Gallardo Law Firm Blog

  • Becoming a Legal Immigrant to USA

    Becoming a Legal Immigrant to USA

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on July 06, 2014

    Around the world, the United States is seen as the ultimate destination to fulfill your dreams. People from various nations and backgrounds have ventured to America to find their pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. However, many people who enter the country do so illegally..

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  • How Family Lawyers in Miami can assist you in saying “I Do” with a Prenuptial Agreement

    How Family Lawyers in Miami can assist you in saying “I Do” with a Prenuptial Agreement

    Posted by Emma Johnson on May 17, 2014

    Although it may be tempting to suppose that a prenuptial agreement is only for the rich and famous, this couldn’t be more wrong.

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  • New Home Buyers Tax Credit

    New Home Buyers Tax Credit

    Posted by Emma Johnson on May 05, 2014

    Being a first time home buyer does not necessarily mean it must be the first house that you have ever purchased. A first time buyer is considered by the law to be an individual who has not owned a primary place of residence within the three years prior to the ongoing purchase

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  • Permanent Residence vs Citizenship

    Permanent Residence vs Citizenship

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on May 05, 2014

    Every year, thousands of people come to the United States, many with the hope and intention of remaining here permanently. Some of the newcomers are granted lawful permanent residence, which means that they are given a green card, others go through the lengthy process of becoming a U.S. citizen.

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  • Claiming the Child Tax Credit

    Claiming the Child Tax Credit

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on April 12, 2014

    In many households, having a dependent child can make you eligible to qualify for a hefty tax credit. To many new parents this may be a surprise, but it is crucial to plan for this so that you can acquire the most money possible. This tax credit that you may be eligible for is up to $1,000 per child. One of the many reasons why this is so beneficial is that it is not a tax deduction...

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  • How Mortgage Loan modification programs work?

    How Mortgage Loan modification programs work?

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on April 04, 2014

    In order to evade having a foreclosure, your lender has the possibility to comply with modifying a few of the terms on your loan, or all of the terms.

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  • When is a Miami Immigration Lawyer necessary?

    When is a Miami Immigration Lawyer necessary?

    Posted by Claire Gray on April 04, 2014

    When applying for either a green card or immigrant visa in the United States or overseas it is not required to have a lawyer. However, there are various amount of situations in which the assistance of an immigration lawyer Miami is necessary by saving you a numerous amount of time and frustration.

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  • Fiance Visa for Same Sex Couples

    Fiance Visa for Same Sex Couples

    Posted by Julianne Fitzgerald on March 17, 2014

    Are you and your partner in another country that does not allow the same sex marriage? Once in the U.S., you are able to marry within a state that allows such marriages and the immigrant spouse has the possibility of applying for a permanent residence. Below are some questions you may be facing about moving to the U.S. with your partner.

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