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Social Media Questions for Visa Applicants

U.S. Department of State recently proposed new questions that would require visa applicants to disclose all social media identities used in the last five years. They may also ask about international travels and request a five-year history of applicants’ phone numbers and email addresses. Exemptions will be made for diplomatic and official visas. If you will be applying for a visa, be aware that you may need to gather this additional information to prepare for […]

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Document Retention – A Refresher

It’s now May, and you’re five months into your New Year’s resolution to get your estate in order. You’re feeling pretty good because checklist looks something like this: ☒ Discuss estate planning options with attorney. ☒ Execute your last will and testament, revocable trust, and other estate planning documents. ☒ Update/change ownership on your accounts. ☒ Update beneficiary designations. ☒ Complete a vital information workbook, including assets/debts to assist your family in administering your estate. […]

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Can I Copy and Distribute an Article I Was Featured In?

If you or your company have been featured in an article, you probably want to share it with the world. That’s understandable. But you must be careful how you do it. You do not automatically have the right to make copies and distribute an article just because you were featured or quoted in it. That is true even if the entire article is about you. You still need to get permission from the author or […]

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ALERT: Undeliverable Immigration Documents Destroyed After 60 Days

If you have recently moved or plan to move, this is important news! Unless you provide USCIS with the correct address, any Permanent Resident Card, Employment Authorization Card, or Travel Document that are returned as undeliverable by the U.S. Postal Service will be destroyed after 60 days. Don’t risk it! Report your change of address within 10 days of your move. To submit an address change notification, it is best if you notify USCIS electronically. […]

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Happy World Intellectual Property Day!

World Intellectual Property Day is celebrated today! The event was established to highlight how intellectual property rights encourage and support creativity and innovation. This year, the theme is “Powering Change: Women in Innovation and Creativity,” celebrating the contributions of women around the world who are driving change and shaping the future. So, it feels appropriate that Marks Gray IP lawyer Crystal Broughan just had dinner with the talented women on the IP Litigation Committee at the […]

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Giselle Carson Finishes Her 5th Boston Marathon

Here is Marks Gray immigration attorney Giselle Carson getting ready to dig deep at her 5th Boston Marathon! “The commitment, determination, and grit to train and complete the Boston Marathon carries over into my professional life and gives me the energy and determination to practice business immigration law,” says Giselle. Congrats, Giselle!

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