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Government Preparing to Intercept Drones

The Trump administration is introducing legislation that would allow the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice to intercept drones that pose a threat “to the safety or security of a covered facility or asset.”  The legislation is … Continue reading

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US Government Publishing Office Digitizes Entire Collection of Federal Register

The Government Publishing Office (GPO), the official publisher of the U.S. government, has completed the digitization of all issues of the Federal Register going back to the initial issue in 1936.The Federal Register is the official daily publication for rules, … Continue reading

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Understanding the Government Agencies Involved in Michigan Divorces

Divorcing couples with minor children will quickly become familiar with multiple government agencies, including: The Family Division of the circuit court in the county where the divorce is filed; The Friend of the Court (FOC) office in that county; and … Continue reading

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J2 IGA (Over 21) Waiver of Two-Year Foreign Residency Requirement, Interested Government Agency Approval for Chinese Client in New York

CASE: J-2 Waiver of Two-Year Foreign Residency Requirement / Over 21-year-old dependent child NATIONALITY: Chinese LOCATION: New York, NY Our client is a citizen of China who came to the U.S. on a J-2 Visa in January 1998.  She came … Continue reading

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U.S. Government Ordered To Allow Abortion Access To Detained Immigrant Teens

From The Washington Post: A federal judge issued a nationwide order temporarily preventing the government from blocking access to abortion services and counseling for teens detained in immigration custody, saying current administration policy and practices probably are unconstitutional. The order… … Continue reading

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