The short answer is yes. But it would not be the store that files charges, it would be the District Attorney's Office in your local county that files the criminal complaint in the superior court after reviewing the police report.
It depends upon the form of the deportation order. If you had a hearing in front of an immigration judge and the court made a decision on any applications for relief you filed with the court, then yes, you have 30-days to file a notice of appeal to the BIA, or Board of Immigration Appeals....Read more »
The two terms are often used interchangeably. However, bail the is dollar amount, set by the court or the county sheriff, that must be posted in order for the accused to be released from custody. Bond is the actual dollar amount deposited by either the accused's family or the bail bonds man with...Read more »
I was a victim of crime that's why I qualified for a U-Visa but I haven't filed taxes in 7 years so I'm wondering if I can get denied the U-Visa because I haven't filed my taxes. So my question is should I get my taxes taken care of first or my green card?
Ford is taking me to court over a Ford I had around 2008. I ask for a rewrite and and saw it said initial for gap cancellation. I stated I do not want it if they are going to cancel my gap over 40.00. The rep said they may not approve it but submit it anyway. Did not recieve a notice that it was... Read more »
I am assuming you case in before the California Court of Appeal. If so, your brief must comport with the California Rules of Court, Title Eight. Specifically you need to comply with rule 8.40, 8.204, 8.212, etc.
As far as the contents of your brief, you should review a law school arcticle...Read more »
This depends on how you obtained your Legal Permanent Residency status. If you are an LPR by virtue of marriage to a USC, and you are still married to the same spouse, then you can apply for naturalization after 3 years. Otherwise, you must wait 5 years and you must have good moral character,...Read more »
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