Articles in the Pinas Now! Category

Bill to help human trafficking victims heads to Governor
Posted in Pinas Now! on 4 September 2018

SACRAMENTO – The Senate unanimously approved bipartisan measure co-authored by Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) that would help human trafficking victims get back on their feet. Specifically, Assembly Bill 900 by Assembly member Lorena Gonzalez-Fletcher (D-San Diego) would: 1.  Make it easier for victims to receive compensation for any income they lost, similar to how… […]

DOJ criticizes Harvard University over alleged discrimination of Asian Americans
Posted in Pinas Now! on 1 September 2018

Groups including Asian Americans pledge support to the Ivy League university’s affirmative action policy The U.S. Department of Justice this week came out against Harvard University’s admission practices by announcing its support of an anti-affirmative action group that sued the Ivy League university for allegedly discriminating against Asian American applicants in its admission policies. In… […]

Serenata Filipina Ver. 2 goes onstage at the Ford Theatres Oct. 7
Posted in Pinas Now! on 1 September 2018

All-female headliners perform Filipino-penned songs in English and Tagalog THE historic Ford Theatres will be the venue where prominent Filipina-American singers converge for an evening of nostalgic Filipino hits and more! Heading the pack are jazz diva Louie Reyes and vocalist Annie Nepomuceno, both of whom have graced the Ford stage multiple times. Audiences will… […]

Should employees pay the cost of “dress code” required at work?
Posted in Pinas Now! on 1 September 2018

ALEXANDER Brown and Arik Silva worked as retail sales associates at Abercrombie & Fitch Co., a company that operates retail clothing stores throughout the United States. Brown and Silva sued their employer in a class action, claiming that the employer compelled them to patronize Abercrombie products in violation of California law. The employees claim that… […]

Rescinding removal/deportation order to allow for adjustment of status
Posted in Pinas Now! on 1 September 2018

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 a green card, only to be prohibited from doing so because he/she has a prior removal/deportation order. A typical scenario involves a person who entered the US… […]

Do I have a community property interest in a house which my spouse acquired before our marriage?
Posted in Pinas Now! on 1 September 2018

GENERALLY, in California, property acquired by a spouse prior to marriage is considered separate property under family code section 770 while those acquired after marriage are considered community assets under family code section 760. How do you characterize real property purchased prior to marriage but with the mortgage principal paid down using community income or… […]

Warning: Before you hire a debt settlement company
Posted in Pinas Now! on 1 September 2018

IF you are delinquent on your debts, you may be able to avoid dealing with the bill collectors for a few months but sooner or later, you will still need to face the reality of your debt problems and do something to protect yourself. For example, creditors will probably wait until you are 60 days… […]


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