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If you have been trying to deal with a creditor, or creditors, and you feel that they are harassing you to try and collect on a debt you owe them, you may feel scared, hopeless, and unsure of what you can do to put an end to this sort of maltreatment. When creditors call you at work, or even make phone calls to your family members; if they verbally insult you, or if they threaten to take certain types of legal action against you, it’s time to consult with a debt collection legal firm like Heidarpour Law Firm. HLF will advocate for you if you are too afraid to deal with these types of creditors alone. Once we are engaged, we will intervene on your behalf.  If these creditors continue to unlawfully harass you,  HLF can then take legal measures to put an end to their abuse, while also reporting their illegal behaviors. If you feel you are a victim of illegal debt collection practices, you do not have to suffer alone. Call HLF at 1-202-234-2727 or fill out HLF’s FREE CONSULTATION form.


The single purpose of a class action litigation or lawsuit is to give the average person a chance to take on some of the biggest private companies and corporations in the world; giving the individual person a chance to address any wrongs done by any of these major entities. You should not attempt to handle this sort of case on your own, without the help of an experienced attorney.  The process can be overwhelming and extremely frustrating, but class action lawsuits give the average person the opportunity to hold these companies accountable, by grouping together hundreds or sometimes even thousands of people, within one lawsuit.  This gives the legal case a higher level of credibility, and demands that the defendant pay attention. For some victims involved in class action litigation or lawsuits, this is the only meaningful way for them to address fraud, widespread discrimination, or other similar legal violations.  You can look at cases of class action lawsuits against major car companies and major tobacco companies, in the past, and understand how class action litigation can help. Call HLF at 1-202-234-2727 or fill out HLF’s FREE CONSULTATION form.


A contract is a legally enforceable agreement between two parties.  Each party within a contract promises to perform a certain duty or service, or pay a certain amount of money to someone.  If one party member or group fails to act as promised, and the other party has fulfilled their own duties under the contract, the wronged party is then entitled to legal aide for a breach of contract.  A breach of contract is a failure to fulfill the services or monies promised within the contract terms.  A contract can be breached in the following ways: One party does not perform a duty or service as they promisedOne party breaches a “fundamental term” of the contractOne party does something that makes it impossible for the other party to perform their own services under the contractOne party makes it clear that they do not intend to perform the contract services, thereby permitting the other party to engage in an anticipatory breach Both written and oral contracts are legally enforceable.  It is best practice to write down the terms of any contract agreement, in case some dispute between the parties should arise, after agreeing to a contract.  If the contract is an oral agreement, the parties of the contract might later remember different details about the contract terms, or forget certain terms altogether, which will make it more difficult to prove the validity of the contract. Call HLF at 1-202-234-2727 or fill out HLF’s FREE CONSULTATION form.


There are four basic paths for obtaining lawful permanent residence in the United States: Through a family relationshipThrough employment sponsorshipThrough the diversity programThrough asylum Lawful permanent residents are non-U.S. citizens who have authorization to work and live in the United States indefinitely.  They can serve in the U.S. military, but they may not vote.  They have to follow certain rules to maintain their status, both when traveling abroad, and while staying outside of the U.S. for extended periods of time.  They may lose their status if they commit crimes. Obtaining permanent residence is usually a lengthy and complex process, and requires a careful analysis of an individual’s circumstances. U.S. Citizenship A person who has remained a lawful permanent resident in the U.S. for five years (or sometimes three years), and has been physically present in the U.S. for half of that time can qualify for U.S. citizenship.  A person who is married to and residing with a U.S. citizen can typically apply for U.S. citizenship after three years. HLF practices Immigration Law in the following areas: MARRIAGE IMMIGRATION: I-751 | CONSULAR PROCESSING | PARENT | 601 HARDSHIP WAIVER | 245I | MOTION TO REOPEN | SIBLING | STEPCHILDREN | FIRST PREFERENCE MARRIAGE IMMIGRATION (SUBSTITUTION): CSPA | EMERGENCY | ADVANCE PAROLE | I-90 CRIMINAL ISSUES EMPLOYMENT: EB-2 I-140 | NURSE PRACTITIONER | NATIONAL INTEREST WAIVER | PERM | REGISTERED NURSE | EB-3 I-140 | EB-11 | PHARMACISTS | L-1 VISAS: H-1B | J-1 WAIVERS | J-2 WAIVERS | K-1 FIANCE | VISA WAIVER | F-1 | B-2 VISITOR | H-4 | F-1 REINSTATEMENT DEPORTATION: TERMINATION | MOTION TO REOPEN | JAIL CASES | CANCELLATION OF REMOVAL | ARRIVING ALIEN | BIA APPEAL Call HLF at 1-202-234-2727 or fill out HLF’s FREE CONSULTATION form.