Monthly Archives: May 2012

Child Support

Child support is defined in many countries as the ongoing obligation of a non-custodial parent to a custodial parent, guardian, or caregiver to make payment for the support of children who are the result of a relationship or marriage that … Continue reading

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Lawyer Representation

No matter what type of court case you have, you have the right to be represented by an attorney. The major difference in this is that you can hire your own personal attorney or have the court appoint you an … Continue reading

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L1 Visa for Employers and Employees

There are many companies who wish to expand their business to abroad. In their attempt to spread their arms far and wide, these companies wish to get the work outsourced from U.S. Are you the one looking to expand your … Continue reading

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Know about NAFTA visa for Canadians

NAFTA, North American Free Trade Agreement is an agreement that allows Canadians and Mexicans entry into the US for work purpose. There are many visas that are related to this agreement, thus making it easy for people to enter US … Continue reading

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Same Sex Sponsorship in legal in Canada

Same sex relationships are becoming quite popular all across the world. Gay and lesbian are not given respect everywhere. It is only at some places that these relations are seen with respect and given importance in the society. One such … Continue reading

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UK Immigration Law – Entrepreneur Visa

The entrepreneur visa is a mandatory requirement according to the UK immigration Law for those who wants to establish a business in the UK. This category entices many businessmen, investors, and innovators to come to the UK and start up … Continue reading

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UK Immigration Solicitors – Immigration Control

The United Kingdom regulate its borders by imposing a set of rules called the Immigration Law or Immigration control before allowing non UK citizens. These laws are in place to set limits including their length of stay, their purpose, if … Continue reading

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