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601 Pennsylvania Ave., Ste. 900 South Washington, DC 20004

Archives for October, 2013


I’ve done a number of initial consultations with potential clients seeking an assessment of whether or not they have a claim for discrimination against their current or former employer under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. If it is determined that enough initial evidence does exist to support a claim for discrimination, many do not understand the process required to file such a charge. This process involves filing an initial charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and obtaining a right to sue letter (RTS) from the EEOC before a lawsuit can commence. This article explains the process of filing a charge of discrimination under Title VII and what to expect during this process. Read More

One of the most common ways to acquire a Permanent Resident Card (Green Card) is by marriage. Although, many applicants have encountered issues with the process of acquiring a marriage based Green Card. One of the most common issues is the interview which is the final hurdle before the Green Card is issued. Many do not know what to expect during the interview process which typically occurs within 6 months of filing the application. This often leads to heading into the interview unprepared to properly answer the questions asked by the officer. Many applicants also do not understand that the purpose of the interview is to give the government the opportunity to test the validity of the marriage and their supporting documents. It is therefore of paramount importance that the applicant knows what to expect heading into the interview and be prepared.  Read More

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