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The most absurd things ever to happen to immigration lawyers

In immigration law, at least, it appears wave function collapse only occurs when the decision is observed by a judge.

Clearly, the judge thought he had uncovered the most brazen plan for obtaining an adjournment to ever grace the hallowed halls of the First-tier Tribunal.

Companionship, trust and mutual respect are all well and good but it’s not a genuine and subsisting relationship unless you buy her a Peloton bike for Christmas.

Home Office caseworkers are not known for their theological scholarship but this one still takes the Communion wafer.

For my own peace of mind, I have to assume this decision was made by someone who has never eaten chicken, and not someone who eats their chicken neat.

 

Specialist Immigration advice for individuals and businesses around the world

Please keep an eye on regular news updates for information on how the situation is disrupting usual immigration applications and the important things to be aware of. The main thing to avoid is overstaying your current permission to be in the as doing so could harm future immigration applications.

In the current climate of civil penalties and even custodial sentences, it is essential that employers understand the pitfalls to avoid when employing non EEA workers

can advise on:

Checking your employees’ identity documents to ensure that they are legally able to work for you and to avoid the imposition of a civil penalty

Dealing with the imposition of a civil penalty ( which can be as high as $20000 per illegal worker)

Dealing with undocumented Commonwealth Citizens in light of the recent revelations about the “Windrush Generation”

Sponsoring skilled workers from abroad- applying for a sponsorship licence, assigning certificates of sponsorship and the duties of a licensed sponsor

Advising your EEA national employees on their possible options in the light of concerns about Brexit

LANDLORDS

Civil penalties and custodial sentences can now be imposed on landlords and their agents if property is rented to tenants who are not entitled to rent can advise landlords and property agents on how to check their tenants’ documents, how to proceed if a tenant is no longer permitted to rent in and how to deal with undocumented Commonwealth Citizens in light of the recent revelations about the “Windrush Generation”.

SCHOOLS & COLLEGES

can advise schools as employers but also as the sponsors of overseas students under Tier 4 of the Points Based System.

 

How To Appeal Against Deportation and Deportation Orders

Where the Secretary of State or an immigration officer is considering deportation or removal of a person who claims that their deportation or removal from would be a breach of the right to respect for private and family life under Article 8 of the Human Rights Convention, Part 13 of the Rules will apply.

Deportation Rules

Part 13 of the Immigration Rules state that deportation may be considered where the Secretary of State deems the person’s deportation to be conducive to the public good

Deportation order

Where the person is the spouse, or civil partner or child under 18 of a person ordered to be deported, and where a court recommends deportation in the case of a person over the age of 17 who has been convicted of an offence punishable with imprisonment, a deportation order can be challenged under Article 8 ECHR (the right to private and family life).

Where there is automatic deportation as a result of a prison sentence of 4 years or more, deportation can only be challenged where there are very compelling circumstances. If the person being deported is seriously ill, this may be very compelling.

If you have a deportation order made against you as a result of a prison sentence of one year or more, but less than 4 years, and you have a parental relationship with a child under 18 who is a British citizen or has lived in

 

TACKLE THE TOUGHEST DEPORTATION PROBLEMS

  • Is your career — or your family’s happiness — in danger because of your immigration status?
  • Have you or a family member received a deportation or removal notice that threatens the life you’ve built in the United States?
  • Are you an employer who needs to bring more workers into the U.S. — or to protect a key contributor whose visa has expired?

The Law Group team offers a full range of immigration law services, representing clients nationwide before the U.S. Department of Homeland Security; overseas before the U.S. Department of State; and at all levels of the federal court system. happy to help with routine matters, such as visa processing, but greatest strength is serving clients with high-stakes deportation cases that require special knowledge.

A sub-specialty: Cases that need “saving” after things have gone wrong. Some of clients are far into removal proceedings by the time they call us — perhaps because they’ve relied on the wrong immigration lawyer, or because they’ve tried to represent themselves.

is a seasoned removal defense attorney. He is known for pushing deportation cases past bureaucratic obstacles and, if needed, into federal courts, where he has won several favorable precedents. has a particular interest in the immigration consequences of criminal arrests and convictions. A member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), he also serves as chair of the Federal Bar Association’s Professional Ethics Committee and holds a Top Secret security clearance.

challenged the validity of an immigration regulation that barred arriving aliens from seeking permanent resident status if they’ve already been placed in removal proceedings — as is technically the case with millions of foreign nationals who are routinely “paroled” into the United States. A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit agreed that the regulation “is not based on a permissible construction of the governing statute,” invalidating it for cases brought in that jurisdiction.

was perhaps even more far-reaching. After U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) failed to act in a timely manner on clients’ applications for naturalization, advised them to pursue their case in a federal court instead, as the law allows. While the lawsuit was pending, however, USCIS tried to deny clients’ previous applications — an action for which claimed the agency no longer had authority.

 

Points-Based and Family Immigration

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Choose The Right Dog Bite Lawyer For Your Dog

Dog Bite Injuries And Dog Bite Lawyers

What do you need to know about dog bite laws in?

Dog bite injury laws are governed under the “potentially dangerous dog” guidelines. A dog owner may be held liable for a dog bite injury if their dog meets any of the following criteria:

  • The dog physically harmed someone.
  • The dog was menacing to others while outside the owner’s property.
  • The dog injured or killed another pet while outside of the owner’s property.

If a dog was provoked it might not be labeled as a “potentially dangerous dog,” and the owner may escape liability. The owner may try to prove that someone provoked their dog, or trespassed on their property to avoid paying fair compensation.

 

TYPES OF DOG BITE LAWSUITS

There are a few different types of dog bite lawsuits and determining which general category your claim falls under is an important first step.

AGGRESSIVE INCIDENTS

This category encompasses what most people think of when they think of a dog attack—a dog breaks loose from a leash and aggressively bites the victim. Cases may differ based on the type of dog, as some insurance policies will exclude coverage for breeds considered to be dangerous, like Pit Bulls or Rottweilers.

NON-AGGRESSIVE INCIDENTS

Dogs can bite without displaying any aggression at all. If not properly trained, a dog may nip when it gets excited, and depending on the breed, these bites may be enough to cause injury.

DOG ON DOG AGGRESSION

A dog acting aggressively can cause injuries to the people who happen to be nearby, as well as to the dog itself. The law may cover pain and suffering for humans, but it will not cover it for dogs.

 

Child Dog Bite Injury Lawyer

Though well-trained and cared-for dogs may provide families with years of love and enjoyment, poorly-trained or neglected dogs may pose significant threats to not only the families who own them but to anyone with whom such dogs come into contact. More than 4 million US citizens are bitten by dogs every year, resulting in 368,000 emergency-room visits that could have been made unnecessary if dog-owners had provided their pets with adequate training and care.

Children are more vulnerable to dog-bite injuries than adults, with children under the age of 9 (and boys, in particular) constituting the group with the highest risk for major dog-bite injuries. Children are especially vulnerable because

they are less likely to know how to behave around dogs

children’s loud and unpredictable behavior can put dogs on edge

any dog-bites that are inflicted on a child will cover a relatively large percentage of the child’s body due to the child’s smaller size.

Children’s dog-bite injury attorney has extensive experience with cases involving dog-bite injuries suffered by children and can assist you in obtaining the compensation to which you are entitled. If your child has been injured by an uncontrolled or aggressive dog, contact attorney for advice regarding your legal options.

 

A Dog Bite Attorney with The Advocates Can Help You

Nine out of ten times, a dog bite injury is frequently followed by expensive hospital visits. Dog bite-related injuries can result in nerve damage, permanent disfigurement, and other problematic traumas. Statistics show that 1 out of every 3 dog bites becomes infected. More than 28,000 people in the U.S. underwent reconstructive surgery in 2015 because of dog attack injuries. A dog attack is always sudden and unexpected and can cause the troublesome medical bills to pile up. A dog bite should be covered by the owner’s homeowner insurance. Generally, homeowner insurance policies include liability if their dog attacks someone. Nevertheless, each policy is different and should be examined carefully.

Because insurance companies are trying to make a profit, they are sometimes slow to pay out claims. Insurance companies also benefit from the fact that victims do not normally know their rights. A personal injury lawyer can help in maneuvering unknown territory. They can help ensure that you receive fair compensation to help offset the high costs associated with a dog attack.

What Is My Dog Bite Injury Case Worth?

If you or someone you love has been the victim of a dog bite injury and is still unsure about hiring a personal injury attorney, the Advocates Law will assess your case for free. The Advocates can help you determine if hiring an attorney is the best solution. Because every case is different, determining a definitive level of fair compensation can be challenging.  The value of your case depends largely on the particular details involved.  Each case is considered individually and many factors are taken into account including a person’s suffering, pain, etc.

 

What if you or your child is bitten by a dog?

Needless to say, if it’s a savage bite and you’re bleeding profusely, call 911. Get medical treatment right away. Don’t take any chances.

Otherwise, here are some tips that may help after a less immediately severe dog attack:

  1. Get to a safe place. Get out of attack range! If you’re inside, go outdoors. If you’re outside, go in, and shut the door. Put a barrier between your body and the dog, even if it seems to have calmed down.
  2. Wash the wound thoroughly. Soap and water should work, but hydrogen peroxide or isopropyl alcohol can help sanitize the area. Put a clean bandage on and secure it.
  3. Apply pressure to a bleeding wound. If you rinse, and the wound still bleeds, apply pressure until it stops. If it doesn’t, or you feel sick, call 911 right away.
  4. Visit your doctor. As soon as possible, see your doctor to have the wound examined. You’ll need a blood test to determine if the dog has rabies. Don’t rely on whether the dog had a rabies vaccine. You could be susceptible to an infection, fever, tetanus, rabies, or other complications. You may have suffered nerve or tissue damage that needs to be treated, and you’ll want to see if you can minimize scarring.
  5. Report the bite. Tell Animal Control and the Gloucester County Health Department what happened. They need to put the dog in quarantine to make sure it doesn’t have rabies. If you get rabies, you have a short window of time to get treated, or the disease can be fatal.