Q: What steps do I need to take to become of majority status and correctly use the name? Indiana and internationally.
A: Sorry, but this does not sound like a maritime question. Also, the naming in issue did not come through. Please try trademark and copy write experts. Thank you and best regards. Tom Evans Maritime Lawyer Please see Justia disclaimer.
Bruce Alexander Minnick and Tim Akpinar agree with this answer
Again, this does not appear to be an immigration question based upon the terms used. In general, you are required to be a lawful permanent resident before you can live and work in the United States.
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Bruce Alexander Minnick agrees with this answer
I'm not sure about there being a admiralty - maritime issue here. There is a test under maritime law for seaman status, but this doesn't appear to be related to that in the context of status. If there are additional facts that could help a maritime attorney recognize an issue of an admiralty - maritime nature such as jurisdiction or employee status in the service of a vessel or shoreside maritime capacity, you could try reposting. In terms of estate planning law, immigration law, or tax law, I can't speak for those areas. Good luck
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