Frank had an oral agreement with Sam to sell 200 orange trees ($60 each) and then sent a signed note stating "I confirm your order of 200 orange trees ($60 each). 5 days later, Sam tried to call Frank cancel the order, but only reached Ben, Frank's employee who was just fired. Ben... Read more »
You should speak to a lawyer because ALL details and fine points matter for a correct analysis. Generally, if Frank and Sam are 'merchants' (business people), a set of certain rules will apply and dictate the analysis under the Uniform Commercial Code. This situation needs to be explored...Read more »
I had an oral agreement with a customer to plant 10 trees in her yard and provide five special cares (once a month) after the 6 months planting for $20,000 so the whole process is 1 year and 1 month. I bought the tree at $600 each and materials for one treatment at $300. After 3 treatments (9... Read more »
You should speak to a lawyer because ALL details and fine points matter for a correct analysis. Generally, an oral agreement in many instances can also be valid (although never advisable). Not having a written agreement is going to be challenging to proof in court, unless you, e.g., have direct...Read more »
A customer asked me to plant ten trees in her yard. My worker planted the wrong kind of trees. The customer saw it after the third tree but remained silent. After planting all the trees, she demanded to get rid of the wrong trees and plant the right ones at a 25% discount. Another offer she had is... Read more »
You should speak to a lawyer because ALL details and fine points matter for a correct analysis. Generally, the parties are bound by the terms of the agreement. If the customer wants to modify (renegotiate) the agreement it can be done only per the terms of the agreement and with the other...Read more »
Sam, a delivery guy from X’s company was chased by a dog. Steve, driving and trying to avoid hitting Sam, turned his car to the left and accidentally went into the store and injured himself and three other people. Is Sam or his company liable for the injured people?
You should speak to a lawyer because ALL details and fine points matter for a correct analysis. At first glance, it appears that the driver is fully liable, irrespective of the other circumstances. However, liability is also apportioned in accordance with the state rules for that.
You should speak to a lawyer because ALL details and fine points matter for a correct analysis. Reviewing the documents here to understand the terms of the agreement and other circumstances is important.
I have an approved VAWA which I filed concurrently with I-485. I’m not sure whether to file a motion to terminate removal proceedings or file EORI-43B? Which of these will grant me a GreenCard? Thank you.
It is impossible to know based on the information you provided, what the right steps would be in your case. If a VAWA petition has been approved, you should be able to adjust the status and terminate the 42b proceeding by way of motion but without having fully studied your case it's impossible...Read more »
Assuming your entity is an LLC: unless your articles of an organization specify only pool business (usually they do not) you can absolutely use that entity for various businesses and you have the choice to file multiple DBA's (doing business as registrations) based on the line of business you...Read more »
My J-1 visa is via Au Pair program and it expires April 2023, if I apply for a change of status now with an I-20 for Fall 2023 admission, will I be considered out of status between April and September?
PS: My J1 Visa states that, I’m not subject to the 2 years home return rule.
Hey my mom got her naturalization when I was 15th years old but I was not a permanent resident. So she applied for me right after she got her citizenship and I got my green card when I was 19th and now when I was applying for a citizenship it says I may be already a us citizen because my mom was a... Read more »
We have received a notice today that our N400 naturalization interview is scheduled during a long planned vacation overseas. Is it safe to reschedule the interview or should I just cancel the vacation and try to reduce the non-refundable costs? Thank you!
You must inform the USCIS in writing about the important family or personal reason for why attending their assigned date is impossible for you. A simple family vacation might not be enough grounds to receive a rescheduled date. Speak to a lawyer, is my suggestion.
If you are in removal proceedings before an immigration judge, you should immediately find an immigration attorney who handles removal defense. The same goes for asylum petitions before the USCIS - get a lawyer to consult and accompany you.
There is a lot that goes into asking and answering this question. The legal aspects are probably secondary to business planning. Before you need an attorney you need to have a clear idea, a business plan, sufficient funding, and the right personal environment to launch a business.
I am currently a H1B visa holder. My company has offices in Texas and Mexico, and I am asked to travel back and forth the border every day. Is there any law preventing me from doing so? And will this effect my status in any way? Thanks in advance
I am a F1 student and I'd like to work remotely as an intern for a company outside the US. I talked to multiple advisers at my school's international student services and they told me that, as the company does not have US presence (they checked the company website), they cannot issue CPT... Read more »
What you intend to do afterward, like filing a petition based on marriage is not directly relevant to observing the rules regarding CPT or OPT. Your concern is best discussed with an experienced lawyer first and later with your school. It sounds like a solution in your case is realistic.
The short answer is yes. The issues may arise when it comes to setting up a crypto wallet unless you already have that. But generally your visa status and your legal right to purchase liquid assets are not directly related.
A d/b/a (doing business as) is simply an alternative trade name for a business. Different states have registration requirements for DBA's. A trademark protection or copyright protection are an entirely different issue. There is a process underlying the registration of a trademark or a...Read more »
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