USCIS Expands Guidance About What Constitutes Good Moral Character for Naturalization For The USCIS Policy Manual

By: David Nachman, Esq., Managing Attorney, Nachman Phulwani Zimovcak (NPZ) Law Group, P.C. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services expanded its policy guidance regarding unlawful acts that may prevent an applicant from meeting the good moral character (GMC) requirement for naturalization. The commission of, or conviction or imprisonment for, an unlawful act, during the statutory View Article →

Home for the Holidays? Mind Your Elders

By: Wendy Hoey Sheinberg, Partner, Rivkin Radler Going home for the holidays means different things to different people. If your plans involve older relatives, the holidays can provide insights that can help avoid disaster. It can be hard to know when and how to raise delicate age-related issues with your parents. How do you tell View Article →

Crooks Using Hacked Websites to Download Trojan Malware

By: Joseph Imperato, Sr., Partner, XSolutions Last week, we issued an alert about a fake Windows update delivering ransomware. Now, cyber-crooks upped their game by hacking into legitimate WordPress websites, injecting redirect scripts, and displaying fake Flash Player update alerts. According to ZDNet, if the user clicks the “Update” or “Later” buttons, the script takes the View Article →

Wells Fargo Survey: Business Owners Highlight Priority Issues for 2020 Campaign

// Small business owners showed continued optimism for their businesses and the U.S. economy in the latest Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business Index. Respondents also signaled which issues are most important to them in next year’s elections. Conducted Sept. 30–Oct. 4, the survey showed a six-point increase in overall optimism. The majority of owners said their View Article →