Articles in the Pinas Now! Category

Health care looms large in race for California’s top cop
Posted in Pinas Now! on 30 May 2018

Attorney General Xavier Becerra uses a well-worn refrain to describe his role as the state’s chief law enforcement officer: to defend California’s values. “If that translates into fighting Donald Trump, then so be it,” he said in a recent interview. Becerra has been one of the leading voices in California’s charge against the federal government,… […]

Five ballot propositions Californians will be voting for on June 5
Posted in Pinas Now! on 30 May 2018

The June primaries for the 2018 midterm elections are coming up which means that voters everywhere will be heading to the polls to vote for a number of local, state and federal measures and government officials. In California, in addition to the highly publicized gubernatorial and senatorial races, we will also be voting on eight… […]

Los Angeles Weekend Edition: May 26-39, 2018
Posted in Pinas Now! on 29 May 2018

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Affected transactions and sanctions under the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA)
Posted in Pinas Now! on 26 May 2018

AFFECTED Transactions A. Currency Transaction Report (CTR): You must report cash transactions in excess of $10,000 during the same business day. The amount over $10,000 can be either in one transaction or a combination of cash transactions. It is filed with the Internal Revenue Service. B. Monetary Instrument Log (MIL): You must indicate cash purchases… […]

USCIS tightens policy on student and exchange visitor violators
Posted in Pinas Now! on 26 May 2018

THE USCIS issued another Policy Memorandum on May 10, 2018, that imposes significant restrictions to F and M students, as well as J exchange visitors, who violate their status.  The new policy will impose additional hurdles for legalizing the immigration status for those who violate their F, M, or J nonimmigrant status. The new policy… […]

Residing removal/ deportation order to allow for adjustment status
Posted in Pinas Now! on 26 May 2018

“ A typical scenarion involves a person who entered the US years ago on a B-2 tourist visa, overstayed and was ordered removed by the Immigration Court.” WE have all heard the popular saying, “Timing is everything.”  Unfortunately, this saying often adversely applies to those persons who have found an avenue from which to obtain… […]

Clients seek to discharge $100K and $30K in credit card debt
Posted in Pinas Now! on 26 May 2018

Both qualify for different chapters of the bankruptcy code? MOST debtors prefer to have a Chapter 7 wipe-out of debt. This is called a fresh start without debt. Most debtors who qualify for Chapter 7 debt relief get to keep everything they own but are able to get rid of all of their debt, thus,… […]


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