Possibly. Depending on the conditions of your policy, the claim may be denied or only paid a rediculously small fraction such as 8-10% of the premium value.
Any part of an application for life insurance that can be proven to be a lie can void the policy. Companies that I know of will refund premiums paid, but will not honor the policy.
Any intentional lie on an insurance form will void the policy if they find out.
For every question on an application there are unique circumstances. If you have a claim that is being investigated or has been denied you should contact The Center for Life Insurance Disputes for a free consultation.
If you are a non-citizen moving to Australia, you must go through an application process to become a citizen. Sometimes, the application is rejected.
Not answering an application for insurance has serious consequences. If you 'misrepresent' any information on the application and suffer a claim, then entire claim can be denied.
No becuase she is not a legal citizen
In the US, holding the office of president is denied a naturalized citizen.
What kind of Insurance?
No. They still have to apply for citizenship through the immigration office. Even if they are married the application can be denied.
can a person be denied medical servises due to no insurance
It depends on the reason you were denied.
It's technically possible, depending on why you were denied permanent resident status.
Only a native born citizen can become the President of the US.
A United States citizen can be denied the right to vote if he or she committed a felony. This is call felony disenfranchisement. Also young people are denied the right to vote untill the age of 18.
When an application (or appeal of some case in a lower court) to the Supreme Court is denied, it is called certiorari denied. In fact, it means that the Supreme Court refuses to accept the application or appeal and will not judge on it
I'm not sure why you would want to do this. Why is the owner not getting the insurance? You will be asked on the application for insurance who owns the vehicle, if you are not truthful, you risk, (should a claim arrise), ''mis representation'' on the application and the entire claim can be denied for this. (including the damage you/owner are responsible for to other people)
When they passed what? The question is probably, what if the application is denied, because of a medical problem? If that happens try another company. Do you mean if the applicant lied on their application? Then see http://www.steveshorr.com/wrong.or.imcopmplet.info..htm For more info see www.SteveShorr.com/life.htm
most companys will run a 'clue' or dmv records search which will show all activity on your drivers license... ANY questions on application for insurance must be answered honestly....untruthful, or dishonest answers on an application could result in a 'mis rep' situation....if misrepresentation on an application is proved a claim can be denied..........
Read your insurance policy. A normal life insurance policy would pay the full benefit no matter what after the 2 year incontestable period. The only things that would cause the benefit to be denied during the first two years is if they had lied on the application or if they did not disclose something important on the application. The application will ask about illegal drug use and I'm sure they answered no. If they started using drugs or paint after the application was dated no problem.
The Fifteenth Amendment gave every citizen the right to vote without being denied for race, color, or previous condition of servitude.
An insurance denial attorney will fight for you, should your claim be denied by your insurance carrier.
If your credit card application was denied, you do not have a credit card. You are not in the credit company's system. Therefore, you will not receive a report.
appeal to secondary insurance
To qualify for a K-3 visa, the applicant must be the spouse of a U.S. citizen, must have intent to enter the U.S. in order to complete the application process for permanent residence, and must have a pending application by his or her spouse in the U.S., on his or her behalf. If you were denied that means that you failed to follow these requirements. You may want to work with an immigration attorney to make sure everything is in order.