Drivers license, apartment lease, mortgage statement, pay stubs,car registration, and tax returns are considered proof ofresidency.
no depends were they came from
The answer depends on the marriage laws your jurisdiction. A marriage license is required for a valid civil marriage in ever state in the United States and most other Western countries. However, nine U. S. states still recognize common law marriage to some degree . In that case there would be no...
This is far too complicated and specific of a question to try toanswer without appropriate legal counsel. You should speak with animmigration attorney in your jurisdiction.
It's not that easy. You should consult with a good immigration attorney, or an immigration aid center. If you are already not legal, the ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) takes a dim view of you all of a sudden wanting to marry an American. And there are waivers that will be needed - and...
Yes, a person has the authority to name whomever he/she wishes.Additionally, that person can name multiple agents for power ofattorney.
Yes, you do need a Visa when traveling from America to Thailand.
Yes, upon death any power of attorney granted by that person ceasesto be effective.
If I'm not mistaken its 4 months.
Yes. The owner of the item may leave a will where the "item" isbequeathed. However, if the item is a large financial orproperty/business then other parties may take exception to this andchallenge the will. It is always appropriate to seek out a legalprofessional to ensure the the wishes of the...
Why don't you contact the Court House in Palm Springs, surely they can answer your question or the Police Department will also have your answer.
Depending on the state and country you live in, the laws vary.However, a restraining order CAN be lifted by the person who askedthe judge to issue it by scheduling a hearing with the court, andexplaining why the order of protection should be lifted. This is ageneral answer, but there are a lot of...
Someone who has no legal capacity, e.g. a person who is mentallyincapable, a minor, etc.
Maintaining Permanent Residence .
You may be found to have abandoned your permanent resident status if you: .
-Move to another country intending to live there permanently. .
-Remain outside of the US for more than one year without obtaining a reentry permit or returning resident visa....
can a convicted felon be a power of attorney for their parent?
The Power of attorney is invalid after death. depends which one you have the one i had when my dad pass was invalid after death and they usually lock the account and you cant get anything unless "will" says so and no bills to pay
The pricipal can revoke the power of attorney.
No, school records cannot serve as primary identification. Birthcertificates and Social Security Numbers are must for applying forTexas id. If you have current passport or any other identificationcard, that could be used as primary proof of identity. Schoolrecords would just act as supporting...
You can see 'free previews' at pretty much every website that offers the form.
If they have a restraining order against him that says that he may not approach you, then even on your 18th birthday, he can't approach you. However, on your 18th birthday, you may go to the court house that issued it, and file a motion to amend the order, exempting you from it. Assuming the order...
An executor is not allowed to do whatever they wish unless thatpower was specifically granted in the Will. An executor hasabsolutely no power until the Will has been filed for probate andthe court has appointed the executor. Once appointed the executorhas the authority to settle the estate ...
Yes The Name can be removed You have to send a copy of your Court Determination of Non-Paternity to your States Birth/Death Certificate Record Department.
Do you mean will the U.S. will let you back in without a green card? yes if you have a valid visa, such as a B1 visa or H1B visa. You can also apply for an Advance Parole while you are waiting for your green card to come in.
You can marry, but your marriage does not change your immigration status since neither of you is a US citizen.
Yes, but only in very special circumstances. If the wife is missingor dodging the papers, sometimes the judge will go ahead andapprove the divorce. However, if it is being done that way just tobe sneaky, no. A judge will not approve that.
in the probate office of the county the deceased resided in.
No, you can't remarry if divorce papers are filed but not final.
i am not sure its a good idea on the part of the Attorney's office,the Employer or the one to be served the notice, a more casual andfavorable time is prescribed
Marriage is a legal status and a marriage license is required inthe United States. A Christian minister cannot perform a marriageceremony without a valid marriage license. There would be no validmarriage. A ceremony in which two people commit under religious or socialconstructs is generally known...
Not automatically but you have a better chance of getting approved.
You will need to file form I-90. under Part 2, Application type, Number 2, Reason for Application, check box "d" which reads "My card was issued with incorrect information because of a USCIS administrative error." Include any documents that support your claim with your application. You must submit...
She don't have to sign it. As long as the papers are given to herand properly served in any state. If she does not sign it than it means that she is accepting thedivorce and has no plans in stopping you. However since she is in prison make sure to get an experiencedattorney to start the paper work....
Get ahold of the executor/executrix. File a claim with the Surrogate court where the will was probated.
An executor, if he or she has received Letters Testamentary fromthe court, is responsible for being the agent of the deceased.He/she gathers the assets, pays the debts, & distributeswhatever is left over.
The only information you will need is the person who is grantingthe power's full name and address. You will also need to authorizea power of attorney form and have it notarized. You will also need to know the name (preferably the full legalname) of the person to whom the power of attorney is granted...
If you entered the US lawfully, the process can take as little as 6months. If you entered the US unlawfully, you will need to obtain ahardship waiver and then return to your country for an interview.If you are abroad, the process takes about one year.
No, two totally different things.
Generally speaking, no; only if the person holding power ofattorney also signed individually or fraudulently authorized theestate to become indebted.
im sorry, but that question does not make sense, they do not "forgive" anything if you marry a citizen, no matter how the citizen abtained citizenship. I am a American citizen, and I am white, I was born in Washington state. I married a Mexican immigrant, we have been together for 7 years, and we...
When a plaintiff (deceased) is suing out of their estate; The estate of a deceased plaintiff; Intestacy - leaving behind no will.
You can order a copy of a Wisconsin birth certificate from the Wisconsin Vital Records Office. You can apply in person, by mail, or by fax. Proper ID is required, such as photo driver's license or ID card, or 2 of either a government issued employee ID badge with photo, passport, checkbook, bankbook...
When a will has been filed for probate, there is a short period at the commencement of a probate proceeding when it may be contested. Any objection must be filed with the court during that period or the right to object is lost.
where can I print out a n application for a birth certificate
In some cases no, if the preacher has a marriage certificate though he may ask to see one.
\nThe person who grants a Power of Attorney can revoke it at any time. If they own real estate they should record a notice in the land records that the POA has been revoked. They should notify any bank, broker, etc. (anywhere it has been used) that the POA has been revoked. It could be...
Yes, although the POA document should specify if ALL have to actjointly or if any 1 can act alone.
Yes. If the messages are still available they can be subpoenaed.Even if they are deleted hey can still be accessed.
NO. as far as i know, if you agree, no body can tell you different. go to www.findlaw.com click on your state, go to the family law site and look it up.
Refer to your Security Forces Squadron's Operating Instructions,specific to your base and unit.
No. Not unless that power was granted in the Power of Attorney document. You should request the attorney-in-fact provide proof of that power. If possible you should consult with an attorney who can review the situation and determine what your options are and what your financial responsibilities will...
As I understad the question I am reading it as so. Your father had a power of attorney over your bank account. Your father died and you wish to find out what has happened regarding your bank account. First your father would no longer be your attorney in fact do to his death. If this was something...
If you are referring to North Oconee High School, then yes it is a legal document
He was born in Hawaii in 1961.
That depends upon how long they want to visit. If they are coming for a week, they don't have to be sponsored. If they have passports they can come as tourists. Almost anyone can come to visit the US (certain types of criminal records make people ineligible even to visit). It's only the people who...
Which ID card you are asking about? Driving License, Passport Card,Birth Certificates, Social Security Number, US Citizenship etc.Each ID card has information based on the type of card issued. Nameand DOB would be basic information all the card contains.
The Order of Protection absolutely forbids anyone , even familymembers, from contacting you in any way, shape, or form with thepurpose of discussing or encouraging communication with therecipient of the protective order. You should consult your attorneyor the judge if extenuating circumstances exist...
Your attorney would be best to answer that questions. Since we donot have the full facts of the case and this place does not providelegal advice since not everyone here is an attorney. Call your lawyer or Google one for a free consultation.
As long as the power of attorney included the ability to sell the house. People like to see the specific property in such a document. You can obtain title insurance as well.
You need to sue them in court and win.
Retain an attorney to work things out, do not try to go this alone.
It depends on the laws of the jurisdiction & the leaseagreement. However, the general answer is "no".
Notarize and place it in case file
You have to contact the Vital Statisitics Office of your state whowould have a record of it.
You would file a suit for divorce the court of appropriate jurisdiction and ask the court to equitably divide assets and debts, make custody and child support decisions, and declare you legally divorced. You should contact an attorney who practices family law in your area for more information.
You cannot obtain a legal marriage license in the US under the age of 16. There are a couple of states that will allow it, but it requires a court order from a judge.
Agree with first contributor. Provided you have the requiredidentification and information with you, it can usually be donewhile you wait. Call ahead to learn exactly what you will need tobring.
Which country can a Nigerria get Visa So Esay?
It really depends on how the power of attorney is written, and which powers it gives to the agent in fact. It can give the agent the power to sign for the principal in differing capacities. If the principal is a signer on a business account, then yes someone who is the POA can have access to it....
yes it starts with "A" followed by eight or nine numbers.
There is no trail. The issue is dead. Obama will not provide a copy but the evidence suggests he was born in the U.S. They like to keep the issue alive to make fools of the "birthers". Another Answer: There is no credible information, only rumor about a new court date to refile this case. In...
yes you can sign your rights over because the legal system will allow it..
Single fathers have no rights.
No, you must be 18 to sign legal documents.
You are free to do as you like. However, as long as what you dodoes not conflict with the divorce case you should be fine. If thefurniture you are looking to move is of question in a divorce casethan you shouldn't move it.
No, but you will be obligated to pay child support without any rights. see links below
Romania is part of the European Union, so Romanian travelersgenerally do not require a visa for traveling to other membernations. Outside of the European Union, visa requirements varyaccording to the country being visited.
It means you have a legally appointed agent that represents you.
If this is your baby than your name should be on the certificate. Regardless if your name is on the certificate or not you will still have to pay child support if this is your baby. There are a lot of people who were never married that are paying child support so the divorce is irrevelant. Why would...
What does "twink" mean to you? If it means an error in spelling, grammar or something simlilar, no. Look the word up online. You'll be surprised what "twink" means.
A paternity test for starters. Just depends on your circumstances. If the original father abandoned the child than adoption proceedings would have to stop for the new father.
Assuming you mean in the U.S.A., no, you are not married simplybecause you obtained a LISCENSE to marry. That just means that youCAN be married. You must take your marriage license and go to aperson whom is legally allowed to perform a marriage in your state,such as a "Justice of the Peace", or an...
No. Going to the Courthouse and filing a Restraining Order does notcost a dime. There are also great people (advocates) there who willassist you in the entire process- A-Z as it can be a frighteningand confusing time. Please ask for these advocates if you are notcontacted by one!
NO!Unless you are an attorney licensed to practice law and has theclient permission, or you have a POA (power of attorney) todo such a thing on behalf of a caretaker you cannot sign anythingon somebody behalf.
There are specific details you must say on your letter, after which you must notarize the letter. You can find a sample letter on this website: http://www.invitationletter.net/
welll if you think about it logically if you stilll lovedhim why were you breaking up with him