They could be required to follow both. This is a complex question and could require consulting with attorneys in both jurisdictions. If it comes to issues such as real estate leases, employment law, environmental compliance, those could likely be governed by the laws of Canada, unless otherwise...Read more »
I'm not sure why the labels for this question include government contracts and international law, but, if this is an accident that occurred at work in Florida and is not a Federal Agency, if you were injured on the job, in almost all circumstances, your only choice is workers'...Read more »
No, only the natural children, who are U.S. citizens, can petition their parents.
Assuming the petition of a parent can be approved by USCIS, the beneficiary can be barred from admission on an approved petition by the U.S. State Department or DHS, where their past or present conduct...Read more »
No, the process will not go fast enough. There are too many restrictions in place.
The family petitioning process will not work due to highly restricted visa numbers. The U.S. has imposed Title 42 to bar foreign applicants to asylum. The Courts are finding such bars without factual...Read more »
You have this posted under personal injury and criminal. If it involves personal injury, then you could add a few additional facts to your post. If it involves criminal charges, you could reach out to an attorney to discuss in confidence either through your own searches or through the tab above...Read more »
Hi there, I am located in Brisbane Australia. I was born in India and hold Australian Citizenship. I work remotely from Australia for a US company. I have an Indefinite contract with the company, and I pay my taxes in Australia. My company does have 1 offshore office registered in London UK. I was... Read more »
The best approach to achieve immigrating to the US is to work with an experienced immigration attorney. The attorney will discuss with you various business visas and the requirements for the visa that is best for you. Supporting documents are based on your situation and qualifications. The...Read more »
My business, once launched, will collected recurring monthly charges to access advanced features on the platform (website and app), like SaaS. My business is currently an S Corp in Delaware, I reside and run the business from Florida.
What legal implications am I looking at? What countries... Read more »
I live in Delaware I am the father of four daughters who live in Puerto Rico in 2008 for which a pension was fixed for me in 2011 in 2019 my eldest daughter turned 21 years old and still continues to pay the pension in in 2019 and second daughter left home and still continues to pay the pension in... Read more »
You might have better chances of a response with this question if you reposted under Puerto Rico. Your post remains open for two weeks. Even though you're in Delaware, it sounds like Puerto Rico is where the pension originates from. There is not a section here for Pensions, but you could try...Read more »
His Canadian estate consists of the contents of a storage container of household goods in BC and stock in a Canadian company at the time of his death. He was a resident of BC prior to joining me in Ohio. He did not own any vehicles, bank accounts or real estate in Canada. His US estate consists of... Read more »
My ex-wife, a Chinese citizen, wants to renew my daughter's U.S. passport in China. My daughter isn't a Chinese citizen, she's an American citizen, but is living there under a visa in my ex-wife's name. In order to renew the passport, she needs my help because I'm an... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general principle, real estate transactions tend to be governed by state-specific or nation-specific laws. You could reach out to attorneys in the Austin area as a starting point, but it's likely a real...Read more »
I was in Chicago (layover) and they questioned my intent of traveling to the US. I told them I was here to help a friend recover from surgery but did not believe my story. They said I was here to get married & after checking my phone, they could not prove it. Then the said I was here to work... Read more »
You have not stated very important information: How did you enter the USA? If you entered without inspection you were subject to removal regardless of your reason for being here and your education. You agreed to the removal.
This is a difficult question to answer because it is very broad. It can cover many different areas of law. Some of the areas in which you could look at the impacts could include constitutional law, equal protection, workplace discrimination laws, fair housing laws, etc. If you are doing this for...Read more »
I have concluded a memorandum of understanding with a Saudi branch company of a UK registered company. The MoU states that the MoU is subject to the laws of the territory without specifying which territory. In the MoU, the address of the Saudi branch company is given in Saudi. My address as he... Read more »
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