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Blog Posts in April, 2016

  • How Will I Receive My SSDI Payments?

    || 28-Apr-2016

    If you have a disabling medical condition that makes it so you are unable to work and your condition is expected to last at least 12 months or result in death, you may want to consider applying for Social Security Disability benefits. If the Social Security Administration (SSA) approves your application for disability benefits, how will you receive you payments? Would they mail you a check each ...
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  • Do I Need a Visa to Visit the U.S.?

    || 27-Apr-2016

    Are you interested in visiting the United States for a vacation or a holiday, or to visit your family? Or, are you a permanent resident or a U.S. citizen who has friends or family abroad who want to visit you and see the sights in the process? In either case, you may be wondering, “Do foreign citizens have to obtain a visa in order to visit the United States for pleasure?” That is a ...
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  • Dallas County's DIVERT Court

    || 25-Apr-2016

    Have you, or someone that you care about recently been arrested for a drug-related crime in Dallas or anywhere else in Dallas County? If so, you may be interested in learning about Dallas County’s DIVERT Court, which stands for Diversion and Expedited Rehabilitation and Treatment. The DIVERT Court was established on May 1, 1998 and was designed to handle cases involving drug-addicted ...
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  • SSDI and Returning to Work

    || 21-Apr-2016

    If you are interested in applying for Social Security Disability benefits, you may be curious about how the Social Security Administration (SSA) handles people when their conditions improve, and when they want to return to work. If you’re concerned about returning to work, and possibly realizing that you’re not physically ready or capable, fortunately the SSA understands this common ...
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  • Supreme Court Hears Big Immigration Case

    || 20-Apr-2016

    On Monday, April 18, the Supreme Court heard arguments in the United States v. Texas, the case that centers on protecting undocumented immigrants. Texas, along with a collection of other states, is taking the lead in challenging President Obama’s plan to protect millions of undocumented immigrants and shield them from deportation. Obama’s immigration plan, announced in 2014, was ...
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  • Family Violence in Texas

    || 18-Apr-2016

    There is no doubt that relationships and families can be complicated. From arguments between spouses to arguing with teenagers over chores, homework, curfews, social media, and overuse of devices, sometimes things get heated and the neighbors call 911. If someone in your household, or perhaps a neighbor called the police during one of these family disputes and you were arrested for family ...
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  • Connect With The Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC

    || 14-Apr-2016

    The Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC is a full-service law firm with offices in both Plano and Fort Worth, Texas. Offering a wide array of legal services, there is no case too complex for them to handle. Having handled thousands of cases successfully and recognized as an outstanding firm, they handle a variety of cases, including: Criminal Defense Immigration Social Security Disability With 30+ years of ...
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  • SSDI Benefits for Disabled Adult Children

    || 14-Apr-2016

    Do you have a disabled child under the age of 18? If so, the Social Security Administration is not concerned about your child’s disability when the agency determines whether he or she qualifies for Social Security Disability benefits as your dependent. Generally, a child’s benefits stop once they turn 18, unless he or she is attending elementary or high school full-time. In order for ...
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  • Financially Sponsoring a Relative for Immigration

    || 13-Apr-2016

    Do you have a close relative in another country who you wish to have join you in the United States? If so, that is wonderful news. Under U.S. immigration law, in order for a person to immigrate to the U.S. based on a relative petition, he or she is required to have a “financial sponsor,” which may be you. If you desire to financially sponsor your family member’s immigration, you ...
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  • State vs. Federal Offenses

    || 11-Apr-2016

    In the United States, we have state offenses and federal offenses. What is the difference between the two? In the U.S., federal laws are created by Congress to safeguard the citizens of the United States, and state laws are created by state legislatures. Some criminal acts are strictly considered “federal” offenses, which means they are only prosecuted in Federal District Court. On the ...
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  • SSI Benefits for Immigrants

    || 6-Apr-2016

    Are you an immigrant who is a senior citizen or disabled? If you have little to no income to live on, you may be wondering if there are any government programs that can help you pay for your basic living expenses. If you meet the requirements, you may be eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI). What is SSI? It is a federal program that is not funded by Social Security taxes. Instead, it is ...
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  • Who Is At Fault In a Rear-End Accident?

    || 5-Apr-2016

    There are many different types of car accidents; there are T-bone crashes (side-impact collisions), head-on collisions, rollovers, and rear-end accidents. The possibilities are endless. One of the most common types of collisions is the rear-end crash. If you’re like most people, you’ve probably heard that the driver in the rear is automatically “at-fault” for the accident, ...
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  • What Are the Penalties for Intoxication Assault?

    || 4-Apr-2016

    If you were involved in an alcohol-related accident, you are not alone. According to the Texas Department of Transportation, someone is injured or killed in a DWI crash about every 20 minutes in the Lone Star State. Under Texas law, it’s unlawful to drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of.08% or more. In addition to alcohol, you can be arrested for DWI if you are impaired by ...
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