my son became a US citizen through my naturalization. Now I want to apply for passport for him because he meets the criteria. My son is a legal permanent resident, he has been living with me for past 7 years but his father lives overseas.
Base on the fact above, can I apply for passport... Read more »
A Massachusetts attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Insurance fraud does not require the underlying acts culminating in payment; it could be based on the representations made in filing the claim. This is something on which a Massachusetts criminal defense...Read more »
About 6 months ago, a truck driver (Company A) clipped our fence while making a delivery to us. Months later, another truck driver (Company B) hit our fence as they attempted to deliver fuel to our home. When I made contact with Company A they shared that they would pay for the damages caused by... Read more »
There are many questions that need to be answered before providing a complete answer to your question. Are these truck drivers owner-operators (do they own their own vehicles and companies)? If so, it is possible to pursue these companies for the damages done to your fence. If not, and they are...Read more »
I am trying to open an overseas bank account. I have been asked by the bank to provide a "certified" copy of my passport and driving licence. They require confirmation that 'the copy is a true likeness' of the original. Can you advise on where I can get this done? Is this a... Read more »
A Massachusetts attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a starting point, you could contact the U.S. Department of State, the government agency that issues U.S. passports, to see if they might be able to offer guidance. Good luck
I'm a barefooter who doesn't own or wear shoes, I'm moving to north adams Massachusetts, will I still be ok to be barefoot there in stores resteraunts and stuff? I've heard Massachusetts Commonwealth laws prevent barefooters from being told by any place to wear shoes along with... Read more »
A Massachusetts attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Keep in mind that most anti-discrimination legislation is geared toward protecting established classes, such as race, alienage, national origin, gender, and others. Those types of things tend to be the grounds...Read more »
It's a complex problem and some of the causes are stricter sentencing guidelines and budget cuts. In addition to conducting your traditional book and online research, you could contact people in the corrections industry.
You are seriously asking if you should confront the police for the purpose of getting your fake ID back? No, that would not be a very bright thing to do. Just leave it alone and hope that no one follows up on it.
Class Action lawsuit.last January I was contacted saying they won.i should get a dispersment in 6 months.8 months later I call the attorney office they act like they do not know anything and now when I call they direct it directly to their voicemail.i want my money back.
I have not heard the term fairness hearing but I have heard the term "a fair hearing" and that simply pertains to having due process with respect to someone making a decision about certain rights or privileges that you have before they try to do something to change the status of those...Read more »
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