Ask your recruiter. He will be familiar with the applicable laws and Army regulations.
If you haven't signed a contract you can because you are not legally bound to certain branch until you sign enlistment papers. Just make sure it is absolutely what you want to do.
of course not, if you signed the papers then you can't return it.
On insurance papers, signed at state simply means the person who is purchasing the insurance signed the legal document. These usually need to be signed in front of a notary.
Yes you can get emancipated at seventeen but there is always paperwork that needs to be signed by both you and your parents/guardian. There has to be a reason for your emancipation.
Yes i beileve that it is ok that you can move in with your boyfiends because when i was 18 i was told to go to the court house and sign papers to be emancipated and i did.... i live with my boyfriends family and have been here for about 3 years since i have signed them papers... when you emancipate yourself you are no longer under there rules you are on your own.... moving in with there parents could say taht you do not have a place to go so when they take you under there wing they gave you a place to stay........
The Federalist Papers were all signed with the pen name "Publius," but were written anonymously by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay.
A person should be able to get a down payment back on a car if papers have not yet been signed. Only after the papers have been singed is the purchase official.
then your still married
Papers were signed in 1991.
For the US, December 1941 until August/Sept 1945. Japan signed her surrender papers in September. Germany signed their surrender papers in May 1945.
It would normally be the state's Secretary of State that puts the state seal on all official papers signed by the governor.
Enlisted go to basic training, and officers go to officer's basix. Enlisted go to their advanced inividual training based on what was agreed upon and signed on the contract with the recruiter.
1836 in appomattox Virginia
he signed papers for civil rights
signed by both parties
yes, it's not the ceremony that counts, it's the papers
The purpose of the Federalist Papers was to advocate for the ratification of the US Constitution. The Constitution was signed on September 17, 1787.
A witness signiture can be signed by anyone who saw you sign the papers
Yes, but only if you have not signed any papers.
The rights for a woman who signed adoption papers when she was very young vary by state, but if everything was done legally there is usually no going back. A family law attorney in the state where the papers were signed can let you know if it was done legally or not.