Can a illegal that has been deported marry a us citizen an be able to get papers?
nope! you have to be citizen to marry someone that is a citizens,
Why would they deport a Mexican married to a us citizen for paper issues then not allow him to return due to not enough hardship reasons is he not a citizen of us after he marries her?
In the US, marriage does not confer citizenship. They still have to fulfill the requirements of INS.
If you deported from the us for use of illegal papers and was deported can you still come back and apply for resident?
it depends sometimes the punish you for 5 years or 10 years until you can reapply for residency. good luck................ ---- You can TRY, but the previous incident would almost certainly be considered and taken into account.
If you are married to an American citizen what do you do to get naturalization or citizenship paper?
You are going to need to contact the Immigration & Naturalization Service.
Is it easier for an illegal to get his papers if he has a passport and came into the USA through an international airport?
No. It makes no difference whether you entered carrying a passport from your nation of origin or entered without documentation. If you did not comply with the immigration laws of the US you are here illegaly.
You can't possibly think that someone will tell you it is ok to forge a person's signature on a legal document.
, To answer you question, Indeed it is Illegal, it is not that serious that you would cop a fine or anything, but it certainly not Legal since you are vandalizing property you don't own.
If a 17 year old has no type of us papers us photo id green card SSN etc. can he still get married in Alabama or Florida?
Florida requires that you have picture ID such as a driver's license and your Social Security card or a valid passport number or I-94 card. You may be asked for a certified copy of your birth certificate.
i think 12 cause im a biological child and i signed a legal guardianship thing
Yes, it would certainly have potential for an interesting argument/debate paper.
It's illegal for a person of any age to toilet paper a house. It is trespassing. Not to mention rude. Would you like it if you had to spend hours unraveling toilet paper from your trees because some kid played a prank on you?
Your divorce was to have been final three days ago Soon to be ex wife refused to sign final papers to mess with you Can you still get engaged not married?
Yes. That is allowable. But, as you already know, your ex wife has to sign those papers! Mess with her also. She'll sign them soon enough.
Iinasmuch as the circumstances of every appeal are individual and specific to that particular case, there are no legally specific documents to word an appeal. Some book stores sell packages of "boiler-plate," "fill-in-the-blank" legal documents but they probably won't be of much help. If you are truly thnking of taking a case to the Court of Appeals, you really should be considering retaining an attorney to do this work for you.
You need to call the VA (Veterans Administration) and request a copy of your DD-214, the document that shows your discharge information and service record on a single page.
It depends upon the state or the country in question. A birth certificate is going to be the biggie. Check with your local governmetn info number for specific info about your jurisdiction.
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If you are the owner of the car then it is ok But, if you are putting in someone's else car then it's not ok.
Your son is going for his citizenshi and wants to put in th 130 for you now so when his becomes a citizen he can continue your papers can that be done?
This is a fairly technical question involving questions of naturalization, immigration, and citizenship. You REALLY need to contact an attorney who specializes in immigration law.
No, there will always be a need in every office for some kind of paper. For example, in a law office, although some courts permit electronic filing of pleadings, most pleadings will still be done on paper. And of course, wills still need to be in writing. Even video-taped wills need a writing.
You can print one off from the computer. Or contact a local USCIS office. Or contact an Immigrant Assistance group. Please be aware that you can e-file for the renewal of your green card online. A: When should a Green Card Renewal application (Form I-90) be filed? You must file a Green Card Renewal application if you are a Lawful Permanent Resident your card will expire within the next six months. A Green Card renewal… Read More
If it is done according to the laws of THAT country, yes. HOWEVER - a guardianship may not be legal in a foreign country. If you emigrate, or travel, you would have to ascertain whether the laws of the country you are entering legally recognize it. .
Of course you can. You must be aware of the consequences. Of course you can. However, you need to consider the alternatives, particularly if you are buying a service, or have been ordered to sign by a court. You have a right to get advice before signing or to ask that the agreement be amended. If, in the case of having partial ownership in a home, you do not want to sign a quitclaim, you… Read More
Yes, it's considered vandalism.
What kind of subpoena form do you need to get a copy of a parent that has passed away power of attorney papers from a bank?
The POA would have expired when your parent died. If there are estate assets you should petition the probate court to be appointed the Administrator of the estate. Once appointed the court will issue "Letters of Administration" that will enable you to access your parent's bank account and records, and any other accounts. As Administrator you wll be legally empowered to handle all the assets of the estate.
Are the only reasons that people get served papers are to appear in court or that you are being sued?
summons or subpoena.
Yes, in the US, Canada, in Mexico and in about 20 countries worldwide.
What does a seventeen your old girl who has alredy had a baby and wants to get married to the father of the child need to do if her mother will not sign the papers?
either wait until you are 18...or sue her
There are many places online where one can go to get divorce papers. One can get divorce papers online at popular on the web sources such as Divorce Writer and 3 Step Divorce.
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A reference. It is best to use the MLA Format when citing these references.
Yes. If you have made and documented every effort to locate your husband and cannot find him you can get permission from the court to publish a "motion to serve" in the newspaper. If you still can't get his attention to serve him with divorce papers within 60 days, you'll go back to get a new summons and additional time. It is pretty much up to the judge from that point forward.
I just got a new job. I'm on Social Security Disability. I sent an email to my new boss telling him that he will be receiving papers for that soon. Is there a chance I could get fired?
Yes. If you are collecting disability insurance then you cannot work.
You need to add more details. What papers are you referring to?
Fingerprints are left by the oils that your skin produces....Fingerprints can only be wiped from glossy types of paper,such as the paper that is used in photos, magazines,and glossy pages in books,fliers ect..because the fingerprint remains on the surface and the glossy finish prevents it from being absorbed into the paper...Fingerprints can't be wiped from porus type paper such as newspaper,printer paper,school paper,envelopes,and other non glossy sationary..because the paper absorbs the oils left by your… Read More
no you can't.
which part of research paper provides an organized list of the sources used
If Mexican nationals apply for US citizenship they might get legal papers, IF they are accepted as US citizens.
By hiring a process server or 'skip tracer' to search for the person, if you are unsuccessful, you may get authorization from the court to provide notice and achieve service though publication in a legal news paper or some other means. State laws usually set out options for service in different legal proceedings.
you should go go to city hall
In Egypt, There is Notary Public for documents notarization. Address: ICU Immigration & Associates Address: 16 Khan Younis Street, Mohandseen, Giza, Egypt Tel: 202-33459623 Mobile: 01005298720
My husband has me sign papers then takes them to his lawyers office to be notarized without me present. Is that considered legal?
The purpose of a notary is to witness your signature or "seal" on a document. It is not legal for a notary to affirm in writing that you personally appeared before them and signed a document, if you did not do so. Furthermore, you should not sign papers unless you fully understand what they are for. Speak up and pay attention. The attorney should be reported to the state board of bar overseers and to… Read More
If you engaged the process server, or sheriff, you have the authority to contact them and cancel service. Lawfirms usually hold up service if there is a problem with the address information, but do not often cancel service. I believe payment would be required anyway with a sheriff. If you are the intended recipient, you have no authority except to accept service.
There is no law that you have to put an obituary in a paper. However, in settling the estate, you do have to advertise for those that the deceased may owe money to. In some places an obituary can serve as notice.
(I hope that you got a bill of sale from the owner you bought it from.) Take the bill of sale to the DMV and apply for a title.
There is a form to fill out at your dmv office, then you wait about a month to get the owners info back from dmv, cause there might be a lien on it, if there is a lien on the car the dmv will give you there contact info, so you can call the lien holder to tell them to pick it up, if i were you and the car has a lien on it… Read More
If you are going to sign it you should be able to read it. If you are forced to sign something that you cannot read, put a hand written note next to your signature saying that you are not able to read the paper that your are signing. If it comes to court that gives you grounds to challenge it. Most people don't know that if something is hand written on a contract is contrary… Read More
If you filed your own divorce, you should have kept a copy when you filed it. If you had an attorney file it, that attorney would have sent you a copy. If you did not, the clerk of the court would have the original and could make you a copy. Most clerks charge a nominal fee per page for copies.
Not unless you wish to contest the order. If you wish to contest the order you can file a motion with the court in opposition to the order. You may represent yourself (many do) or be represented by an attorney if you wish.