I have to wait a few more years before I can be naturalized, how can I travel outside of the USA for vacation purposes for a few days(NOT TO MY BIRTH COUNTRY) without a passport, since I can’t get an American passport or an Iranian passport?
answered on Aug 15, 2022
You need to apply for a travel document form I-131 which you could find at a governmental site uscis.gov
I’ve been told the court only excepts payment through Bitcoin. I find that hard to believe. Is this a scam? My friend hit a parked car but didn’t stop. There was no injuries. He is under house arrest now. I’m not comfortable paying that way
answered on Apr 11, 2022
While you should ask a lawyer in Australia, technically, this seems like it is almost certainly a scam.
His Canadian estate consists of the contents of a storage container of household goods in BC and stock in a Canadian company at the time of his death. He was a resident of BC prior to joining me in Ohio. He did not own any vehicles, bank accounts or real estate in Canada. His US estate consists of... Read more »
answered on Jul 21, 2021
A detailed analysis of all the pertinent facts is necessary before anyone can give you a definitive answer. I recommend sitting down with a probate attorney in your area for a full consultation.
I am located in the USA. Someone living in Spain, is threatening to sue me for "defamation" in regards to something I wrote about them on my personal Twitter account. Can they sue me from their country, and aren't my opinions written on my personal Twitter account protected by the... Read more »
answered on Mar 6, 2017
Free speech protections do not apply to defamation, and opinions are not defamation. Defamation is a false statement of fact (not opinion) that damages a person's reputation. If I say John the surgeon is the worst, I am not uttering defamation because that's my opinion of John. If say... Read more »
Couple married back in 2006 at the U.S.embassy in s. Korea, and they never filed their marriage in the states after moving back from the base. They've since split and she's remarried for the past two years. Problem is, he's never signed any divorce papers, and she marked never been... Read more »
answered on Feb 28, 2017
They need to get divorced. There's really no reason to suspect anyone would be charged with an offense. But, if you want to be free and clear, you need to get the two of them to get a lawyer in S. Korea to put through a legal divorce.
I was caught with 6 gram of marijuanas. i was taking into a police department and i signed some paper then i was released after 2 hours. i was entered into pre judgment probation. however, I was discharged from the pre judgment probation 3 months ago. after i earned my bachelor degree i went back... Read more »
answered on Sep 16, 2016
What exactly do you mean when you say you were discharged from the program? Were you then sentenced? And, if so, did you serve your sentence? If there is a warrant for you, it will be a problem when you try to get a new visa. If you were simply sentenced to a fine or probation and completed that,... Read more »
My partner is in Cuba, but Cuba doesn't allow gay marriages.
answered on Jun 6, 2016
If you want to marry a foreign citizen, your best bet is to apply for a finance visa, bring the person to the US and get married here. https://www.uscis.gov/family/family-us-citizens/fiancee-visa/fiancee-visas
Elements of customary law
answered on Jul 5, 2015
There are entire books written on this subject. The basic idea is to analyze historical state practice and those things that states have adopted in their own laws to determine whether a custom of following a certain practice due to moral considerations exists. If a legal custom exists, it may be... Read more »
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