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Attorney of United Stated of American

Del Evans is an immigrant herself who has practiced U.S. Immigration law for the past twenty years. She is versed in all aspects of U.S. Immigration law and has successfully handled hundreds of immigration matters for businesses, individuals and family in U.S. Immigration matters. She is the managing attorney and works with a great team of staff immigration lawyers at Worldwide Immigration & Business Firm.

She is a dedicated attorney, diligently serving clients with excellence and spending quality time with her clients. She also understands this is the goal of most of her clients; to ensure their family’s well being and financial security.

Her legal strategy for clients in complex or simple legal matters is to find a legal solution that keeps families united, strong and prosperous. Also, the Worldwide Immigration & Business Firm’s lawyers aggressively represent clients with family, business and employment immigration visas. Finally, She is also a professor at law, where she runs an immigration training clinic program for new immigration lawyers and paralegals.

Admitted to Practice: The State of Maryland, District of Columbia
Practicing since 1992
Professional Associations: American Immigration Lawyers Association (“AILA”), Capitol Area Immigrants’ Rights Coalition (“CAIR”)

Bar Admissions

  • · Maryland, 2004

Education

  • Howard University
    o B.B.A. – 1990

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (“AILA”)
  • Capitol Area Immigrants’ Rights Coalition (“CAIR”)

 


 

About USA:

The United States of America (USA), often called the United States (U.S.), is the second largest country in North America. It is made up of 50 states, a federal district, and five territories. It has great influence over world finance, trade, culture, military, politics, and technology.

USA FlagThe USA Flag:

The American flag is made up of 50 stars on a blue background, and has 13 stripes, seven red and six white. The 50 stars represent the 50 states. The red stands for courage. The blue stands for justice. The white represents peace and cleanness. The 13 stripes represent the 13 original colonies.

Government:

The United States is a federal republic. The federal government of the United States is set up by the Constitution. There are three branches. They are the executive branch, the legislative branch, and the judicial branch.

States:

The United States conquered and bought new lands over time, and grew from the original 13 colonies in the east to the current 50 states, of which 48 of them are joined together to make up the contiguous United States.

Alaska can be reached by passing through British Columbia and the Yukon, both of which are part of Canada. Hawaii is located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

Washington, D.C., the national capital, is a federal district that was split from the states of Maryland and Virginia in 1791.

Territories and possessions:

The United States consists of sixteen lands that are not states, many of which are colonial territories. None of them have any land borders with the rest of the US. People live in five of these places, which are de facto American:

  • Puerto Rico
  • American Samoa
  • Guam
  • S. Virgin Islands
  • Northern Mariana Islands

Geography:

The United States is the fourth biggest country in the world by land area. Only Russia, Canada and China are bigger.

Economy :

The United States has a capitalist economy. The country has rich mineral resources, with many gold, coal and uranium deposits. Farming makes the country among the top producers of, among others, corn (maize), wheat, sugar, and tobacco. America produces cars, airplanes, and electronics. About 3/4 of Americans work in the service industry.

The top 15 trading partners in terms of total trade are, Canada, China, Mexico, Japan, Germany, UK,  South Korea, France, Netherlands, Brazil, Malaysia, Italy, Singapore and Ireland.

Religion:

There are many different religions in the U.S. Statistically, the largest religion is Christianity, including groups such as Catholicism, Protestantism and Mormonism. Other religions include Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Unitarian Universalism, Wicca, Druidry, Baha’i, Raelism, Zoroastrianism, Taoism and Jainism. Religions which were founded within the United States include Eckankar, Satanismand Scientology. Native American religions have various animistic beliefs.

Languages:

The United States does not have an official language, the United States Congress has considered officially designating English as such for many years, since it is the most used language, and the language in which the United States Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution are written.

Most spoken languages are,  Spanish, Chinese, French, Tagalog, Vietnamese, German, Korean and Arabic.