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This is just an example of the overload of applications that are being sent to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS). USCIS received 172,500 H1B petitions from the when it began taking applications on April 1, 2014 until this Monday, April 7, 2014, when they stopped taking applications, according to a press release … Read more

Scenario: You sued someone and won! Congratulations! Now, how do you get your money? It is more than likely that the opposing party is not going to just hand over the money, otherwise there would not have been a suit in the first place. The judicial system has accounted for this by allowing prevailing parties … Read more

After their appearance on CNBC’s new television show “The Profit,” featuring Marcus Lemonis, Sweet Pete’s in Jacksonville, Florida made news due to the major fight between the business partners. Disputes between business owners appears to be a common theme both on the show and in business in general, and many of these disputes could be … Read more

Florida commercial rental properties can be an excellent first or second source of income. There is money to be made in the Real Estate Market, and the two best ways to make money in this market are through house flipping or owning rental properties. Florida commercial rental properties will obviously provide you with a greater … Read more

USCIS Revises N-400 Application for U.S. Citizenship

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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has revised Form N-400, Application for Naturalization, also known as the application to become a naturalized U.S. Citizen. According to USCIS, “Naturalization is the process by which U.S. citizenship is granted to a foreign citizen or national after he or she fulfills the requirements established by Congress in the … Read more

Although it is customary in the industry for the Seller of a property to pick the Florida closing agent, it is beneficial to the Buyer of a property to choose the closing agent, especially if the buyer is from another country and/or English is not their first language. Here at Boyer Law Firm, P.L., we … Read more

Jacksonville, Florida was recently praised by CNN Money for being an emerging hub for both start-up companies and entrepreneurs. Contributing factors to the success of the increase in Jacksonville Entrepreneurs include inexpensive business and labor costs, low taxes, warm weather, and availability of capital. Jeanne Miller, executive director of Jacksonville Civic Council, says venture capital … Read more

Although there is no law regarding who picks the closing agent in a Florida real estate transaction, it is customary for the Seller of the property to choose the Florida Closing Agent. It is also customary for the party who chooses the closing agent to pay the “closing costs,” such as the deed recording, the … Read more

A Florida contract is an agreement between two or more parties, whether they are individuals, business entities, or non-profit entities. Due to this broad definition, there are infinitely many different kinds and types of contracts. Having a Florida contract attorney draft your contract will ensure that you understand what you are signing and that at … Read more

LLCs for Married Couples: Preventative Law

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The Florida Business Journals recently published an article about LLCs for married couples entitled “How to Divorce-Proof your Business.” Here at Boyer Law Firm, we have started many corporations and LLCs for married couples and families, and our policies and procedures protect both the business and its members. When you are creating a business, whether … Read more