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How to Work in the United States if You’re Not a Citizen
How to Work in the United States if You’re Not a Citizen

The United States is the land of opportunity. It’s the country where immigrants can come and realize the “American Dream.” It’s also a place that non-U.S. citizens can come to and work for a temporary period of time. If you’re a non-U.S. citizen and you’re interested in ...

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Blog posts in February, 2020

  • Railroad Crossing Safety in Texas

    “Due to Texas’ strategic location, large size, and sources of traffic it, of course, did not take long for other railroads to begin tapping and ...

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  • Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

    Much like rollover accidents, motorcycle crashes are complex events that usually combine several factors, which involve the motorcycle, the rider, and ...

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  • What You Need to Know About Repeat DWI Offenders

    According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), in 1992, more people were arrested for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in the ...

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  • SSDI: What Are the ‘Compassionate Allowances’?

    Have you recently become disabled and the medical condition is so severe that you cannot work? If your answer is “yes,” it’s worth it for you to find ...

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  • Hot Tubs Plus Alcohol Pose Dangers

    You may not hear about hot tub drownings nearly as often as you hear about swimming pool drownings, but we assure you, they occur. According to an ...

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  • Understanding Your Auto Insurance Rates in Texas

    Have you ever wondered why auto insurance rates and premiums vary so widely from person-to-person? Why is it that two people can be the same age and ...

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  • Auto Insurance for Young Drivers in Texas

    Like all states, Texas requires that all drivers have liability coverage. If a driver still owes money on their vehicle, their lender will require ...

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  • Can You Travel Outside the U.S. With a Felony?

    There are a lot of reasons why people travel outside the United States. They travel for vacation, to visit family, for work, for school, and sometimes ...

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  • When a Pedestrian Breaks the Law, Who’s at Fault?

    A lot of drivers assume that if they were to strike a pedestrian in the road, the accident is the driver’s fault, no questions asked. But what if the ...

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