Does Washington State have to accept a divorce decree or alimony requests from Costa Rica?
My wife is Costa Rican. I brought her here on a marriage visa (we married in 2019) and she is now a legal permanent resident. Last October she went home to Costa Rica and didn’t come back.... View More
Washington State, like other states, generally recognizes foreign divorce decrees under the principles of comity, provided that the decree does not violate Washington State's public policy and the foreign court had proper jurisdiction over the parties. However, when it comes to enforcing or...View More
and divorces their husband, but doesn’t submit a formal abandonment of citizenship, and their spouse notifies USCIS of the divorce and LPR’s new address outside the USA, will USCIS contact them and request they abandon their residency? Or, is there a way to ask them to do so? For example, could... View More
If a legal permanent resident (LPR) of the United States, married to a U.S. citizen, moves out of the country permanently and divorces, the situation with their residency status can become complex. The act of moving out of the U.S. permanently and not maintaining a residence can be interpreted as...View More
I'd like to travel to Scotland in spring of 2024. I have only the one DUI. I have a valid passport and traveled to Ireland in 2022. Weird that I could go to Ireland but not Canada. Will I be allowed into Scotland or will my inadmissible status to Canada prevent my trip?
You are inadmissible to Canada due to your DUI conviction, but that does not necessarily mean you will be inadmissible to Scotland. The UK Border Force has the right to refuse entry to anyone they believe is a threat to the UK's security. You can increase your chances of being allowed into...View More
amazon kdp closed my account on 01-12-2023. With 22,000$ three pending months, I have been a publisher with Amazon KDP since 2019 and have worked hard over the past four years to establish myself as one of the best-sellers in the children category. Unfortunately, due to a mistake on my part, I have... View More
If your Amazon KDP account was closed due to policy violations or negligence on your part, it may be possible to reinstate your account by contacting Amazon KDP support and explaining your situation. You will need to provide evidence that you understand the policies and have taken steps to correct...View More
Your mother can file her Last Will & Testament in Washington State under RCW CW 11.12.265 prior to her death. The cost is $20. Your mother or proper attorney-in-fact or guardian can withdraw that Will anytime with proper identification. Having it witnessed with two persons makes it legal,...View More
RCW 26.26A.415 is a section of the Washington State family law statutes that deals with parenting plans and child custody agreements. It provides guidelines for the court to consider when creating a parenting plan or child custody agreement, including factors such as the child's age, the...View More
A Washington attorney could answer best, but your question remains open for three weeks. You could reach out to the publisher and ask them to take the page down while expressing your concerns. If that doesn't work, you could reach out to an attorney for a consult to explore options. You could...View More
I'm from Canada and a US permanent resident ( through marriage) since 2011. I made several money transfers from Canada of less than $10,000 not knowing that this was a federal crime to do so. No one at my bank ever notified me of the potential problem. I am seeking a divorce and my US citizen... View More
Many lawyers practicing International Trade law have contacts around the world and can research for qualified lawyers in foreign countries. Also, the U.S. Embassy in many countries maintains a list of local attorneys, though the reference may not constitute a referral. As far as I know, there is no...View More
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