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    Tuesday, April 24, 2018
    A monthly feature highlighting one of Treece Financial Group's distinctive clients …George Neary: All That Glitters is George!Magic City Ambassador: Historian, Preservationist, Marketer & PromoterView video? George Neary sparkles. Light beams out in all directions from his hat, jacket and most other fashion he adorns when out and about as the Associate Vice President of Cultural Tourism and LGBT ...read more
    Categories: LGBT News, Arts and Culture, Community, Human Interest
    Monday, September 25, 2017
    Q: Please share with us a bit of your personal background(s).A:With my parents coming from the Southern tip of Italy Puglia, food and gastronomy have always played a huge role in my life. From my mother I learned about fruit and vegetables perusing the local markets and from my dad I learned my butchering skills. You can see the influences of my Italian heritage in the R House menu today. As a ...read more
    Categories: LGBT News
    Friday, March 24, 2017
    Q: Please share with us a bit of your personal background.A: South Florida has been my home for the last seven years and I’ve loved every minute of it. With its wonderfully diverse people, warm weather and beautiful beaches, every day is an adventure here. Prior to my move, I lived in Los Angeles California where I still have the majority of my Colombian/Peruvian family and many incredible ...read more
    Categories: Education, Economic, LGBT News
    Tuesday, March 21, 2017
    We have a new administration, what now? A Brief Overview of US Immigration Benefits for individuals who identify as LGBTQOn January 20, 2017, President Elect Donald J. Trump was sworn in as our nation's 45th President. Throughout his campaign President Elect Trump bowed to make the deportation of illegal immigrants one of his top priorities. This negative rhetoric towards immigrants has left ...read more
    Categories: Papers/Research, Political, Human Interest, LGBT News
    Tuesday, January 31, 2017
    AILA Doc. No. 17012960 | Dated January 29, 2017 Upon returning to the U.S., Legal Permanent Residents (LPR) should not automatically surrender their green cards if asked to do so. An individual does not lose LPR status as a result of time abroad. They remain an LPR until a final order of removal is issued and the government must prove abandonment by clear, unequivocal, and convincing evidence ...read more
    Categories: LGBT News, Political, Papers/Research
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