What would happen to the person who bails out if the person who was bailed out of jail leaves the country?
They lose their money.
What happens to a person that gets bailed out of jail and has to go to court but does not show up leaves the country comes back again and they catch him Is their a possibility of getting bail again?
EXTREMELY unlikely. You now have a record establishing you as a flight risk.
A person that leaves a country and enters another to escape danger, persecution or disaster is called a "refugee".
Immigrant Correction: Emigrant, not immigrant. Immigrant is a person who comes into a country.
If a person takes large cash advances and maxes out multiple credit cards and then permanently leaves the country what will happen to them?
Well, if you go to Mexico and stay on permanet alert, probobly nothing bad would happen but your credit would get ruined.
A person to whom property is bailed
Immigrant.. immigrating to other country..
leaves his native country forever
An immigrant to the new country, an emigrant from his or her country of origin
The word is immigrant.
it will rust
A person who leaves a country to go live permanently in another is called an emmigrant,
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… Read More
A person who leaves their original country and comes to live in another country by legal means.
An immigrant is a person who comes from one country into another. An emmigrant leaves one country for another.
If a person gets arrested on a small claims can he get bailed out
it is a person who leaves a country and starts a new life somewhere else
EMIGRANT: a person who leaves his own country region to settle in another.
A person who is arrested for drugs and was bailed out but never showed up in court What well happen next?
The money (or property) that was put up and accepted by the court as his bail bond is forfeited to the court, and the absconder will have the charge of fugitive added to his other charge(s).
In the book to kill a mockingbird when the children plan to send a letter to the person who leaves the gifts they are prevented how does his happen who does it and why might they do so?
In this book to things happen. You either get hurt or killed.
Either an exile or a refugee, depending on whether they were ordered to leave or not.
an emigrant is a person that leaves the country. so an emigrant of the us would not have to be a us citizen. An immigrant is a person who comes into the country, and i think that's what you mean.
If it's the person that has to pay the alimony that leaves the country then no. He still has to pay, but if he doesn't want to pay, then there is nothing you can do about it. It is basically his choice if he wants to pay or not. American courts only have jurisdiction in America.
An immigrant enters a country, an emigrant leaves a country... So I don't think it can be just one word. It would have to be something like 'person who left their country.'
Emigration refers to when someone leaves there country or area, and immigration refers to when that person goes to or arrives at a new country or area
it would be cray.
émigrant or immigrant (same meanings as the English cognates)
A person who leaves one country to settle permanently in another. A plant or animal that establishes itself in an area where it previously did not exist. Someone who moves into your country to live, from a foreign country.
A person who comes into a country from another country, usually for permanent residence. Someone coming into a new country from a different one. (an emigrant is one who emigrates, or leaves - an immigrant is one who comes in)
Can a person who came into the US legally on a visitor's visa that is now expired petition for adjustment ot status through her US citizen husband?
Yes, a person who entered the country legally may adjust status from within the US. If the person leaves the country before the process is complete,
immigrant is a person who enters a country or enters a new place (new environment) emigrant is when someone leaves a country or enters a new place (new environment)
Yes, that can happen. It is usually transmitted through water that is infected and it can cross borders. It is possible from someone to catch it from another person, but that is rare.
the holocaust 2 that's what will happen theres no point denying that's no whats goin to happe to every coloured person in the country
Emigration means a person who leaves his country for some problem, like war or races. its a bunch of crap there not even square
Yes, the word 'immigrant' is a noun, a singular, common noun; a word for a person who leaves one country to settle permanently in another.
If a person is arrested in Dallas county and bailed out of jail does bailing them out void their right to public defender?
No. I believe that the requirement for the appointment of a Public Defender is income-based.
European Americans colonized in the United States. Immigration is when a person leaves their own country for another country, but according to the Europeans the United States was the "New World" and was not yet a country, thus all the fighting.
No, lice don't live in leaves. They usally travel from person to person.
A person does not lose his or her natural born citizenship by marrying a citizen of another country.
That would depend upon in which country they were caught, at what time and by whom.
They will be back.
When a person is being held in a county jail on warrant from another county, then a bail bond cannot be posted until that person has been transported to the county which issued the warrant.
the effects of brain drain is the population of other country,is the people that have intellegent&strenght can have a great job in the other country.what will happen in your country if there's no more professional person?
An immigrant is someone who has immigrated from one place of origin to another, such as a person living in Japan for 20 years and has moved to England, this person is called an immigrant. A person who leaves one country to settle permanently in another. An immigrant is a person who moves from one country to another to live there. A good immigration service is high-net-worth-immigration.com , they offer a range of citizenship-by-investment programs… Read More
What does it mean when person used to have a 6000 bond but now had a new fugitive charge added on with 0 bond?
It means they skipped their bond, and they can't be bailed back out when they're finally caught.
For someone who has dual nationality say country x and country y what will happen if they do something that is a crime in country x but is not a crime in country y while living in country y?
A person with dual citizenship must obey the laws of the current country they are in. They cannot be punished for a crime committed while in a different country. You are only responsible for the law of the land that you are in.
Periods or; evert month an ovula (egg) is ripend and the womb is prepared for fertilization. When this doesn't happen, the ovula needs to be cast out. To do this, slime comes off the womb which leaves little wounds. That's why blood is involved in periods. The amount is variable from person to person
What would happen if a person is on probation and just leaves to another state without telling his officer?
He would be charged with absconding and once apprehended would be returned ot incarceration, where he would likely await trial for escape.