Most jurisdictions do not allow for marriage by proxy, but there would appear to be no prohibition of you traveling to him (or another country) to meet and marry. For you to have him to be able to enter the U.S., you will still need to go through immigration and file paperwork.
I am pro se appellee. My ex-husband is appealing the judgement against him to pay what was suppose to be military retirement, but the ex opted for disability pay. Divorce Decree did not allow him to change or stop payment when he was eligible to receive retirement. Judge did not order him to pay... Read more »
i am working at the time thats is why my child and i can not move with his service state station. he only give little amount monthly for shelter because he said i am also working. and now that i am sick he wants a divorce. once legally divorce: can i ask a judge on a back payment for the past... Read more »
You are not legally separated, however ever branch of service requires support to be provided. For example, pursuant to AR 608-99 the Army requires that the military member provides an amount equal to his/her Basic Allowance for Housing.
My wife is currently being separated under a chapter 5-17 due to a really bad break in her femoral neck. She went on con leave and was told she was getting a chapter 5-17 when she returned. She was never offered a MEB, however with such an injury, is that common? What benefits will she be eligible... Read more »
Im a disabled female veteran with documented Military sexual trauma from being raped in iraq by our own soldiers... The VA knew about my sexual trauma and still only provided me with all male providers. Just going to an appointment is a trigger for me and ends up being very traumatic, especially... Read more »
You likely do not have grounds for a lawsuit unless you could establish it was done intentional to cause you emotional pain. Your better route is to make a complaint within the VA, to the VA OIG, or through a congressional inquiry/complaint.
I am under 18 and they charged me with driving under suspension, drug paraphernalia, and drug possession. They were all misdemeanors though and they gave me a probation officer and suspended license for 6 months. I just don't know what to expect from having a probation officer.
Most probation officers are required to ensure that you are in compliance, haven't fled the jurisdiction, have not been charged with any new crimes, and some conditions of probation require employment, residence, etc.
I was convicted under Article 128 at General Court Martial. Sentence consisted of Rank reduction, forfeiture of pay and 90 days hard labor without confinement. After conviction, my enlistment was extended 297 days under 10 U.S.C. 12305 in order to deploy to Iraq for a second tour of duty. I... Read more »
If you were taken to a General Courts-Martial (not a Special, Summary, or Article 15), then you have a felony conviction. That conviction will prevent you from ever possessing a firearm or ammunition. Possession of such is a federal (civilian) offense and a crime in all state jurisdictions.
My fiancé went to basic at Fort Benning and the Airborne at Fort Bragg where he is stationed now. He has an irregular heartbeat (his mom has the same condition that caused her to have a heart attack at a young age, around 45) that sometimes interferes with PT. Can he get medically discharged (or... Read more »
They do a pull of the NCIC, so if it is reflected there it will show up. I do believe there is a question on the SF-86 on mental health, so make sure you answer it fully and completely. It's the cover up that always gets people.
Yes. There is no requirement for anyone to be at home, and is often preferred by law enforcement for safety. A search warrant is only for a location that has been allowed by judicial review and probable cause.
This derogatory term been picked up by alt right. As a Native, I find this to be a racial slur & indefensible. Used to demean Warren, showing contempt for Natives. I am far beyond tolerating sports teams and fashion that misappropriate my culture in disrespect and disdain. Trump obviously sees... Read more »
There are no grounds for a lawsuit as he does have a First Amendment Right to say things that are offensive to others. While one cannot "yell fire in a crowded theater," a person has a right to say inappropriate things without being sued.
The Pardon wipes away your conviction and you should be fine to have a concealed permit. I would recommend that you keep copies of your pardon paperwork in multiple places in the event it becomes an issue as to whether or not you have had your rights restored.
I made a visit to my brother and grandmother and she threatened me the first time because my nephew was their. I have rarely and even so never really talk to her. Now she has used a different account from a friend of hers, on facebook after i blocked, to message and tell me to kill myself. I dont... Read more »
It is recommended you make a police report to document what has happened and what has continued to occur. You may want to consider getting a protective order to stop the harassment. I would inform your chain of command in your reserve unit in the event it becomes an issue, and provide a copy of...Read more »
You will be given notification of separation, and depending on how many years of service you have and the characterization of the discharge they are seeking (General, OTH...), you will have an opportunity to contest it at an Admin Board or waive the board and be processed out. With the Guard, I...Read more »
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