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2 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Admiralty / Maritime for California on
Q: I paid $12,000 to a broker for sailboat. I am now being told that the boat is for sale “as is” by owner” is this legal?

i was never given a contract from the broker. I have a text message that I sent him and that he responded with an on “ok”. Later when I asked him to respond about some undisclosed issues that were later identified, the “broker” told me that he actually owned the boat (lie). And that it... View More

Masoud Jahani
Masoud Jahani
answered on Oct 11, 2021


There is not enough information to answer your question, so I ask few questions below.

Most used boats are sold “as is”, and the buyer usually buys subject to inspection.

If you’ve gone through a broker did they mention to you if you wanted an inspection done on...
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Q: información sobre el caso, olga de león v. shih wei navigation

No tengo pacer, y necesito información sobre el caso olga de león v. shih wei navigation

Masoud Jahani
Masoud Jahani
answered on Jan 30, 2020


You can find this case regarding stowaways on the link below : (

(Case 3:05-cv-00579 Document 100 Filed in TXSD on 08/03/07)


Masoud Jahani Esq.

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1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law on
Q: Hello my children are us citizens but not over 21 is there any way to start process to get green card based on that?

I don't leave know in the States.

I used to leave for 9 years in USA my Vawa case was revoked and I left the country.

Masoud Jahani
Masoud Jahani
answered on Dec 15, 2019

US citizens must be 21 or older to file immigrant visa petitions for their parents.

1 Answer | Asked in Immigration Law for Arizona on
Q: Us citizenship for my daughter

I am a US citizen living and working in the states, my daughter was born in the UK and has a british citizenship. The US embassy in the UK denied her application because they believe I did not provide sufficient documentation regarding my 5 years of physical presence in the US.

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Masoud Jahani
Masoud Jahani
answered on Dec 14, 2019

The subject of your question comes under derivative citizenship. You may have applied by filing an I-130 petition and you were asked for supporting documents.

The requirements for derivative citizenship are below:

A child born outside of the United States automatically becomes a...
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2 Answers | Asked in Immigration Law for Massachusetts on
Q: If the DHS were still accepting new DACA applications, would I be able to apply if I arrived in the US after 2012?

I arrived in the USA in 2016 as a minor and I am undocumented. If DACA came back, would I be able to apply for it (once I got the 5 year minimum)?

Masoud Jahani
Masoud Jahani
answered on Dec 10, 2019


Hope below helps,

Following are DACA requirements

You were under 31 years old as of June 15, 2012;

You first came to the United States before your 16th birthday;

You have lived continuously in the United States from June 15, 2007 until the present;...
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