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president Donald Trump has proposed a refugee ceiling of 18,000 for fiscal year 2020, which is significantly lower than in previous years. The Acting Director of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Ken Cuccinelli, released a statement on the refugee ceiling.
new developments for divorced parents who want to move to other locations within the State of New Jersey, or the non-custodial parents who oppose the move. The impact of an intra-state move on parenting time.
on September 6, 2019, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) proposed a new rule to reform the process for adjudicating applications for employment authorization by those with pending asylum applications.
the influx of new homeowners into historic urban neighborhoods has created a resurgence of use of the original alleyway system. Use rights have therefore become a hot-button issue among the new "urban pioneers", Unfortunately, as the law on the matter remains convoluted, resolution of individual situations remains fact dependent.
david T. Buckingham, Pitfalls for the Unwary Practitioner: Signed, Sealed and Delivered – Still the Law in North Carolina, Real Property, Vol. 15, No. 3, April, 1994, Newsletter of the Real Property Section of the North Carolina Bar Association
david T. Buckingham, The Problem of Landlocked Parcels and Easements by Necessity, The Property Line, Vol. 37, No. 2, March 2016, Newsletter of the Real Property Section of the North Carolina Bar Association
david T. Buckingham, The Problem of Landlocked Parcels – Round II; Statutory Cartways under N.C.G.S Sections 136-68 to 136-70, The Property Line, Vol. 37, No. 3, June 2016, Newsletter of the Real Property Section of the North Carolina Bar Association
on September 4, 2019, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published a 60-day notice and request for comments on a proposal to extend social media vetting policies to additional immigration applications.