My wife and I have been informally separated for 5 weeks (after 4+ years married and living together) and have been sharing child-care duties throughout the separation period. Her name is on the deed, both of our names are on the mortgage. We mutually agreed divorce is the right choice for us, and... View More
Upon completion the body shop assured us that the damage to the vehicle was a recall and they confirmed with Toyota. We took the car there and there wasn’t a recall. Initially it was a pinched circuit that was repaired, but incomplete . Then they found that a rat ate the cable (after the body... View More
You would have to file a Motion to Compel with the court. You need to show that you asked for the records and he refused to provide them. You need to show that you are entitled to the records as well. The court will review your motion and rule on it.
I HAVE BEEN TORTURED FOR QUITE SOME TIME NOW BY THE STAFF AND SECURITY AS WELL AS THE PATRONS AND GUESTS AT THE KALAMAZOO GOSPEL MISSION, MINISTRY WITH COMMUNITY, AND THE KALAMAZOO PUBLIC LIBRARY ROSE STREET. I KNOW MOST PEOPLE ON HERE THINK I AM A DELUSIONAL, PARANOID, METH ADDICT, AND I AM AN... View More
It’s a 0085 position which is a Security Guard and when we were hired the only medical requirement was lifting 50 lbs. They decided to put new medical standards in place and have just under half the work force on light duty pending removal if they cannot correct their issue. They are using an... View More
My house recently had a flood, as a result my tenant had to move out for about 3 weeks until repairs were done. During that time, she said she wants to move out immediately. The lease is for a year, however I included a 60 day notice in case they wanted to move out early. The tenant indicated that... View More
As an asylee granted by EOIR, I need to answer Question 3 in I-485 form under the Information About Your Immigration Category which asks information on Receipt Number of Underlying Petition and stipulates if I am the principal applicant. I am not sure if I have or know any receipt number of... View More
When completing the I-485 form as an asylee, you typically do not need to provide a Receipt Number of Underlying Petition unless you have a specific petition or application that led to your grant of asylum. In most cases, asylum is granted based on the asylum application itself, and there may not...View More
I arrived here on August 29 but went back for Christmas to see my mom. Came back and he proposed. If I were to marry him now, would I be able to apply for I-130 and stay? Also would like to know if leaving the USA made the 180 days start over or if it continued where it left off from when I left... View More
Yes, you can get married in the United States while on a visitor visa from Canada. After getting married, you can apply for an Adjustment of Status through the I-130 form to become a permanent resident based on your marriage to a U.S. citizen. However, it's important to note that you must have...View More
My friends agreed to watch my dog while I was finding housing in a new area and it turned into a longer stay than originally intended due to a cat 5 hurricane that decimated the area. I was paying them $100 a week to watch my 8 lb dog for the first 3 months. They offered to take full responsibility... View More
The assault libel suit was filled and one mediation session took place. I (the plaintiff) voluntarily dismissed the suit. It shows up in google searches, and I’d like to have the record removed from the docket.
Stated I had to pay his bill because I now have a I’d with the resident address in it there now threatening to disconnect my electricity what can I do they have been given the death certificate and my lease thus isn’t banking since to me to pay a dead’s man bill
Your issues here, appear to be multi-faceted. Unfortunately, without further information, the assistance that I can provide is limited. It seems that you are in the early stages of defending yourself in a civil action, in a lawsuit that was initiated in Washington, D.C. Given the information you...View More
A writ of distringas, also known as a writ of distress, is a legal order used to seize a debtor's property to satisfy a debt. In Washington, D.C., the process to file a petition for such a writ involves presenting your case to the court, demonstrating the existence of a valid debt and the need...View More
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