Timur Akpinar's answer You could contact the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to inquire if they know who performs the equivalent of their services in Asian countries. The charts I use identify the National Ocean Service Coast Survey as a reference (with additional inputs from the Army Corps of Engineers and U.S. Coast Guard), and I also use Notices to Mariners, but it depends what application you are looking to use these for. You mention courts and IRS; I use these charts for reference and...
Kelli Y Allen's answer Yes, it is but the timing and specific process vary greatly and depend on a number of factors. I highly suggest having a full consultation with an experienced immigration attorney who can analyze the specific situation and explain the process that would apply to your case.
Kelli Y Allen's answer The answer depends on numerous factors such as: what he was charged with, whether he has been convicted, whether he has an ICE hold (or has been referred immigration court), and, if so, whether he has any form of relief for which to apply. That would depend on criminal record, how long he has been in the U.S., whether he is married to a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, and many other factors. He (or someone on his behalf) definitely needs to consult with an experienced immigration attorney...
Allen C. Ladd's answer So you need a new German passport, right? You will need to contact the German embassy (Botschaft) in Manila. Here is their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/germanembassymanila
I don't know about overstaying in the Philippines, but I doubt it will be an issue for the country you wish to travel to. (I'm guessing it is Germany but it shouldn't matter. Philippines immigration issues don't follow you to another country.)
Allen C. Ladd's answer You will not be able to travel to the USA with a DUI arrest (even without conviction) within the past 5 years, because you are a public danger. You will need to get clearance from a "panel physician" who is on contract with the US consulate in France. Go to the consulate's website, or go to www.aila.org to look for a US immigration attorney in France, for further guidance. (If you don't find one in France, go to Germany in the listings, there are several I know of who handle this matter.)...
Timur Akpinar's answer International laws are made by agreements and treaties between nations. Nations sometimes choose not to be signatories. It can depend on the context and subject matter. In areas such as aviation or maritime, international laws/protocols are necessary for the uniformity of operations throughout the world.
Timur Akpinar's answer Your customer could contact an officer of the company to verify if the request is reaching the right department. If the company will not respond, and there is a basis for a valid and meaningful claim, your customer could consult with an attorney.
Richard Sternberg's answer Did your teacher or professor suggest that you get your ideas for your Critical Thinking class from the Internet or by interviewing lawyers? Otherwise, even though your methodology may be creative, it is probably depriving you of the benefits of the assignment, and it is therefore cheating. While cheating is often an element of diplomacy, as compulsive lying seems to be an element of modern, Presidential politics, chesting is not a permitted venue for academic pursuit.
Timur Akpinar's answer Generally, countries make their own laws. Their laws apply within their borders and they don’t ordinarily worry about their laws not being identical to those of other countries. However, countries may honor the laws of other countries. Countries may also enter into international treaties, where they agree with other countries as to how certain activities will be governed. Additionally, in some areas, such as aviation or maritime, countries can agree to follow certain conventions or protocols...
Richard Sternberg's answer Of course, but that may not be the question you want to ask. You want to ask “Where May I sue my partner for depriving me of my rights under my contracts with him?” That Answer depends on where the contracts were made; it may depend on where the contracts were intended to be performed; and it likely depends on where you may find assets belonging to you partner to satisfy whatever judgment you might win. Or, your question might be “What can I do to enforce my rights under this contract?”...
Richard Sternberg's answer It sounds like a Canadian issue, not a U.S. issue, and it sounds like you did something bad after you realized that you forgot your passport, and you were permanently excluded by Canadian authorities. You might start with a Canadian immigration lawyer, and they don't hang out at Justia unless they are also US lawyers. Good luck.
Richard Sternberg's answer Unlike VAT, sales tax is paid by the vendor at point of sale. So, if the purchase was in Colorado, the vendor must report and pay sales tax on the sale unless there is an exemption under state law. Such exemptions often exist for non-profit charitable entities with § 501(c) status, but the exemptions are controlled by Colorado state law. You should consult a lawyer in Colorado for details.
Timur Akpinar's answer You could consult with an attorney who is able to examine the legal issues you mention in greater detail. At the very least, you could learn the deadlines and statutes of limitations within which you would need to act to preserve your legal rights. An attorney might be able to help you identify legal theories related to being misled, as you describe your situation, such as whether there were misrepresentations made to you. There could possibly be other legal theories as well.
Richard Sternberg's answer You need to consult a family lawyer in the jurisdiction where the child lives, in this case Germany. I don't believe German lawyers participate in Justia. Once the court in the jurisdiction where the child resides takes jurisdiction, the judgment entered there can be enforced in any state of the United States.
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