stamp in my passport, the Change of status was approved (From an F-1 visa) and everything looks good. I'm also waiting for a decision on my Asylum application (immigrant visa). Waiting for the last interview.
The company that I work for requires some international travel and there is... Read more »
Leaving the United States with a pending asylum status will place that pending case in jeopardy. Also, even with an H1B visa the pending asylum case will trigger a dual immigrant intent. A foreign travel is not recommended.
Can you have unusual terms in a promissory note such as 50-year-length amortization (most common being 30 years)? Are there any legal requirements around the terms of the promissory note or they can be creative as long as both parties agree to it?
business exist for 16 years at the same location. we behind 3 month and continue making payments. Landlord treating to file a law suit for a personal judgment. Personal Credit will be ruined. Specially now / Covid -19, California.
Dear Commercial Tenant: You asked if a Commercial Landlord can pursue recovery when a Commercial Tenant is "behind three months" on rent. The answer is that irrespective of commercial setting or residential setting, a Landlord may pursue recovery for back rent (including a lawsuit if...Read more »
An ex customer of mine pretended online to be me and my company. She contacted at least 4 of the businesses that I purchase from. She requested payment invoices, prices and sensitive information about my company and business. I am in the hydroponic business - very comparative. Distributors, good... Read more »
He has never violated his probation. Has never missed a court date. Paid all his other court fees. Done his community service and dui programs. His probation ends in a month or two. He hasn’t had a job in a year and had to borrow money from his mom to pay off the restitution. Do you think the... Read more »
He took my share, by devious means, when plots of land in Lebanon were sold in 2019. He has constantly refused to pay the full amount by listing non agreed out of pocket expenses that equal over fifty percent of sum due to me.
I signed a contract I think last year with an updated sick hour policy that said that hours do roll over into the new year and we get 24 hours of sick pay with a max cap of 48. I got sick at the beginning of this year and was told that I don't have any hours yet because the law changed so the... Read more »
It appears that your employer is violating California law by saying that your accrued sick leave does not roll over in the new year. The law allows no roll over only if you are provided a minimum of 3 days at the start of the new year.
California Labor Code 246(d) provides that:...Read more »
A few days ago, my neighbor told me, that his mom said she was going to have him evicted, and the next day, he had an eviction notice on his door. as far as he knows he hasn't done anything wrong, and they didn't give him a reason. Today he tells me that he got a notice from PG&e that... Read more »
I broke up with a boyfriend and he sent a demand letter of $10,000k for a gift he gave me with no contract or loan agreement. I did not respond to him right away because I wanted to get away from him. A few weeks later he scared me into thinking I have to pay him or he would ruin my life and sue me... Read more »
Am I legally allowed a refund of services even though it’s past their “5 day refund” timeline for full refund? I did sign their contract and whatnot but at this point, it’s services not received for money spent. Am I entitled to a refund?
I've seen this before can't remember exactly when/where but, almost all legit gym contracts have a clause in them about moving out of the area. The question is how they define out of the area and how you define it. So take a look at your contract for your answer!!
I am starting an LLC for my design and productivity solutions services. I need a physical address, don't want to use my home address, and am getting mixed messages regarding the use of UPS boxes for LLCs in California.
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