on November 8, 2018, the U.S. Department of State published the Visa Bulletin for December 2018. The Visa Bulletin for December 2018–like all other visa bulletins–contains final action dates and dates for filing for the family-sponsored and employment-based preference categories for that month.
medical bills are the number one reason for consumers in the US landing in hot water over money matters. If you've used credit cards to pay for co-pays, prescriptions, doctor’s visits, and procedures, you probably maxed out your limit shockingly fast.
service-members and their families travel on and off base all the time — to go shopping, visit friends and family, or go to local bars and restaurants. Sometimes those visits can result in criminal charges.
many people start thinking about divorce long before they ever set foot in a courthouse. A long separation can sometimes help remove the emotion from the divorce process. But when do you need an attorney?
for many Colorado couples, adoption provides an answer to the question of how they will have a family. For others, a kinship adoption can help keep the family together after something has happened to the child’s parents (or their parental rights). But the process can be intimidating.
on June 16, 2017, President Donald Trump issued a memorandum to his administration titled “Strengthening the Policy of the United States Toward Cuba.” On October 20, 2017, the memo was published in the Federal Register (FR) at 82 FR 48875.