De Castroverde Blog

    Who can sponsor immigration?

    If you have a close family member applying for permanent residency in the United States, they’re going to need a sponsor. While you may sponsor certain people wishing to immigrate, some rules and regulations must be followed. At De Castroverde, our attorneys are well-educated in the complex laws surrounding sponsorship for immigration. If you have questions such as who can […]

    Fun Fall Activities in Las Vegas

    Las Vegas in the fall is a great time to find activities and events to take the family to for a fun time. While you’ll find lots of things to do on the strip, including thrill rides and one-of-a-kind experiences, there’s also plenty of traditional fall activities and events for families to enjoy. You can also find some date-night fall […]

    Halloween in Las Vegas: Where to Go

    No one does Halloween quite like Las Vegas, and there’s no better time than Halloween 2021 to mask up and have some socially distanced family-friendly fun. Vegas knows how to celebrate, starting right at October 1st with events happening all month until Halloween night on October 31st. Here are just a few Las Vegas Halloween favorites from De Castroverde Criminal […]

    Can you get arrested for marijuana possession in Las Vegas?

    Laws regarding marijuana, both medicinal and recreational, vary from state to state. It’s important to know and understand the laws in Las Vegas before visiting or settling into a new home so that you can make informed decisions about marijuana use. Even when marijuana is legal, there are often stipulations imposed on its use. Can You Be Arrested for Marijuana […]

    Best Local Bakeries in Las Vegas

    Cookies, cupcakes, and cakes, oh my! Whatever your sweet tooth is craving, you need to know where to find the best bakery goods in Las Vegas to satisfy it. Whether you’re visiting, new to the area, or a lifelong resident, here are the best local bakeries in Las Vegas, along with some of their best offerings. The Cookie Bar At […]

    What can affect your immigration status?

    Everyone in the United States has an immigration status. You’re either a U.S. citizen, a legal permanent resident (green card holder), conditional permanent resident, asylee or refugee, non-immigrant, person with temporary protected status, or an undocumented person. Legal permanent residents are looking to become U.S. citizens through naturalization. During this process, several factors can affect your immigration status. Because no […]

    Local Theatres Around Vegas

    Las Vegas is home to many big shows on the strip, but it also has an impressive local performing arts scene. You’ll find music, dance, and plays performed on the stage at many local theaters. Whether you’re visiting Las Vegas and want to find something away from the strip for entertainment or are a resident looking for a local performance, […]

    How to recognize domestic violence

    Domestic abuse happens in many forms and is often difficult to recognize, especially when the parties involved are usually both trying to hide it. Nevada defines domestic battery as any type of battery in the form of force or violence that occurs within a domestic relationship. When referring to domestic abuse, many tend to focus on domestic violence. Indeed, there […]

    What Can an Immigration Lawyer Help You With?

    In Nevada, 19% of the population were immigrants in 2018, most hailing from El Salvador, Mexico, and the Philippines. Approximately half of all immigrants in Nevada are naturalized citizens of the United States. If you’re an immigrant seeking permanent residency in the United States, an immigration lawyer can help you understand the intricacies of the process. Immigration laws are complex […]

    How Long Do Restraining Orders Stay on Your Record?

    The length of a restraining order stays on your record, depending on what order you received. There are various types of restraining orders, and each one has its own policies. If you received a temporary restraining order, it will appear to law enforcement officials for 14 days or until your court hearing. If the restraining order is denied at the […]