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New forms I-539 and I-539A, and additional fees, required on March 21, 2019

By James Jensen Foreign nationals, especially spouses and dependents of nonimmigrant workers and students, are warned that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is revising the Form I-539, Application to Extend/Change Nonimmigrant Status. This form is used by nonimmigrants to … Continue reading

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Additional NCAA TBI Lawsuits Filed by Former College Athletes

Share This Item The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) faces more lawsuits, alleging it failed to protect athletes from brain injuries while they played football. Included in the new lawsuits is a proposed class action, filed by a former player … Continue reading

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Conservative attacked at UC Berkeley (Update: Additional video, Berkeley condemns attack)

So to sum this up: Fake attack gets national attention which begets real attack which gets…? Will the national media work itself into a frenzy over this too or will this be treated as local news? It would be interesting to hear … Continue reading

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Car Accident Victim Wins Maryland Personal Injury Claim, Seeks Additional Damages on Appeal

Negligent drivers may be held liable for property damage, medical expenses, and other losses that they cause to others.  In some Maryland personal injury cases, proving the extent of the injuries caused by the accident and the amount of damages is … Continue reading

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OFAC Sanctions Additional Russian Operatives For Cyber Influence Campaign

The Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control announced on Wednesday that it would be imposing a fresh crop of sanctions on Russian operatives for recent cyber-enabled interference. Specifically, OFAC sanctioned the following individuals and entities: Victor Alekseyevich Boyarkin, a … Continue reading

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