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EOIR Makes Interactive Policy Manual Available Online

The EOIR has made a new searchable interactive EOIR policy manual available to the public.

Credit Card Debt, Collections Lawsuits, in the Face of Ongoing Unemployment

Credit Card Debt, Collections Lawsuits, in the Face of Ongoing Unemployment

Is Texting and Driving Illegal In Missouri?

In Missouri, texting and driving is illegal for drivers under 21 years of age. However, as of now, it is only illegal for drivers 21 years of age or younger.

USCIS Completes H1B Initial Electronic Registration Process

On March 30, 2021, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services announced that it had received enough electronic registrations during the initial H1B registration period to reach the fiscal year 2022 H-1B cap for both regular H-1B petitions and masters cap petitions.

Child Support Arrears For Incarcerated Obligors

If you are currently facing incarceration or are incarcerated and are obligated to pay child support in the State of Missouri, contact the Law Offices of Keya M. Reed LLC. We can represent and advise you on the best course of action to safeguard your rights and interest regarding child support arrears. Contact us to schedule a consultation. 

Answering Your Questions About Making A Will In Missouri

Making a will is not complicated, but the process will go much more smoothly for you and your family if you work with an attorney. Contact The Law Office of Keya M. Reed LLC today to schedule a consultation.

What Can I Do With A Missouri Power Of Attorney?

If you need advice on making a power of attorney and would like to consult with a St. Louis estate planning attorney, contact the Law Office of Keya M. Reed LLC today.

Many Americans Already Mired in Debt Before COVID-19

This article discusses the hardship people and consumers have undergone through out the COVID-19 Pandemic.

USCIS Reverts to Prior Blank Form Rejection Policy

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has reverted its policy to that which was in effect prior to October 2019 regarding certain applications being submitted with blank spaces.

What to Do After an Uber Accident in St. Louis, Missouri

With more Uber drivers on the road throughout Missouri, and especially in major cities like St. Louis, the chance of colliding with an affiliated driver is also greater.

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