Angelina Bradley's answer Your submission doesn't really state a question, but if you're asking what your options and exposure are, you have a couple options. Head to the DSO North detachment during walk-in hours for a PERSREP appointment, which will be free, or reach out to a civilian military justice practitioner like myself for a consultation.
Juan Antonio Lozada's answer You may not need a lawyer to ensure that your daughter's father pays child support as long as you know his unit of assignment and have a phone number to his commanding officer. Under Navy regulations (see link below) military personnel has an obligation to pay adequate support to any a dependents. You must contact his chain of command and cite the regulation below, within a week, they should call him and read him a counseling about his family obligations, during that counseling session, he...
Patrick Korody's answer Your chances of an upgrade are slim without finding some type of a procedural error. Your chances of success increase with an attorney, which can be expensive, as you are paying for knowledge, experience, and ability to spot issues and write persuasively.
As a Marine, you first want to apply to the Naval Discharge Review Board. There is no application fee. You have 15 years from the date of your discharge to apply. The standard is whether the discharge was inequitable or improper at...
Patrick Korody's answer A lawyer will be able to identify any procedural issues with the discharge, which are generally the most successful arguments at a discharge review board/board of corrections. If he received an OTH, he was board eligible and should not have a waived his right to a board. If they did not offer him a board, his discharge should be upgraded and/or he should be reinstated.
Shan Dimitris Potts' answer You can get a re entry permit which will allow you to stay out of the US for 2 years without abandoning your green card. Being a green card holder for one year might make the removal of conditions petition a little hard but you should talk to an attorney to get you started with the procedure as soon as possible so you can get it approved before your husband leaves to korea. Many immigration attorneys including me offer free consultations, make use of the consultations and talk to an attorney...
Timothy J. Deffet's answer I am sorry to hear that your benefits were terminated. I do not practice in thus type of law but my alma mater, The John Marshall Law School, has a Veteran's Legal Support Center, where you may be able to get free advice on veteran's benefits issues. Contact:
Joseph R. Butler
Co-Executive Director, Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic
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