Most Common Bankruptcy Questions

Most Common Bankruptcy Questions

Bankruptcy
Most Americans struggle with some level of debt, especially credit card debt. While most people feel hopeless as they struggle to keep up with interest through minimum payments each month, there is another solution: bankruptcy. Bankruptcy has largely been misunderstood and can actually be the most viable solution for many people’s financial problems. Below are some of the most common questions we get about bankruptcy at John K. Turner Law. Q: What is bankruptcy? A: Bankruptcy is a legal option for people struggling to pay their bills. Bankruptcy proceedings take place in federal court and allow people to get a fresh start. Filing for bankruptcy will also stop creditors from calling you to collect on debts, until you get your financial situation sorted out in your case. Q: Who can…
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3 of the Most Common Ways to Obtain a Green Card in the U.S.

3 of the Most Common Ways to Obtain a Green Card in the U.S.

Naturalization and Citizenship
A Green Card allows immigrants to live and work permanently in the U.S. Although the process for obtaining a Green Card is often complex, there are several avenues available for people who wish to become legal residents in the U.S. One of the keys to successfully obtaining naturalization or citizenship in the U.S. is working with an experienced Florida immigration attorney. For reference, we have created a list of 3 of the most common ways to obtain a Green Card in the U.S. Family Based Immigration There are many cases where a person is eligible to receive a Green Card, based on whether a member of his/her family is a U.S. citizen. Some examples include: • A foreign national who is married to a U.S. citizen • A recent widow…
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