Certainly, all that is necessary is that service is attempted and you have proof of those attempts. If service is physically unsuccessful, you attempt to service the person by registered, restricted delivery, return receipt mail. If this fails, you have the person served by public notice. Once this is accoumplished, you petition the court for a date, show up, and receive your judgment by default.
A person that leaves a country and enters another to escape danger, persecution or disaster is called a "refugee".
leaves his native country forever
Immigrant.. immigrating to other country..
ImmigrantCorrection: Emigrant, not immigrant. Immigrant is a person who comes into a country.
The word is immigrant.
An immigrant to the new country, an emigrant from his or her country of origin
An emigrant is a person who leaves his/her country. An immigrant is a person who arrives and lives in another country
When a car has been repossessed the person paying the insurance should cancel it.
They lose their money.
A person who leaves a country to go live permanently in another is called an emmigrant,
A person who leaves their original country and comes to live in another country by legal means.
A person who can lead a country through actions, words, and apperance.
You should discuss this with an attorney, but the investigation will likely center on the person it was repossessed from.
it is a person who leaves a country and starts a new life somewhere else
An immigrant is a person who comes from one country into another. An emmigrant leaves one country for another.
There is no difference between immigrant and migrant but between immigrant (migrant) and emigrant. If a person has made the decision to leave his or her home country the person is on the one hand an immigrant and on the other hand an emigrant. If the person settles down in an other country, the people of the other country will say the person is an immigrant. But, the people of the home country of the person who has left will say the person is an emigrant. So, to sum up, if a person comes into a foreign country the person is an immigrant and if a person leaves his or her home country the person is an emigrant. come into = immigrant leaves = emigrant
no it can't
Either an emigrant or an immigrant, depending on whether you're talking about the person from the point of view of the country they left or the country they came to.