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Washington Supreme Court Rules that Obesity Is a Disability Under Washington’s Law Against Discrimination

Washington Supreme Court Rules that Obesity Is a Disability Under Washington’s Law Against Discrimination

Washington’s Supreme Court decided on July 11 that obesity is a “disability” under the state discrimination law and that employers who refuse to hire an obese job applicant (who is otherwise able to perform the job) are liable under the statute. Learn more about the effect of this statute.
Firm Client John Christianson Publishes New Book – Wealth Creator’s Playbook: A Guide to Maximizing Your Return on Life and Money

Firm Client John Christianson Publishes New Book – Wealth Creator’s Playbook: A Guide to Maximizing Your Return on Life and Money

Learn how to line up your own values with your wealth, including the ways in which you earn, manage, and spend your money, in order to maximize both wealth and personal fulfillment.
USCIS New Policy Regarding Application Denials Begins Today: Update

USCIS New Policy Regarding Application Denials Begins Today: Update

USCIS’ new policy of initiating removal proceedings against anyone whose application is denied and that denial leaves the applicant out of status goes into effect today.  In a stakeholder meeting September 27th USCIS addressed a number of concerns. Read more about these changes.
New Immigration Rules for Students: Unlawful Presence & Re-Admission into the US

New Immigration Rules for Students: Unlawful Presence & Re-Admission into the US

What are the Rules for Re-Admission to the US if a Person Has Accrued Unlawful Presence? The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 (IIRAIRA) created a new ground of inadmissibility based on unlawful presence.  Someone who is unlawfully present in the U.S. for 180 days but less than 365 days, if they leave, is barred from returning for 3 years.  Someone unlawfully present for 365 days or more, if they leave, is barred from returning for 10 years.

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