The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) revealed new naturalization certificates this week. The certificates are given to new U.S. citizens and are used to obtain legal documents, including passports. Recently, USCIS unveiled a new green card for immigrants with permanent residency status.
The recent string of motor vehicle recalls has left car owners wondering if their car is going to be next. Unfortunately for some Nissan car owners, that fear is becoming reality as Nissan North America announced today that they are recalling over 700,000 vehicles.
While the United States economy continues to sputter, the national policy debate over how to create jobs has focused largely on the hiring practices of existing firms. Start-up companies account for a large number of the new jobs that are created each year in the country. Immigrants are nearly 30 percent more likely to start a new company than non-immigrants, according to the Small Business Administration.
For one Florida woman's family, the criminal trial of former Yankees player Jim Leyritz is the last step toward closing a tragic chapter in their life. In 2007, Levritz crashed into the woman at an intersection. She had not been wearing her seatbelt and died on the accident scene.
As National Teen Driver Safety Week comes to an end, there is good news to report. According to a national study, the number of car accidents involving teen drivers has gone down.
Protecting your child is a natural instinct. For many parents, especially first time parents, extensive preparations go into the arrival of a newborn. Parents will baby proof their homes to make it a safe environment for their growing children.
At the law offices of Kurzban Kurzban Weinger Tetzeli and Pratt P.A., we handle all types of immigration law issues, representing clients in Florida and around the world. Our lead attorney, Ira J. Kurzban, has personally litigated more than 50 immigration law matters, and has authored the definitive book on immigration law, "Kurzban's Immigration Law Sourcebook." We also have two other lawyers who are certified by the Florida State Bar Association as experts in immigration law.
At some point, everyone has wished that they had more in their brains. For one patient, that's exactly what he got. Unfortunately, what was left in his head was actually a piece of a surgical drill bit that measures at about a quarter of an inch long.
The birth of a child should be a celebration. But for some, that's not always the case. For a couple in Miami, the birth of their child was both a moment of joy and sorrow. Their son was born with extensive brain damage as a result of a preventable error by the hospital staff during the labor process.