Can someone else insure my car so I can save money on premiums?

People are always looking for ways to save money on auto insurance.  Especially in states like Minnesota that require No-Fault coverage, people are always trying to find a way to avoid the high cost of coverage.  We have had several clients over the years who have done some variation on the above.  They have asked some other family member (or friend) to insure their vehicle.  It seems like a good idea…until you’re involved in a crash and need to obtain … Continued

I recently got a 3-year EAD through DACA, do I have to send it back?

Based on an announcement by President Obama, Employment Authorization Documents (EAD), also known as work permits, were issued for three-year spans for those applying or re-applying for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). This was challenged and a ruling made on February 16, 2015, determined that any DACA EAD or work permit issued after February 15, 2015 and valid for greater than two years would need to be returned to the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS). Walther Goss Law can help you with … Continued

What is happening with DAPA?

We have received many inquiries regarding Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents, commonly known as DAPA. This program was announced by President Obama on November 20, 2014. As you have likely heard, there have been recent developments affecting DAPA. Texas and 26 other states have brought a lawsuit to block this program and the extension of the DACA program based on hardship and expenses that will be incurred by the states. The suit was heard by Judge Andrew Hanen in … Continued