Looking to sponsor a Cuban to come to United States under a new Biden program this year. I need to fill out a form called I-134 A. This program has the beneficiary in the U.S for 2 years. After the two years expire what happens to the beneficiary and sponsor?
answered on Mar 19, 2023
The answer to this question depends on the specific circumstances of the beneficiary and sponsor, and the type of visa or parole program that is being used.
In general, if the beneficiary is in the United States under a parole program, they may be required to leave the country at the end of... Read more »
What could I be charged with and sentenced to?
answered on Dec 18, 2022
If you are charged as a juvenile, your most likely outcome is probation.
Do I plead guilty or not guilty?
answered on Jan 20, 2022
There is a $25 fine (plus costs) but it will not assess any points on your license if you have a PA license. However, if you have a license from another state (other than PA), and/or a CDL, you need to fight the citation. Section 3309 is considered a serious traffic offense for commercial drivers.... Read more »
answered on Dec 29, 2021
There isn't enough information to even make a educated guess. Many different circumstances and factors will be considered (or should be) by the Court when fashioning a reasonable sentence. The Court will consider that this is not a guilty plea (as your question points out "found... Read more »
his release date is feb 4th but hes been in there for 6 months now. He deserves his half way time but his caseworker not putting in for it. They said he has to stay in till his release date. We need help with this
answered on Sep 17, 2021
Something odd or missing here. Suggest you contact the Pa.Civil Liberties Union, ask for their prison rights section.
When I say “mutual combat” I mean mutually agreed upon fighting (without weapons), with set agreed upon rules, and witnesses with the intent of settling a dispute and not for any other malicious purposes.
answered on Aug 16, 2021
If you have been indicted by the federal government, you would have received some sort of notification from the federal agency involved. If you are concerned that you might have been indicted or that you might be under investigation, you should definitely contact a federal criminal defense attorney... Read more »
And the gun was in fact found in his ex girlfriend bedroom and the gun was registered in her name ! They can’t just say it gun possession if they did not find it on him or in his possession.They had no search warrant when they searched his ex girlfriend house and he was not staying at that... Read more »
answered on Jun 24, 2021
While you haven't asked a question, it is important to understand that he needs to file an appeal and the time to do so is limited. So work with your family to find him a lawyer.
answered on Jun 12, 2021
A person with a any felony conviction on the criminal history would be required to answer "yes" to the question about criminal convictions on the ATF form used when purchasing a firearm. This would preclude someone from buying, and would cause a failure to pass the PICS instant background check.
I have no guns registered in my name.
This happened when the person under 18 so can I get it expunged in the next six months?
Was asked to get something for co-worker on break and I thought the card that I had used was the co-workers card and put it in my pocket and used it. Ended up that it wasn't my co-workers card after all. Since I was last used by card holder at my place of work they matched up the video... Read more »
answered on Nov 24, 2020
It is a felony of the 3rd degree. Maximum is 3.5-7 years. Call a lawyer. The lawyer can call the police officer to see if charges are pending. If they are, a lawyer can make arrangements to turn you in rather than the police coming to arrest you. You need legal representation so start calling... Read more »
I know it was stupid and dumb but I was at my friends home and I was bored I meant no harm and I asked for nothing I called the number and said this is against Martinez of the FBI and your number was associated with prostitution please refrain from committing acts of prostitution. I did not ask for... Read more »
answered on Aug 12, 2020
Actually, this is no joke. Impersonating a federal officer is a very serious crime. You really should consult with a federal criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.
answered on Jun 5, 2020
Do you have a license to carry a concealed weapon? If not, then face mask or not you have problems.
December 31, 2018 my daughter father/ my best friend died from an overdose. No one ever contacted me, his girlfriend, or his mother during this course. I found out who was in charge of his investigation and she asked me to come, she told me alot and what she could, now a new person is in charge. I... Read more »
answered on Feb 18, 2020
There is a lot of information missing here to give you a good answer. Reaching out to the District Attorneys office would be a normal course of action. Keep in mind they may know nothing about the investigation but many times, depending on county, if its a drug delivery resulting in death... Read more »
I'm aware he operates it. I do not have any access to the title the vehicle or my plate. The registration is expired.
answered on Oct 22, 2019
You didn't say why he has the plate. Did you make a copy of everything? Contact PennDot and see what they say. You need to ask them to cancel the registration.
He doesn't have to notarize himself if you give him the car and sign it over and he accepts. However you need to... Read more »
A guard is involved in causing the stabbing of my grandson. He is in Somer Set
I reported this to the security on the cruise ship and they told me that they had no cameras in anywhere. I was punched by a man on deck 10 of the ship. I have a huge black eye from this. I live in Pennsylvania. Is there a way I Can I still pursue this
My father passed away in a nursing home. Not only did they lie about the time of death but my father was struck in the face after he died.
answered on Jul 2, 2019
Call the police department in the town where the nursing home is located, and tell them you want to file charges.
Best of luck to you.
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