Prove marriage authenticity at an immigration interview
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by aprilfaxonvertumarketing
1w ago
When a marriage takes place between a U.S. citizen and a person who has emigrated from another country of origin to Florida, challenges can arise as the newly married couple adapts to their new lifestyle. If the immigrant spouse has a language barrier, for instance, communication with each other, as well as friends and family, may be difficult. Most couples expect these day-to-day issues, however, and look forward to growing together and helping each other overcome obstacles. Some challenges are more serious than others, such as if immigration officials send a notice to appear for a Stokes int ..read more
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Elementary school and a neighbor have a real estate dispute
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by aprilfaxonvertumarketing
3w ago
A Florida woman who lives with her husband, a disabled veteran of the U.S. military, is upset over a dispute she’s been having with officials from an elementary school that is next to her home. The central focus of the dispute is a property line and a row of trees. The woman says she has spent more than $10,000 maintaining the trees. She put the trees there to stop school students from throwing things into her yard.   Trouble arose when the school hired a surveyor in preparation for a construction project slated for its property. A new property line was reportedly marked. This sparke ..read more
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Immigrants at a detention facility speak out
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by aprilfaxonvertumarketing
1M ago
In Florida and surrounding states, thousands of people have been detained as they await adjudication of their cases. These detainees have all emigrated from other countries of origin. A group being housed in a bordering state has rallied their voices together to implore the federal government to reform the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), particularly regarding its practices and policies in immigration detention centers throughout the country. The outcry comes from an immigration detention center in Georgia. A couple hundred detainees have come forward to talk about inhumane con ..read more
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Immigration center denies entrance to investigators
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by aprilfaxonvertumarketing
1M ago
In Florida and throughout the country, many individuals have filed complaints regarding mistreatment in detention centers. Such complaints often cite issues like inhumane living conditions, denied medical care, neglected hygiene needs and substandard food quality. Inspection officials recently visited an immigration detention center in another state but were denied entry by the guards. The inspectors were from the state’s health and workplace department. They attempted access to the facility under U.S. House Bill 1470. Residents at this facility have engaged in numerous protests in recent year ..read more
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Preparing to develop through condominium bylaws
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by aprilfaxonvertumarketing
2M ago
The condominium lifestyle may be an appealing concept for many, and the need for similar living arrangements may be a constant demand in various areas of Florida. While there may be a variety of benefits involved with pursuing similar real estate endeavors, you might not be certain of how best to protect your interests in the process.  Part of preparing to safeguard the interest of a condo association could involve taking steps to cultivate a strong foundation for your enterprise. Developing effective condominium bylaws may be just one example of a way to achieve such goals, and being tho ..read more
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When real estate law and criminal law intersect
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by aprilfaxonvertumarketing
3M ago
A woman’s son recently told Florida investigators about an incident that took place between his mother and her neighbor. It was reportedly not the first time the two women had argued. Real estate law, and more specifically, the property line between the two women’s homes, is the central focus of their dispute. The property line dispute sparked a criminal investigation when police were called to the scene and discovered that one of the women was injured. The woman’s son told police that her neighbor had pushed her, then struck her with a hammer as the two argued over a property line. The other ..read more
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Property owner facing criminal charges after HOA dispute
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by aprilfaxonvertumarketing
3M ago
A man who lives in another state maintains a backyard apiary (beehives) as a hobby. This man believes he has a right to do so. Several others disagree, however, including members of the HOA that governs community property where the man lives. An HOA dispute has led to a lawsuit filed by the county and criminal charges pursued against the homeowner. The HOA dispute involved multiple issues, one of which was prompted by the homeowner’s debris and sapling removal and other landscaping improvements he made in the area behind his home. This area has a creek running through it, which is owned by the ..read more
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What might affect the validity of a construction contract?
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by aprilfaxonvertumarketing
4M ago
Creating a thorough contract can be one of the most integral aspects of preparing to initiate operations on any type of construction project. This agreement can include terms that govern many aspects of the project, and these terms may also act to protect the interests of your company and all other parties involved. Should another party fail to uphold its end of the arrangement, the contract may also depict your options and the next steps to take to resolve the matter. However, there may be certain types of issues that could affect the validity of the agreement or cause the contract to become ..read more
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Immigration at a detention facility speak out
Cuevas, Garcia & Torres Blog
by aprilfaxonvertumarketing
4M ago
In Florida and surrounding states, thousands of people have been detained as they await adjudication of their cases. These detainees have all emigrated from other countries of origin. A group being housed in a bordering state has rallied their voices together to implore the federal government to reform the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), particularly regarding its practices and policies in immigration detention centers throughout the country. The outcry comes from an immigration detention center in Georgia. A couple hundred detainees have come forward to talk about inhumane con ..read more
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Understanding Florida escrow laws can avoid real estate disputes
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by aprilfaxonvertumarketing
4M ago
The term “immediately” means “within three business days” regarding the depositing of escrow funds in Florida. A broker must deposit escrow funds into an insured escrow or trust account at a bank, savings and loan association, trust company, credit union or title company. Per Florida Administrative Codes, at least one broker must sign off on an escrow account.   Property or money held in escrow means that a third party is overseeing the holding of the funds or property on behalf of transacting parties, which, in real estate, are typically the buyer and seller. If a brokerage is maint ..read more
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