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Landlord must make repairs

Q. My family and I haven’t been able to take a bath or shower in our apartment due to a cracked pipe. This

ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ABOUT RE-ENTRY PERMIT

Q: What is a Re-Entry Permit? A: A Permanent Resident who has travelled and remained abroad for a period of one year or

Whether you have insurance does not affect liability

Q. Recently, I had an accident. Someone failed to stop at a stop sign and ran into me. It turns out the owner

How do I get a free copy of my credit report?

Q. I thought I could get a free copy of my credit report. I went to several websites, and most required a credit

ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS ON B1/B2 VISA APPLICATIONS, EXTENSIONS OR CHANGE OF STATUS

Q: My B1/B2 visa was recently revoked through EVUS and I need to apply for a new B1/B2 visa. How do I go

How to Fully Realize the Potential of Medicare Advantage

The House Ways and Means subcommittee on health will host a hearing this week on promoting integrated and coordinated care for Medicare beneficiaries.

Landlord must change locks

Q. I just moved into a new apartment. When I asked the landlord if the door had a new lock he told me

ANSWERS TO YOUR CITIZENSHIP AND NATURALIZATION QUESTIONS

ANSWERS TO YOUR CITIZENSHIP  AND NATURALIZATION QUESTIONS

Q: How many years do I have to be a permanent resident before I can apply

The Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act protects you against unscrupulous sellers

Q. In January, a business agreed to install a new “Ford remanufactured engine” in my truck. On the receipt, it came with a

Debts cannot be re-aged

Q. I defaulted on a credit card almost ten years ago. I now have a collection agency threatening to report the old debt