E. Parker Herring – Family Law Lawyer & Attorney – Herring & Mills Law Firm, Raleigh NC
North Carolina Immigration Lawyer
At Fayad Law, P.C. we are proud to provide clients across North Carolina with caring and effective advocacy for all types of immigration, family law, and criminal cases. Each of these types of immigration requires the applicant to meet certain criteria and to complete a detailed legal process in order to obtain an entry visa. This process is complex and, without the guidance of a knowledgeable North Carolina immigration lawyer, an applicant could suffer delays or be denied a visa altogether. Do not let this happen to you!
Contact the offices of Fayad Law, P.C. today to discuss your options with an immigration lawyer who will truly care for you and the outcome of your case. Learn more about how we can help you by contacting our firm and speaking with an immigration lawyer as soon as possible. An immigration lawyer from our firm can provide you with further details and help you determine the right choice for you. Fayad Law, P.C.
has a detailed understanding of immigration laws and your rights. For all ICE immigration problems, we are here to help, including matters related to an immigration bond issued by an ICE deportation officer, an immigration judge, or through voluntary departure. Becoming a citizen is a complex process, which is why you would benefit most from having the counsel and guidance of an immigration lawyer. Other Services for North Carolina, Virginia and Washington, DC. Immigration can be affected by other areas of law, as well.
Fayad Law, P.C. is particularly skilled in handling family law matters that relate to immigration, as well as criminal defense of immigrant clients. Speak with an attorney from Fayad Law, P.C. as soon as possible to discuss your situation and learn what your options are regarding immigration to the United States.
NCDOT: Title Your Vehicle
If you’re new to North Carolina or have recently acquired a vehicle, you must get it titled in North Carolina. How to Title & Register a Vehicle To avoid inconveniences, be sure you have all necessary documents before making your visit to your vehicle registration office. Step 1: Requirements You must have a valid North Carolina driver license or ID. For vehicles owned by more than one individual, all signatures on required documents must be notarized, and accompanied by a black-and-white copy of the alternate owner’s valid driver license⁄ID, or a Power of Attorney must be provided to sign for the co-owner(s). If you are a new North Carolina resident, your valid out-of-state driver license, along with your North Carolina Temporary Driving Certificate, is required to title and register your vehicle.
Property taxes for the vehicle you wish to register must be paid. Under certain circumstances, you may not be able to register your vehicle. Please address any registration stops or blocks prior to registering your vehicle. Step 2: Documents Proof of Identity You must have a valid North Carolina driver license or ID. For vehicles owned by more than one individual, all signatures on required documents must be notarized, and accompanied by a black-and-white copy of the alternate owner’s valid driver license⁄ID, or a Power of Attorney must be provided to sign for the co-owner(s).
Vehicle is garaged in North Carolina for at least six months each year. A valid North Carolina driver license is required for all services processed in person. Instant titles can also be ordered at other office locations, but the title will not be mailed until the next business day. Additional locations Vehicle & License Plate Renewal Offices An instant title can be ordered at other office locations.
Samuel Johnson Obituary
Samuel H. Johnson passed away on October 18, 2017 at the age of 90. Sam attended Franklin High School in Harrells, NC, and after graduating he left the farm at age 16 to attend Pfeiffer Junior College, where he participated in the work program to pay his way through college. In the summer of 1950 Sam took a break from school and traveled to Mexico City to study creative writing. After returning from Mexico Sam began dating his future wife, Anne Latham Johnson from Rose Hill, NC.
They married on August 30, 1952, and he returned to UNC to finish out his final year in law school. Within a few years Sam was persuaded to represent the interests of professional associations and individuals to the NC Legislature. Sam retired from practicing law in December 2015 from the firm of Johnson, Hearn, Vinegar & Gee, PLLC, after 62 years of law practice. Sam was an active member of numerous associations and service organizations, and was very active at West Raleigh Presbyterian Church. Sam enjoyed hunting, fishing, traveling, amateur radio, writing, and spending time with family and friends at Atlantic Beach, NC.
Sam loved being around people and he had a heart for helping those in need. Sam is survived by his wife Anne and their two children: his daughter Leslie Johnson Carpenter and his son Bill Johnson, both of whom currently live with their families in the Wake Forest area. Bill is married to Karen Johnson, and they have two children, Emily and Jake Johnson. Sam’s beloved pet beagle is Rusty Johnson, who now resides with Leslie. A memorial service will be held on Sunday, October 29, 2017, at 2 p.m.
at West Raleigh Presbyterian Church, located at 27 Horne Street in Raleigh, followed by a celebration of Sam’s life in the Fellowship Hall at the church.