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ANSWERS TO YOUR CITIZENSHIP QUESTIONS:

Q: Do I have to be a permanent resident first before I can apply for Naturalization? A: Yes, generally, in order to be

Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act applies to landlords

Q. When my lease was up, my landlord asked me to sign a new lease. He told me I could sign now, but

Triple Net Lease: Things You Need to Know – II

Question: How can a tenant deal with the difference between estimates and actual costs in a Triple Net Lease?

Answer: When you approach

If you signed the lease you are responsible for the rent

Q. I signed a one-year lease with my roommate, each of us paying half the rent. About seven months into the year I

ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ABOUT EMPLOYMENT BASED PERMANENT RESIDENCE REQUIRING LABOR CERTIFICATION

Q: My wife currently holds H-1B status and her employer is interested in hiring her permanently in the United States. She has a

Triple Net Lease: Things You Need to Know

Question: As a tenant, what would be my financial responsibilities in a Triple Net Lease?

Answer: Like it or not, if you want

Hurricane Harvey People’s Law School videos are online

Recently, the Center for Consumer Law at the University of Houston Law Center presented a special session of the People’s Law School devoted

Payment is “due” on due date

Q. I may my bills by mail. My due date is the first of the month and I have a ten-day period before

ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ABOUT EMPLOYMENT BASED PERMANENT RESIDENCE REQUIRING LABOR CERTIFICATION

Q: My wife currently holds H-1B status and her employer is interested in hiring her permanently in the United States. She

You can’t lose your car for not paying your credit card bill

Q. A debt collector for a credit card company has threatened to sue me. He told me if I didn’t pay he would