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on March 30, 2021, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services announced that it had received enough electronic registrations during the initial H1B registration period to reach the fiscal year 2022 H-1B cap for both regular H-1B petitions and masters cap petitions.
if you are currently facing incarceration or are incarcerated and are obligated to pay child support in the State of Missouri, contact the Law Offices of Keya M. Reed LLC. We can represent and advise you on the best course of action to safeguard your rights and interest regarding child support arrears. Contact us to schedule a consultation.
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the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has reverted its policy to that which was in effect prior to October 2019 regarding certain applications being submitted with blank spaces.
in In re Humphrey, for the first time the California Supreme Court held that the uniform application of bail to the rich and poor alike violates the due process and equal protection clauses of the constitution.
appeals court held that Florida Statute 604.50 exempts nonresidential farm buildings, farm fences, and farm signs on land used for a bona fide agricultural purpose, as defined in 193.461, Florida Statutes, from any county or municipal code or fee, including building permit and zoning requirements.
the importance of posting warning notices or having equine activity participants sign a document containing the warning notice is highlighted by Florida case law interpreting Florida's Equine Activities Liability Act.