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EB-5 Investor Green Card backlog for China in 2014?

The U.S. Department of State has indicated that if the demand for EB-5 visas continues at its current pace, a cut-off date may need to be established for China late in FY 2014. China currently accounts for about 80% of the total number of EB-5 visas being used. (The Department of State made the same […]

Is Immigration Reform Still Possible with 2014 Being an Election Year?

Is Immigration Reform Still Possible in an Election Year? House Speaker John Boehner and Majority Leader Eric Cantor both have indicated that they would like to see the US immigration laws rewritten in 2014. But with Congressional elections scheduled for November, is it even possible that such a re-write would pass the House? Some writers […]

Same Sex Marriage Cases at Columbus, OH immigration office

Since July 2013, USCIS has been processing same-sex marriage cases. Two weeks ago, the first same-sex marriage case that I have handled was approved by the Columbus, Ohio USCIS office. I was impressed with the local offices handling of the case. Actually, the case was handled just like all other marriage cases. The interview questions […]

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Employment and bankruptcy law matters are often sensitive issues. If you’ve been discriminated against at work or you’re facing overwhelming debt, you need a compassionate attorney who can efficiently resolve your legal obstacle. At Adams & Liming, LLC, LLC, we have extensive experience handling employment and bankruptcy law issues in Columbus, OH. We strive to […]

Can my employer fire me while I’m off work due to a work-related injury?

Today I received a call from a young lady referred to us by a colleague who practices workers compensation law.   She was fired from her job while she was on temporary total disability (TTD) and wanted to know if her employer was allowed to do that? The answer:  It depends.    Being on leave due to […]

Employment Non Discrimination Act (ENDA)

On November 7, 2013 the U.S. Senate passed the Employment Non Discrimination Act (ENDA).  ENDA would amend Title VII of the Federal Civil Rights Act to include sexual orientation and related issues in the definition of protected classes thereby  protecting those individuals from workplace discrimination.  ENDA will not receive a vote in the House of […]


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