Owners and operators of retail grocery or convenience stores may want to consider applying for a license for approval into the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Such a license allows the business to become a licensed retailer and participate in SNAP by selling eligible food goods to participating individuals. Colloquially, the benefits an individual receives from SNAP are known as “food stamps.”
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Georgia to issue Driver's License to young immigrants who are granted Deferred Action.
Federal Court issued decisions on Georgia's Anti-Immigration Law, HB 87
The State of Arizona declines to issue temporary Driver's License and other state benefits to young immigrants granted Deferred Action.
The State of Nebraska declines to issue temporary Driver's License and other state benefits to young immigrants granted Deferred Action.
US Embassy in India released checklist to help determine whether nonimmigrant visa in-person interview can be waived.
USCIS reaches 10,000 U visa approved in the fiscal year 2012
Today, August 3, 2012, the U.S. Citizenships and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that it would accept filing of deferred actions for childhood arrivals starting on August 15, 2012. The USCIS finally implemented the details for deferred action after President Obama issued the executive order on June 15, 2012!
Contact us today to determine whether or not you qualify for this program, and to begin the process to have your applications ready for submission on August 15, 2012.
Atlanta, GA – The law firm Lucy Lu & Associates announced that Li Kan Wang has joined the Atlanta Office as an Of Counsel in the Intellectual Property practice. He previously worked at Carlton Field, Arnall Golden Gregory, Bockhop & Reich, Kilpatrick Stockton and Womble Carlyle Sandridge and Rice. Mr. Wang is a registered patent attorney with experience in patent prosecution of information technology, electrical and mechanical arts. He has drafted and prosecuted patent applications in the area of telecommunications, network security, RFID, electronic power management, software systems, chemical processing, automotive parts, medical devices, and gaming methods. Besides drafting patent applications, Mr. Wang also provides clients counseling on intellectual property matters, such as analyzing patents, providing opinion letters, and design around ideas. In addition to patents, he also helps clients to register their trademarks and police the trademarks against unauthorized usage.