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Invitation Meeting February 27, 2015

Dear GPWA Members and Guests,

 Please join us for our monthly meeting on
Friday, Februar 27 at 6:00pm.

Registration is required by February 22nd!

NEW LOCATION!

Due to renovations at the Marriott until end of March our meeting now takes place at

Ginopolis Restaurant

27815 Middle Belt Road

Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Tel. (248) 851-8222

Topic: 

Identity Theft – Protection for your Family and Life Events / Family Legal Plans for the 21st Century Woman

Guest Speaker: Mary Elmore Woods

MWoods

Mary Elmore Woods, LegalShield, Independent Associate, retired from the Marketing Department of AT&T several years ago after 26 yrs.

President/Owner of Marees Favorite Things LLC since 2011. My LegalShield journey started in June of 2009.

My mission is to inform everyone about the Identity Theft Protection and Legal Service Plans of LegalShield.

Worry Less, Live More when you are protected.

Tickets are $ 28.  Included is a family style dinner. Please bring a check issued to GPWA, Inc. (preferred) or bring cash.

The restaurant expects final head count by February 22nd. Please be considerate and register by this date by  Email to email hidden; JavaScript is required an. Late registrations cannot be accomodated at our temporary location, sorry!

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Wichtige Hinweise zur Ausstellung von Reisepässen

Click on the links below to read more about passport information for German citizen:

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INS no more…

On March 1, 2003, the Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS) was abolished and transformed into three separate entities, one of which is the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS). The former INS is now part of the new Department of Homeland Security and can be found online at www.immigration.gov.

While the BCIS has moved to a different web address, the actual service locations have remained unchanged. On a fact sheet issued by the BCIS the following information is given:

• Official forms and documents issued by the former INS will still be valid and will continue to be accepted by the BCIS and other agencies as evidence of status in the United States.

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