No, being unlicensed is against the law in any state and being uninsured is against the law in most states, legal or illegal. If you're an illegal alien and you are found with no license or insurance you face charges like anybody else, and if they know you're illegal they can report you to Immigration.
even just the part about being uninsured is illegal.....
No, the unlicensed child is not covered under the parents policy unless that child is a scheduled driver on the parents policy. It is illegal to operate a motor vehicle on public roads with out a drivers license. Most parents already know that. It is also illegal to operate that vehicle on public roads without proof of financial responsibility. Fortunately the Parents are insured for acts of negligence in allowing the unlicensed child to illegally operate the vehicle. So basically the child is not a covered driver. Now the Insurance company will most likely pay a claim or loss if the unlicensed uninsured child has an accident. The claim would be paid not because the child was covered but rather the Insurer would be paying a negligence claim against the covered parents.
If the unlicensed massage therapist is your friend who is just giving you a massage, then no, not really. However, if you go to a massage therapist's business and they are unlicensed, then yes it is illegal. You need a license to ensure you're acceptable to the standards of being a massage therapist.
Your liability insurance extends to all drivers of your vehicle, unless otherwise specified. There may be riders on your policy stating that unlicensed drivers are not covered. The driver's immigration status is not your problem. It isn't relevant. However, most undocumented aliens in the US do not have driving licenses. If you knowingly let an unlicensed driver operate your vehicle, you open a real can of worms for yourself. The liabilities could be tremendous. Many small insurance companies will sell insurance to cover unlicensed and undocumented drivers. The price can be huge for very little coverage.
No. Unlicensed contractors are technically illegal, so the state does not allow liens to be filed.
You can be arrested for possessing a illegal firearm.
depending on where you're from, in most states it's illegal.
You will most likely get a talking to and a fine for driving an unlicensed car on the street, if the cop is in a good mood. You might also get arrested, because driving an unlicensed vehicle is illegal. And if you are arrested, they can prevent you from getting a drivers license, or take one you already have. So really, just wait and take the kart to a race track
Well it kinda is.
While there are many types of gambling that are legal, there are some that are illegal as well. These types of illegal gambling include unlicensed casinos and sports betting.
Copyright infringement of software.
In Georgia, illegal immigrants are not permitted to obtain drivers' licenses.
no its not illegal
No. Illegal immigrants cannot legally obtain a drivers license in any state in the US.
These illegal trolley drivers in question are most likely Mexican and have migrated too far north into San Francisco.
In New Jersey it is the driver who rear ended him who is at fault. However, that does not mean that the illegal unlicensed driver will not face deportation.
No. It's illegal and people who are unlicensed could get up to life in prison depending on the treatment they illegally did.
Legally, yes. Whether or not his license status would create problems of a different nature would depend on the laws of the state where he does business. Of course if he were getting paid "off the books" he probably would want to consider the consequences of taking an oath in a court of law before filing a lawsuit. A unlicensed illegal contractor cannot sue you since he or she is illegal. Something illegal cannot be the subject of a lawsuit. California Business & Professions Code Section 7031 allows you to recover all compensation paid to an unlicensed contractor for work done during four years prior to the filing of law suit. Make sure you file before the four year anniversary of the illegal work. Answer It is true that an unlicensed contractor cannot sue to recover "compensation." However, an unlicensed contractor who is considered a "developer of mass produced housing subject to claims for strict liability" could sue a subcontractor for equitable indemnity type claims. Furthermore, there has been no case interpretation on whether or not you can recover monies paid to an unlicensed contract when you knew at the time of entering into the contract that the contractor was unlicensed. At least one noted construction law attorney has opined that a homeowner might be prevented from recovering the compensation in such cases.
It is illegal to sell alcohol to persons under the age of 18 in Spain. Additionally, a recent law made it illegal for unlicensed establishments to sell alcohol between 10 pm and 9 am.
Unlicensed copying and re-distribution of Video Games is illegal- most games today have a feature protecting them from this- don't try it.