Section 8 is considered a means tested public benefit and cannot be counted towards the minimum income level required on the affidavit of support form. Your husband’s income cannot be counted unless he has permission to work. If you cannot qualify to be his financial sponsor due to insufficient...View More
He dislocated my knee and foot was injured. the school knows of his issues yet refuses to put this child where he can get the help he needs. I will not be able to return to my profession due to my injuries. He attacks other students and teachers..kicking, biting, etc.
So any injury that occurs on the job entitles you to Worker’s Compensation through your employer. However, if it is a third-party that injured you, you can pursue a claim against the child’s parents provided that the parents knew or should’ve known that their child was extremely dangerous,...View More
Doubtful because he hasn’t violated US immigration laws. That being said, he will still be required to obtain a police clearance certificate from every country that he has lived in for more than six months since the age of 21.
How long does someone have to hand in their home owners insurance to an attorney ?
I Was bit by a neighbors dog and they haven’t submitted their homeowners insurance policy to my attorney yet. They were mailed 3 letters since 4/20/23. My question is how long does this go on until they are... View More
In most states, the homeowner is not under any legal duty to provide his insurance information upon receiving a demand letter from an attorney. In addition, most homeowners policies do not cover dog bites, unless the homeowner pays for an additional “rider” to his policy. The only way that an...View More
Can I file the O-1 Visa on my own, or will it be faster with an Immigration Lawyer? Also, what are the costs involved, most specially with a lawyer? I'm on a tight budget and would appreciate any assistance from this site to expedite the process. Thank you!
Don’t be Pennywise and pound foolish. Yes, you can do it on your own, but you stand a much greater chance of success if you have counsel representing you throughout the process. Attorneys fees vary depending on the complexity of the case of the experience of the attorney. Counsel in any state can...View More
He was attacked while in prison and needed help but he was left in a cell for 3 days before getting taken to a hospital, so lost sight in one eye and other one injured. He has no money or resources and no family. If it matters, he is listed as white, but nearly half Cherokee. His crimes were... View More
The US Supreme Court has held that a plaintiff has to prove that the prison acted with deliberate indifference in delaying medical treatment and that that delay caused the medical injury that would not have occurred in the absence of the delay. Did your friend actually lose his eyesight 100%?...View More
Hello, My Australian girlfriend is traveling on an ESTA to the U.S From October to January and I was wondering if it is possible to be able to marry her within this time and file for an Adjustment of status before she has to go home? I have many concerns as to if it is possible. I want to propose... View More
A US citizen can sponsor a foreign national, who enters the United States on ESTA, and sponsor her for a green card. You may run into issues if you are deployed, primarily because you would still need to attend the marital interview. You should retain counsel here in the United States to process...View More
We are both on the same insurance policy. A woman was crossing the road with all black scrubs on and he ran over her foot as he was taking a left out of an ER driveway. The area is not well lit. The lighted crosswalk was 30 feet away but she was not in the crosswalk when he hit her. The officers... View More
If you and your husband are living together under the same roof, even though the car is registered in your name, he should also be an co-insured under the same insurance policy. Turn over any summons that you get from the accident victims lawyer to your insurance carrier, and they should provide a...View More
I recently had a car accident. It occurred when I was turning left, and the oncoming car was speeding. The cop gave me the violation ticket and judged it was my fault. However, I was sure the car was speeding, and the cop also reported that the oncoming car was unable to take unevasive action. In... View More
You need to retain a personal injury attorney here in Florida on contingency fee which means you pay nothing unless you win. The police officer’s opinion as to who was at fault for the accident is not dispositive of liability in a civil case.
This might be a dumb question, but I cannot find the answer. Can my British fiancè come to the US on an ESTA to get married with the intention of returning home to the UK? I am a US citizen and we've plenty of evidence that he'll be returning home. We plan for me to join him when all is... View More
If a British citizen enters the United States on an ESTA visa waiver, with the intention of temporarily staying here, but thereafter decides to get married and remain permanently , (because he changed his mind), then, yes it is possible for him to adjust status if he gets married to a US citizen....View More
I have been in the US for the past two years as a J1 research scholar. My research program has ended last month (end date is April 27th on my DS2019,) and I was not able to extend it. I have filed form I-539 to apply for a visa change to B2, as I need to attend some conferences in... View More
You need to show that you have enough financial resources to pay for your living expenses while you’re in visitor status. This would include bank statements showing how much savings you have or brokerage statements showing securities like stocks bonds or crypto that can be liquidated to pay for...View More
This would depend on the facts. If the spill was the cause of the tenant then it’s more than likely the tenant would bear the cost of cleanup. A potential source of recovery to pay for the cleanup would be either a renters insurance policy or the landlord’s liability policy. Both policies...View More
Under Terry v Ohio, a police officer is permitted to do a reasonable search for weapons for his protection where he has reason to believe that he is dealing with an armed and dangerous individual, regardless of whether he has probable cause to arrest the individual for a crime. The scope of this...View More
I am a U.S. citizen and my wife is a Swedish citizen. We are both in Sweden currently but I’m heading back to the U.S. soon so I would like to bring her with. We have a child together and our child is a US citizen as well
A US citizen can sponsor a foreign national spouse, who entered the United States legally, for her green card. If the spouse enters the United States on ESTA or a tourist visa with the intention to remain permanently, then that would technically be an immigration violation. However, If she entered...View More
Me and my bf been dating for 2 years and we still haven't seen each other. He's a US citizen and i'm from Lebanon. He tried many times to come to Lebanon but it's not safe i can't get him here through all the crisis. I need help with me going to meet him and get married in... View More
If you have physically met him within the last two years, then you can be sponsored for a fiancée visa, and apply fair a green card after you get married within 90 days of arrival. If you have not physically met him, and it is too dangerous for him to travel to Lebanon, both of you can meet in a...View More
My dog was attacked and I was bitten (in Florida) when a woman let her dog run out of the house unleashed. She supposedly agreed to pay my urgent care bills. I sent her the bills and she insists on seeing my medical records from the facility. The records indicate that they are private and should... View More
If you were attacked in Florida, then you need to retain counsel here in Florida. Your medical bills wont cover your pain and suffering damages, which they also would need to pay. If they rent or own a home, the dog owner is most likely covered by a liability insurance policy. Don't settle for...View More
The general rule is that if a person dies leaving a surviving spouse, the spouse would have a life estate in the marital home, which means she has a right to live there until her death. This is despite the fact that you inherited the property. That is the general rule, so your fathers estate...View More
A US citizen sister can sponsor her sibling for a green card, but the wait time to get a visa is roughly 12 to 13 years, and if you are in the United States and want to adjust status, you have to be in a valid status in order to file for adjustment. If you are out of status at the time your visa...View More
I do not want to wait for a K1 visa and would like to marry my partner on my ESTA within the US. Can I do this legally without upsetting the authorities and do I have to leave the US after or do I have a right to stay? Along with that, if I can stay how long should I expect to wait to get... View More
A person that is in the United States on an ESTA can adjust status to obtain lawful permanent residence after marriage to a US citizen. You may be questioned at your marriage interview as to whether you intended to marry and then adjust status or just intended to visit, when you last entered the US...View More
I need a firm that will complete all the necessary paperwork and submit it to the Govt. Please give me an estimate of the time frame to complete this process and approximate time frame for her to be here in the US. Also please send your fees to complete this entire process.
A US citizen can sponsor a four national for a fiancée visa, provided that the four national and the US citizen have physically met within two years of filing the I 129F. The time that it takes from the moment the eye 129F petition is filed until the alien can actually enter the United States can...View More
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