Hello! Thank you for taking my question. I was in the process of applying for my Green Card on an I-485 visa and I left the country because I had a travel visa that did not expire. I thought that it would've been okay to do because I had a travel visa but unfortunately, my application still got... Read more »
Yes, it's likely that you will be able to apply again. Unfortunately, if you leave the United States while the I-485 is in process, and you don't have advance parole, then USCIS treats your application like you are no longer interested in the green card, and you have to start over. But, the good...Read more »
I was just granted asylum and will be applying for a green card next year. However, I worry about my younger brother who is still in my country of origin. He is 17 and he is the only immediate relative that I have there. Since we lost our parents at a young age, I assume that role for him, even... Read more »
Unfortunately, after being granted asylum, you cannot sponsor or petition siblings, only spouses and children. So you would not be able to sponsor your brother directly. You would have to wait until you are a U.S. citizen to directly petition him. Or, he might have another way to come into the...Read more »
I'm very sorry for this tragic situation. An Idaho attorney could answer you best, but your post remains open for three weeks. In terms of the criminal issues, a criminal defense attorney is qualified to address those. In terms of the civil issues, there is usually a requisite element of...Read more »
An assault was reported to the police. The victim was obviously assaulted. The police report was given to the prosecutor. The prosecutor chose not to charge the offender with the crime. Offender has a long record of assault on this victim and others. How do I get him charged and punished for... Read more »
A Writ of Mandate in Idaho law, is reserved for those for whom a duty is owed by some person in power. It is designed and reserved to enable someone for whom a duty is owed, to require the empowered to do what is "required" of him/her to do.
The Prosecutor does not owe you a duty, first...Read more »
I didn't know that private citizens were entitled to share in a tax imposed upon Amazon? What makes you think that you're entitled to take part of a tax that Amazon has to pay based upon, what? I need a LOT more information before I could give you a very good answer.
After this the land was placed in an LLC in 2011, but the Named owner of the LLC is a person (the grantor of the trust), not the trust. In other words the trust does not mention the LLC and the LLC does not mention the trust.... Read more »
I understand money issues but custody papers and being self-represented do not go together. You can't imagine the difficulty of what you're thinking about doing. I would SO STRONGLY recommend that you ask family to loan you some serious money and hire an excellent attorney who knows the ropes and...Read more »
I was storing my bed, couch, everything, for about 4 months and when I moved my stuff back into my apartment, I found out I had gotten bed bugs from them. Prior to them storing my belongings, I had paid the extra amount for “storage insurance” meaning if any of my belongings had become damaged... Read more »
These tend to be tough cases. The problem is that it could be costly to establish the source of the bedbugs. Plaintiffs in these cases can be confronted with the argument that the source could be any number of places. You could consult with an Idaho attorney to get a better idea of the viability...Read more »
You could go to the Find-a-Lawyer tab above and look through attorneys on this site, you could conduct independent searches of your own, or you could try the resources of the State Bar of Nevada. Good luck
I'm sorry but it is not possible in the State of Idaho right now. The State of Idaho has a pecuniary interest in NOT terminating a natural parent's rights. Why? Because the State of Idaho taxpayers will ultimately have to pay for any social services that you receive as the unmarried parent of...Read more »
We have a signed document from the judge stating that a specific third party organization will pay us September rent for our tenant, made payable to my husband and I, mailed to our house post mark dated by the 13th. If this was not followed it was grounds for an immediate writ of execution. We just... Read more »
This is not true. You have the right to have legal counsel and I recommend you do! The ONLY legal actions I can think of in which you must represent yourself are if they sued you for back rent in small claims court and ?
Yes. Many jurisdictions allow or require officers to re-administer the test again. The officer will need to justify in court why they needed to re-administer the test, which may call into question the officer's ability or indicate another problem. In my jurisdiction, officers are required to take...Read more »
My husband has a child with his ex. We filed together this past tax year he recently got sentenced to 4 years. We have 3 kids of our own and obvisouly I'm the only one providing how would I go about filing with out having my money going to child support. Also child support has stopped but he also... Read more »
If I understand your question, you and your husband have three (3) children of your own and your husband is the father of another child. Do you have custody of that child as well? And I am also understanding that your husband is not paying CS because he is in prison. Am I correct? If you don't...Read more »
In Idaho, irreconcilable differences gets the job done without the drama of proving guilt, which it sounds like you weren't there as the act was happening, so you can't prove guilt anyway. So, you CAN prove that you two no longer get along and that you want a divorce. ThE THING that generally...Read more »
If you were never married, you don't want to go near her and your child until you have a court order, if you and she are on the "outs" as far as talking things over are concerned. That's a quick way to invite her to call the police and allege that you did something, anything, which will land you...Read more »
Do you pay CS to the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, Child Support Receipting? If so, then you will still be required to pay CS for your son even though he says he wants to live with you. In the unlikely event that a court allowed you to pay your son's father directly, then you could...Read more »
A home owned by one party prior to marriage was rented most of the marriage. Rent payments were deposited to a joint bank account prior to paying the mortgage invoice. Will full rent income be reimbursed to the community, or only the amount above what the mortgage payment was? Non owning party... Read more »
In Idaho there is a presumption that property owned by the parties is "community property." The home was owned individually by one party but the income from it was deposited into a "joint account." Once the funds were deposited into their "joint" bank account, the "presumption" of "sole" is...Read more »
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