Don't Make These 3 Common Mistakes When Filling Out A Visa or Green Card Form!

3 Common Mistakes When Filing Out Visa or Green Card Application

My name is Dalyla Santos. I am the owner of the Santos law offices, and I am an immigration attorney.

Today I want to discuss with you three common mistakes many clients meet when filling out their application for a green card based on their marriage.

Benefits To Declaring Bankruptcy (It's Not Nearly As Bad As You Think)

Benefits to Declaring Bankruptcy

My name is Dalyla Santos. I am the owner of the Santos Law Office and a bankruptcy attorney.
And today I want to talk to you about three benefits of filing for bankruptcy.

Number one, bankruptcy will stop any lawsuits, garnishments and those pesky collection calls. In bankruptcy we can eliminate your debt while we protect what you own.

In A Bankruptcy Lawsuit? Don't Make One Of These Common Mistakes

Three Mistakes to Avoid After Receiving a Lawsuit | What To Do If You've Been Sued

My name is Dalyla Santos. I am a bankruptcy attorney. And today I want to talk to you about three common mistakes that can lead to a lot of problems after you receive a lawsuit, any of these mistakes can hurt your case. Mistake number one, procrastination. Once the lawsuit has been filed against you, and you’ve been served with the lawsuit, you’ll have 20 days to respond to the lawsuit.

Applying For A Green Card: Consular Processing Or Adjustment Of Status?

Applying for a Green Card: Consular Processing or Adjustment of Status?

Hi, my name is Dalyla Santos. I’m an immigration attorney. And in this video I will be talking about the differences between consular processing and adjustment of status. Whenever you are applying for a green card, there’s always a two step process. First, you need an immigrant petition. And then once the petition is approved, then you’re going to apply for the green card. That process is either going to be through consular processing, or adjustment of status. If you reside outside of the United States, you’re required to follow the consular processing route, which means you will be applying for your visa at the embassy in your home country.

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