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August 2017 Archives

Children of immigrant families and deportation fears

Deportation-related fears can run strong among many members of an immigrant family. This includes the children of such families, even if the children themselves are U.S. citizens. Undocumented kids and other non-citizen children might worry that they and their family could be deported. Children who are U.S. citizens but who have undocumented parents or other undocumented relatives may worry that a family member might get deported.

So many types of visas: How to know which one you need

If you chose Florida as the place you wish to live as an immigrant arriving from another country of origin, you are not alone. In fact, this state is a desired location even for many people who are born and raised in the United States. Its beauty, oceanic views, summer-like weather year round and many other features are positive attributes that attract hundreds of thousands of tourists and full-time residents alike.

Blowing over 0.08 doesn’t mean you can’t fight a DUI charge

Being accused of DUI can be incredibly intimidating. All sorts of fears regarding their future can come up for a person when facing such allegations. When faced with such a daunting situation, among the worries a person might have is that they might be a lock for being convicted.

What is the maximum sentence for burglary in Florida?

Burglary accusations are not a uniform thing. Rather, each particular case has its own specific details regarding what exactly the suspect is accused of and what circumstances are claimed to have surrounded the alleged crime. These details can be incredibly impactful for individuals accused of burglary here in Florida. For one, they could affect what kind of prison sentence the suspect could be facing if they are convicted of the crime they are accused of.

Florida sees a lot of international property transactions

The real estate market here in Florida draws the attention of many different people. This includes individuals from other countries. These days, Florida sees a good portion of America’s international property transactions. This can be seen in recent data from the National Association of Realtors.

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