Greenville Criminal Law Blog
Crimes that bring deportation into play
Noncitizens in the United States have a hard enough time with the bureaucracy and paperwork involved in maintaining a residency, let alone the wrench that
How do I sponsor an employee for a permanent job offer?
As an employer, you can do a lot to help a worker come to the U.S. legally. You have the ability to sponsor the employment
Do I have the right to remain silent?
Particularly if you are not currently a U.S. citizen, understanding what rights you have when dealing with law enforcement is vital. Many of the privileges
Are you eligible for a green card through employment?
As someone looking to permanently relocate to South Carolina, you want to know what your immigration options are. Some offer you the ability to stay
Are you suspected of participating in drug diversion?
As a pharmacist, you handle prescription drugs daily, including Schedule II, II and IV medications such as Ritalin, Vicodin and Percocet. An investigation of a
What is the difference between drug possession and distribution?
In South Carolina, the law handles all drug-related matters in a serious way. You may wonder if there is a difference in severity between drug
Deported veteran gets second chance at citizenship
Those working through the immigration (and potentially naturalization) process in South Carolina know that any questions regarding their personal conduct can jeopardize their prospects. After
Can you avoid discrimination without committing civil violations?
You have a lot of legalities to consider when seeking new hires in South Carolina. While you should strive to maintain diversity amongst your employees,
Detailing South Carolina’s different drug schedules
A good number of consequences can accompany a drug offense in South Carolina. Having said that, many understand that not all drug offenses may be
Which visas are common for temporary workers?
There are several types of temporary visas, but three of the most common are the H-1B, H-2A and H-2B. The H-2B visa is typically used