In Spain the Municipal department has to keep record of every citizen living in the country. This is also known as Padron, but it is the same as of UK electoral roll. Anyone who owns a property in Spain has to get registered at Padron. The spanish Government gets funding for the every registry which… Continue reading Importance of Registration of Empadronamiento
One of the biggest and the most important investments that most of you make is on your house. Why does everyone work so hard? To earn a living, right? But most importantly, it is because to provide a roof over their family’s head. Whether you live in a small apartment or a giant mansion; that’s… Continue reading What Are the Easiest and the Most Hassle-Free Ways of Buying and Selling a Property?
1. Not knowing what you are really worth. Take the time to write down every asset you own. Include all life insurance (individual or group) at its death benefit amount and all reasonably anticipated inheritances. Surprised? If the total value is (or may become) more than $2 Million, you might want to begin to think… Continue reading Top 10 Estate Planning Traps and How to Avoid Them
Illegal movie downloads, most people know someone who has dabbled in it however not many people are aware of the legality and problems that may arise when downloading movies illegally online. With the vast amount of content that has been made freely available online it is no wonder why some people do experiment in downloading… Continue reading Illegally Downloading Movies – You Do the Crime, You Do the Time
Copyright/Licensing Info: U.S. Constitution, Article 1, Section 8 empowers Congress to “promote the progress of science and useful arts by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries.” -the basis of copyright laws of today In today’s visual world, the work created by a graphic designer… Continue reading Copyright 101: Understanding Copyright Law and How to License Your Artwork As a Designer
Interested in getting a copy of your immigration file? You’re not alone. U.S. Immigration and Citizenship Services (USCIS) responds to several thousand requests for immigration files each year. In fact, the agency receives nearly 600 requests for records every day. A law called the Freedom of Information Act (commonly referred to as FOIA), allows Americans… Continue reading How to Get Your Immigration File Through A FOIA Request
This professional is a family lawyer who specializes in child custody cases, helping to protect children’s rights. To become a child custody lawyer you would have to pursue the same path as any lawyer but specializing in child custody cases. In most states, you would need an undergraduate degree, like a bachelor’s degree before you… Continue reading Becoming a Child Custody Lawyer
When your E2 Visa Business Changes: Requirement 1. – As a treaty investor, you must be coming to the United States to invest in a new or existing enterprise. U.S.C.I.S (US Citizenship and immigration Services) defines an E-2 investment as the placing of certain capital, (including funds and other assets), at risk in the commercial… Continue reading What Is Required When Your E-2 Visa Business Changes?
The housing market of the United States is still in a state of recovery and many American homeowners are facing the threat of foreclosure on their homes. Foreclosures can happen as a result of several factors including financial hardship or loss of employment which make it very difficult for some homeowners to prevent. For homeowners… Continue reading Defend Against Foreclosure With Experienced Attorneys
As you probably know, and this is already happening in Europe; publishers, music companies, and film companies want to have websites pulled down, ISPs fined and/or shut down if they are found to have copyrighted material on them. As a writer, this sounds like a good idea to me, because I can’t tell you how… Continue reading Copyright Violations Work Both Ways on the Internet