Stephen Arnold Black's answer You should follow the strict letter of the law so no snafus or delays or denials result in your application processing. Discuss with counsel here in Florida about the best path to a positive result.
Stephen Arnold Black's answer I agree with Mr. Dixler. The visa waiver program entitles persons from select countries to enter the US without a visa for tourism or business reasons for a limited period of time. You are intending to use that visa waiver privilege to get married. This strategy may in the discretion of an immigration officer at the border or at a future interview appointment, be considered immigration fraud. You should hire experienced immigration counsel to review all the facts and arrive at a solution that...
Stephen Arnold Black's answer You need to follow the instructions as to what is required on the affidavit of support or RFE (Request for Evidence). Retain counsel here in Florida to process the file, if need be.
Stephen Arnold Black's answer Did you take photos before they painted the step and the sidewalk? Keep in mind that its a policy in Texas that evidence of subsequent remedial measures are inadmissible in court. Discuss your case in private with counsel.
Stephen Arnold Black's answer You may have a case. Discuss with counsel here in Florida for possible contingency fee representation. That means Lawyer doesn't collect or charge a fee unless you win your case. Do not delay as Statute of limitations filing periods are much shorter for medical negligence claims.
Stephen Arnold Black's answer If you want to process the case correctly, retain Immigration counsel to handle all steps from A to Z. Once retained, all notices from the Immigration office will be sent to counsel. The entire process takes about 14 months.
Stephen Arnold Black's answer You should discuss this with a criminal lawyer in Thailand. The courts there would most likely have jurisdiction and an attorney would be able to inform you of the steps Thai Police could take to get this person extradited from the USA to Thailand to face trial there for the murder. Good luck.
Stephen Arnold Black's answer It depends on your homeowners insurance policy. Contact your insurance company to discuss terms and limits of your coverage. Some policies have exclusions for animal attacks.
Stephen Arnold Black's answer You would be wise to retain counsel to handle all steps from A to Z so that the application process goes smoothly. Once retained, counsel will get all notices so the case can be processed without any snags. Good luck.
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