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Author: George Ernst
On February 24, 2015, USCIS announced new rules regarding work authorization for H-4 dependent spouses. The following provides a summary of the new rules and regulations regarding work authorization for H-4 dependent spouses.
Currently, H-4 dependent spouses are not eligible for work authorization. However, according to the new regulations, certain H-4 dependent spouses of H-1B nonimmigrants, who are seeking employment based permanent residency (â€śGreen Cardâ€ť), may be eligible to apply for an Employment …[read more]
Lending institutions gained some comfort from the Bankruptcy Courtâ€™s December 31, 2014 decision in In Re: Lincoln Gardens, Limited Partnership, in which the United States Bankruptcy court for the Western District of Arkansas enforced an absolute assignment of rents provision within an Arkansas mortgage.Â The Court declared that the rents at issue were not the property of the debtorâ€™s bankruptcy estate, but rather had already been assigned to the …[read more]