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2 Answers | Asked in Immigration Law and Lemon Law for Illinois on

Q: How a K1 non-immigrant (married & visa expired) obtain a drivers licence with no help from the SoS or Attorney General?

K1 visa is good for 90 days to come into the USA, marry and apply for AOS. An out of state licence is good for 30 days in Illinois, then an state licence must be obtained, but as my visa was only valid for 90 days (expired Jan/16), I am not eligible for a drivers licence (must have a valid 6 month... Read more »

Camlinh Nguyen Rogers answered on Jun 5, 2016

Complete our contact form at http://aba-us.com/contact/?lang=en. We can help.

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1 Answer | Asked in Lemon Law for Illinois on

Q: Do I have to have the truck in question to take a person to small claims court over it?

Early this year we bought a truck from a 3rd party and he did not tell us the whole problum of the truck.

We had no choice but to salvage it and get another car.

Do I still have to have the truck in question to take this guy to small claims to try and get some of the money back... Read more »

Timothy J. Deffet answered on Dec 7, 2012

Not necessarily.

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Q: We purchased a brand new madza cx-7 in 2006 we have had four Uncontrolled Acceleration where the brakes dont work..

Is there recourse for us.. we have had in to the service dept twice with no results..We dont want to be killed or kill someone in this car..

Burton A. Padove answered on Jul 18, 2011

Unfortunately, the Lemon Law in Illinois only applies to new cars in their first twelve months so you have no recourse. You ight try going to this website and filign a complaint as doing so may force a recall. http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/recalls/ Good luck

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