Lauren M. Sharon's answer Depending on what was said and your relationship with the person, you might want to make a police report so that incident can be documented and the police can explore the possibility of pressing charges. If it continues, or if you feel that your safety and property if threatened by the messages, you might want to consider consulting an attorney about the possibility of a restraining order.
Answered on May 23, 2018
Eric Steven Day's answer I am not a Hawaii based tax attorney but most states and the federal government don’t start the statute of limitations on collections or audits until you have actually filed a return or the government filed one for you. They may not have any record of you having income in some instances, but typically yes they can come after you indefinitely if you don’t file.
There are several "business" visas available. What kind of visa is suitable for your friend depends on the type of business and the amount of money he/she will invest in that business. Talk to an immigration attorney or have your friend talk to an immigration attorney in private to identify which visa is best for your friend.
Carl Shusterman's answer Unfortunately not. You can easily sponsor your parents for green cards, but a sibling petition for someone born in the Philippines takes over 20 years. (I know that first hand since my wife is from Cebu.)
If your parents find an alternate way to immigrate to the US, their 10-year-old daughter could immigrate together with them.
To petition for your parents (mother or father) to live in the United States as green card holders, you must be a U.S. citizen and at least 21 years old. Green card holders (permanent residents) may not petition to bring parents to live permanently in the United States.
Benton R Patterson III's answer What you are proposing is not legal. To publish photos taken by someone else, you would need to obtain permission from the person or business that owns the rights to those photos.
Mark Simonds' answer It depends. If your use was marijuana, the active chemical compound (tetrahydrocannabinol, otherwise referred to as THC) can take up to 30 days to completely leave the body. Other drugs can metabolize much quicker. I’m a lawyer, not a chemist, so you may wish to conduct some research on the internet and consult with your attorney how best to proceed. I wish you the best of luck, and hope you can break your addiction.
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