1. When You Do (and Don’t!) Need a US Visa

    When it comes to United States visas, there are dozens of different visas that you can apply for depending on your country of origin, the reason for your visit to the United States, and how long you intend to stay. You can learn more about the visas available to you on our website. The most importan…Read More

  2. When Refinancing Isn’t the Right Choice

    Refinancing can be a powerful financial tool for homeowners. Many people refinance their home in order to lower their monthly payments or to take advantage of lower interest rates. They might also refinance it to cash out on the equity to pay for home repairs or invest in a second property. As good …Read More

  3. How to Prepare For Divorce

    Going through a divorce is one of the hardest things that you'll do in your life. Ending a marriage isn't something that's usually done quickly; it's a process wherein you'll need to negotiate the minute details of your life as you work to separate it from your former spouse. Some divorces are more…Read More

  4. Should You Apply for DACA?

    The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program started in 2012. Its goal was to allow those who had immigrated to the United States as children to remain in the country legally in order to work, go to school, and apply for citizenship. DACA allows childhood arrivals to remain in the count…Read More