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Work Permits Can Be Issued More Rapidly For A Fee

Obtaining work permits can take several months or even years to receive one. There are now ways to obtain a work permit much more quickly.
June 21, 2022/by MVWhiteJR

Tips For A Smooth H-1B Visa Application Process

The process of applying for an H-1B visa can seem daunting, but with some preparation and organization, it can be a smooth process.
June 14, 2022/by MVWhiteJR

Can My Child Refuse Visitation?

The child does not have the right to choose whether or not they have visitation until they turn 18 and are no longer legally a minor.
June 7, 2022/by MVWhiteJR

Have You Been Hit by an Uninsured Driver?

If you have been hit by an uninsured driver, you are not alone. Data reflects that Florida has more uninsured drivers than any other state.
May 31, 2022/by MVWhiteJR

Xanax Possession In Florida

If you have been charged with Xanax possession in Florida, you are facing felony charges. If convicted, a felony can have long-term effects.
May 24, 2022/by MVWhiteJR

Can I Sue For A Reckless Driving Accident?

Under Florida law, reckless driving is driving in a manner that exhibits reckless disregard for the well-being of other individuals, drivers, or property.
May 17, 2022/by MVWhiteJR

How To Register For Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has expanded the list of countries designated for Temporary Protected Status (TPS).
May 10, 2022/by MVWhiteJR

When Suing The Government Is Necessary

Let's Talk Live With Attorney Sasha Watson-Sankey. Topic: When Suing The Government Is Necessary - Immigrant Stories With Eldon Lewis
May 6, 2022/by MVWhiteJR
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