…

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