This has been a busy month at our law firm, filing employment discrimination lawsuits. A little over a week ago, I filed a lawsuit on behalf of my client against his former employer, Pollo Tropical. The lawsuit states that my client was discriminated against because of his sex and fired in retaliation for complaining about it.
Our law firm filed a lawsuit last week on behalf of our client, and against Home Depot. The federal court lawsuit alleges job harassment because of our client's race, national origin and age.
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/27/us/citizenship-applications-immigration.html This recent immigration article in the New York Times highlighted what I have been telling clients for many years. I have often urged my legal permanent resident friends and clients to become a USA citizen, because having a green card, alone, may not be sufficient to guarantee unimpaired readmission to the U.S. nor may it be sufficient to avoid deportation. The simplest of crimes, even where negligent, can cause a lawful immigrant to be deportable. Moreover, rules are constantly changing when it comes to non-USA citizens, and the non-citizen is constantly in jeopardy of losing legal rights, as compared to USA citizens. This Houston immigration lawyer and Miami immigration lawyer urges all eligible green card holders to apply for USA citizenship whenever they become eligible. Of course, in these unusual times for our country, the naturalization process to become a citizen has become more expensive, it takes significantly longer and it is more difficult. For further information, I may be reached at [email protected] or in Texas at 713.850.0066 or in Florida at 305.538.6800