Taxes in Bankruptcy Proceeding

In Washington, you may retain any property that falls into one of the exemptions categories if you file bankruptcy. However, there are certain debts that you will not be able to discharge even in bankruptcy, among them are certain non-dischargeable taxes, as for example, back taxes are not dischargeable unless the tax meets discharge requirements.…

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BUILDER FINANCING: Pros and Cons

Nowadays, you can arrange mortgage financing for a new home construction through builder’s wholly owned mortgage subsidiaries or affiliate relationships with outside mortgage companies. You may be offered numerous compelling and advantageous sales incentives on the new house, such as upgrades or price breaks. Some of the advantages are: Fast – It may reduce the time needed…

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What is the timeline for suing for personal injuries?

If you live in Washington state and are pursuing an injury claim, this post will answer some of your questions about the process and the state laws that will affect your claim. Statute of Limitations – The statute of limitations in Washington to commence a lawsuit is 3 (three) years from the date of your accident or…

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Travel Documentation – Advance Parole

Advance Parole is the re-entry permit that one must apply for if he or she wishes to re-enter the U.S. after foreign travel. For most visa categories, one needs advance parole from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to travel internationally if he or she is an alien who wish to travel abroad but has:

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Visas, Entry, Status and Length of Stays

  A visa is an entry document that allows a visitor or immigrant to present themselves to Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at the US port of entry (POE) at airports, sea ports or land border crossings for inspection to be admitted into the US. After inspection, CBP will then stamp a date in the…

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Immigration to the U.S. through Investments

The following presentation will walk you through the aspects of investing and doing business in the U.S., as well as the legal aspects of immigration through your investments into the U.S. Temporary worker in a specialty occupation: the H-1B Visa Chilean and Singaporean Nationals: the H-1B1 Visa Australian Nationals: the E3 Visa North American Free…

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