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Fifth Circuit tells pro se foreclosure plaintiffs in 2nd appeal that their claims shall remain in federal court after removal from state court

Mr. and Mrs. Smith go to the Fifth Circuit – once more. U.S. District Court's denial of motion to remand case to state court affirmed.  OWEN M. SMITH; DANA NORWOOD SMITH, Plaintiffs-Appellants,v.BARRETT DAFFIN FRAPPIER TURNER & ENGEL, L.L.P.; STEPHEN C. PORTER; … Continue reading

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I-751 Removal of Conditions Approval for Filipina Client in New York New York

CASE: I-751 APPLICANT: Filipina LOCATION: New York, NY Our client contacted our office in March of 2017 regarding her I-751 application. She is from the Philippines and she married a U.S. citizen. Through her marriage, she obtained a 2-year conditional … Continue reading

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Facebook, Instagram Lack Transparency on Government-Ordered Content Removal Amid Unprecedented Demands to Censor User Speech, EFF's Annual Who Has Your Back Report Shows

Apple App Store, Google Play Store, YouTube Among the Best at Informing Users About the Number of, and Reasons for, Content Takedowns San Francisco, California — Facing increased demands from governments to remove user content, purportedly in the name of … Continue reading

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Despite Late Filing, I-751 Removal of Conditions Approved for Palestinian Client in Akron Ohio

CASE: I-751 APPLICANT: Palestinian LOCATION: Akron, OH Our client contacted our office in September of 2016 regarding her I-751 application. She is from Palestine and she married a U.S. citizen. Through her marriage, she obtained a 2-year conditional green card … Continue reading

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European Court Upholds Germany's Removal of Children From Religious Sect Parents

Last week in the cases of Tlapak and Others v. Germany and Wetjen and Others v. Germany, (ECHR, March 22, 2018), the European Court of Human Rights in Chamber Judgments upheld the action of a German Family Court against claims by four … Continue reading

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