Military: Immigration Citizenship Laws for Family Members

Obama Policy Memo Outlines How Illegal Immigrants Can Obtain ‘legal status’ If They Are Family Members Of A U.S. Military Service Member. Memo Could Affect 65,000 Military Immigrants A memo released by the Obama administration outlines how and when the

Military Members Must Take Actions Prior to Deployment to Protect Their Rights with Their Children

Important Steps To Be Considered For Active Duty Military Parents Facing Custody Issues This is the second of a two-part article. Click here to read the first part discussing other important steps to be considered by military members before deployment.

Military Parents Face Unique Homecoming Battles

Upon Return, Military Parent Finds An Empty House and Their Child Abducted. What Happened To The Happy Reunion? In the last few years we have all watched the televised homecomings of military personnel returning from tours of duty to see

Military: What Does “Residency” Really Mean for Those Who Serve?

Military Members Must Meet The Residency Requirement To File For Divorce In Ohio The Ohio Revised Code §3105.03 states that “[t]he plaintiff in actions for divorce and annulment shall have been a resident of the state at least six months

Child Custody Dispute to be Decided By the U.S. Supreme Court

Active Military Members Fight For International Child Custody In The United States Courts Jeffrey Lee Chafin v. Lynne Hales Chafin Docket 11-1347 Facts of the Case: Jeffrey Lee Chafin, a citizen of the United States and an active duty member

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