Monthly Archives: April, 2021

  1. Collection Under Texas Turnover Statute

    When a creditor has a judgment against a debtor and wants to collect on that judgment, one of the tools that Texas law provides to aid the creditor is the Texas turnover statute, located in Chapter 31 of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code.  Under the provisions of Chapter 31, a judgment creditor is…

  2. Naturalization- The Final Step In The Immigration Process

    Naturalization is the final step in the immigration process and provides individuals with a number of benefits over and above being a lawful permanent resident (LPR). Typically, an individual will need to be an LPR for five years before applying for citizenship.  However, for those who married a US Citizen and have been living with…

  3. Life after the expiration of Proclamation 10052

    Despite a new administration no action was ever taken by President Biden to revoke Proclamation 10052. This Trump Proclamation suspended entry of certain nonimmigrants in the US and including those on H-1B, H-2B, J and L1s and was extended by Trump by Proclamation 10131 until March 31, 2021. However, the Department of State (DOS) has…

  4. USCIS Announces That F-1 Students Can File OPT And STEM OPT Applications Online

    On April 12, 2021 USCIS announced that F-1 students can file OPT and STEM OPT applications online using form I-765. This applies to the following applications: Pre-completion OPT; Post completion OPT; and 24- month extension of OPT known as STEM OPT. USCIS has also warned that anyone else that attempts to file I-765 online that…

  5. Day 1 CPT Revisited

    2 years ago I wrote an article on the problems of taking Day 1 CPT and thought it was time to revisit this issue. Click here to see my previous article. At the time of writing my previous article, USCIS was taking a very firm stand on Day 1 CPT cases.  In fact, students applying…

  6. Option Fee Now Included in Mobile Deposit

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