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Soldier becomes U.S. Citizen, hopes to see his father again

The American Dream: it is something that more than citizens want to achieve. For some, the "American Dream" means becoming a citizen of the United States of America. After years of struggle, one young man's dream recently came true when he was granted full U.S. Citizenship. Now, he hopes to help his father do the same.

Workplace injury rate decreases slightly in North Carolina

A workplace injury can occur anywhere across the globe. These unfortunate accidents often result in devastating injuries, such as amputations, broken bones and back injuries to name a few. While most news about workplace injuries is bad, North Carolina residents recently got a bit of good news. According to the North Carolina Department of Labor, the state remains one of the safest places to work in the United States.

Immigration officials wrongfully deported mentally disabled man

Many North Carolina residents may be aware that the immigration laws in the United States are not always straight forward and even immigration officials make mistakes, but some mistakes are more serious than others. One such mistake may have been what caused a mentally disabled United States citizen to be deported in 2008.

Sanitation worker killed in workplace accident

Most people go to work expecting that they will make it back home safe and sound at the end of the day. Here in America we expect our workplaces to be safe. Unfortunately, that was not true for one young man when tragedy struck not far from Greensboro.

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We established this blog to share stories and information about topics relevant to our practice. Our intent is to highlight local stories, as well as national subject matter, that we think you will find interesting. We will regularly update this blog and encourage you to share your thoughts on these posts.

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