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It Looks Like a Duck, It Quacks Like a Duck, But It… Might Not Be a Duck?

Crystal Broughan is grateful that E. Paul Cuffe, our summer guest blogger and a summer law clerk at Marks Gray, P.A., co-authored this article.  Many are familiar with the duck test. It’s a popular reasoning exercise where habitual characteristics are used to identify unknown subjects: if it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck. Unfortunately, this test may not prove helpful when applying […]

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Can I Travel While My Petition Is Pending?

The answer depends on a number of factors. What type of petition have you filed? Is your current visa expired? Are you changing employers? Download this FAQs PDF to learn more.

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Giselle Carson’s journey to become a United States Citizen is featured on genwnow.com

Shareholder Giselle Carson shared her personal journey in escaping the authoritarian Castro regime to Montreal, Canada then immigrating to the United States where she settled with her husband, Jeff, and became an attorney. Her experience provides a unique skill set to counsel those immigrating to the United States. The determination and effort her clients have  while searching for greater opportunities to change their current circumstances is both personal and professionally fulfilling to her practice. Please read the entire […]

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WHOIS Using Your Website Content in Bad Faith? It’s Now Harder to Find Out

Crystal Broughan is grateful that E. Paul Cuffe, a summer law clerk at Marks Gray, P.A., co-authored this article.  You may have heard of the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and for good reason. The regulation, effective May 25, 2018, applies to European Union (EU) members as well as any company that markets goods or services to EU residents, regardless of location. On its face, the regulation’s purpose is understandable – many internet […]

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I-9 Audits Continue to Surge This Summer

Before the summer began, the number of worksite immigration-enforcement investigations had already doubled last year’s. And employers’ risk is only rising, as US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) moves forwards with a nationwide increase of Form I-9 audits this summer. Plans are also underway for a national inspection center. The center would allow for 15,000 Form I-9 audits every year. This is a significant jump from the 2,282 conducted in FY2017. The Marks Gray immigration […]

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What Is a Letter of Intent?

Co-authored by Sharon L. Palmer, ACP, FRP A Letter of Intent is a non-legal document that is quickly becoming a popular way to summarize and/or supplement your estate plan for those you leave behind. Essentially, it’s a letter from you to your personal representative/trustee and/or beneficiaries discussing your personal thoughts that resulted in your estate plan as well as any personal wishes to be considered in implementing your plan. While not a legally binding document, a letter of intent […]

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