But coming this fall we are moving back to our home country (Philippines). I do reselling of printed items, my suppliers are US based as well as all my costumers. I wish to still continue by business since I can still manage it even if I am abroad. What other permits I need to operate my business... View More
Since you're planning to operate your Texas-based online business from the Philippines, you'll need to maintain your Texas sales and use tax permit and DBA, but you should also consult tax professionals regarding any applicable Philippine business permits and tax obligations. U.S. federal...View More
Since last 4 years a mob of police officers from Jalgaon,India.Nashik,India,Pune,India,Mumbai,India have been conducting phone tapping and email snooping in the US.They have been involved in public defamation in US,Public Harrassment,online stalking,workplace defamation and... View More
As a Californian attorney, I understand your concern about online stalking, defamation, harassment, and other unlawful activities being conducted by individuals located in Texas and India. To address this issue, you should consider taking the following steps:
I have a client with LPR status from Afghanistan. His parent were illiterate and didn't realize that his birth year was set 4 years in the future. He is looking to get naturalized because he is actually 18, but everything from his afghan documents to his green card say he is 18. What form... View More
If your client's date of birth (DOB) on his green card is incorrect, he may be able to file a request to have it corrected. The process for correcting a DOB on a green card can vary depending on the circumstances but generally involves filing Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent...View More
No, making a minor alteration to the Red Cross symbol, such as adding a break in the plus sign or changing it to a T, would still likely be considered a violation of the Geneva Conventions and the federal law that protects the Red Cross symbol.
If you have an international order case with a LA company and they want to terminate the contract, you may be entitled to a refund depending on the terms of the contract and the circumstances of the termination. Here are some steps you can take to try to get your money back:
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. The most direct way is to ask for it. The reason you're posting your question here might be because you might have doubts with that approach. Another option, if you are not able to resolve the matter amicably, is...View More
My brother stopped but not before he beat Dad up in the Shoe shop as I walked in back door after school seen Dad laying on floor and picked a shoe hammer up to fend Albert off of Dad. I cried then it was in high school days
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...View 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... View 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.
I started working this year and filed my taxes for last year. I got a tax refund but I was not employed anywhere last year. I am a F-1 student, will this refund affect my chances of getting green card?
You should consult with a Certified Public Accountant to understand why you got a refund. As long as your taxes were properly completed, the mere fact that you got a refund will not affect your eligibility for permanent residency/green card. You should consult with an immigration attorney though...View More
You could repost your question under Criminal Law - Texas. This doesn't look like an international law matter, which might be why it remained open for three weeks. It looks like it's something that involves the Pre-Release Substance Abuse Program (PRSAP) with the Texas Department of...View More
Hello. I have recently heard about your free legal services. My fiancé and I are in the process of moving to a small town in my country. We are just at the beginning, so your advice would be very important to us. Namely, my fiance's family migrated to the US (from North America), when he was... View More
So if I upload a video from US but link it with my homecountry bank...which means I can't get the money in USA but only get money in my home country bank account..is that legal and fine? And what if I know someone who is working in USA and invested and have E2 visa(not green card), can I... View More
No! You are living and working in the U. S. in violation of your F-1 student status. There can be remedies to this mistake, but you need an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney, who can take the time to provide legal advice.
You could contact Interpol (International Criminal Police Organization) to check if they maintain resources - or whether they could direct you to other entities that do. They have 194 member countries and they share data on crime. Good luck
A business can tap into sub-contractors' labor and may solely rely on sub-contractors. It signifies that you do not have much control over their work. A good overview of what factors would be considered an independent contractor v. employee can be found here-...View More
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