Blog Posts in 2015

Jamie Gorton Contributes to New Hampshire Bar News

Attorney Jamie Gorton recently wrote and published an article titled, “ Family Law : Accidental Bigamy, Comity, and Foreign Divorces,” in the November issue of New Hampshire Bar News. The ...
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Bill Seeks to Change Legal Terminology for Noncitizens

In October, Congressman Joaquin Castro of Texas proposed a bill called the Correcting Hurtful and Alienating Names in Government Expression (CHANGE) Act, which intends to remove the term ...
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New green card rules: early application for thousands

The changes announced on the October 2015 Visa Bulletin are ground-shaking. It is now possible to apply for a green card before your priority date becomes current. (function() { var _fbq = window._fbq ...
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Top 3 Things to Know about TPS for Nepal

Top 3 Things to Know about TPS for Nepal On June 24, 2015 the Department of Homeland Security started accepting applications for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for people from Nepal. The program ...
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TPS now available for Nepal

Immigration Protection Granted to Nepalese Temporary Protected Status and work authorization now available Nepali nationals inside the United States may now apply for protection from deportation and ...
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