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    Best Breakfasts Spots in Las Vegas

    Las Vegas is full of breakfast choices, and it’s hard to choose favorites out of so many great options. We’ve narrowed it down to offer you a list full of variety, whether you want something close to the strip or a hidden gem away from the tourists. We’re showing you places that include fine dining and casual deli to help […]

    How to Choose the Right Visa for You

    Visiting the United States isn’t as difficult as it once was, but navigating the visa system can be confusing and overwhelming. This is especially true when you’re unsure which visa applies to you and your family members. There are common visas such as student and tourist visas that most everyone has heard of before, but there are several lesser-known visa […]

    Do arrests show up on employment background checks in Nevada?

    Most employers in Nevada conduct background checks on applicants to ensure they are hiring qualified and trustworthy employees. If you’ve been arrested or convicted of a crime, you may be concerned about what your prospective employer is looking for and what they may find. While employment background checks are legal in Nevada, some laws limit what information employers obtain and […]

    What is Dual Citizenship?

    Every country has expectations of its citizens, with varying expectations in different places across the globe. Sometimes individuals in one country will decide to become citizens in a second country. If permitted by both countries, then you are someone who has dual citizenship. The United States and over 60 other countries around the globe permit complete or partial dual citizenship. […]

    6 Fun Family-Friendly Things to Do in Vegas

    Las Vegas is the biggest city in Nevada, and it has plenty of fun attractions for kids and adults. You and your children can enjoy nature, learn new things, and relax. Here are some of the most family-friendly, fun things to do in this famous city. The Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden The Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden is a […]

    The Top 8 Jewelry Shops in Las Vegas

    Looking for luxury jewelry on your trip to Las Vegas? You might be swamped for options. Las Vegas is known for its fine shopping locations, many of which include a jewelry store or two. A little research can narrow the field to shops that specialize in what you are looking for, from fine watches to custom engagement rings and wedding […]

    Top 7 Holiday Shopping Destinations in Las Vegas

    When the holidays come, it’s time to shop ’til you drop, and Las Vegas is a shopping destination like no other. In this city, you can find gifts from all around the world, visit exotic locales, and see free entertainment while you shop. The team at De Castroverde Law put our heads together to come up with a list of […]

    What Questions Are Typically Asked in Immigration Interviews?

    When immigrating to the United States, you should be aware of an essential part of the immigration process, the immigration interview. Learn what items you’ll need for the immigration interview so that you can prepare for it. Why Is an Interview Required?   An immigration interview allows you to verify the accuracy of the information you’ve submitted as part of […]

    7 Ways to Stay Safe While Having a Good Time in Las Vegas

    Because of its many hotels, casinos, museums, and other attractions, Las Vegas, Nevada, is a destination for people from around the world. Unfortunately, all those visitors can also attract criminals. Here are some tips for staying safe while you have fun in this famous city. Stay Near Tourist Areas   Police officers patrol the Strip and other tourist areas frequently, […]

    What happens if you’re caught with a fake ID?

    For as long as there have been laws restricting certain activities by age, there have been people who try to get around those laws with fake driver licenses or other pieces of phony identification. In Nevada and many other states, it is illegal to possess, sell, or transfer documentation intended to frustrate those laws, no matter what the intent is. […]