My green card was stolen years ago and got a new one filed more than a year ago and still haven’t received it. I’ve tried to get my permit multiple times but I was told that I couldn’t because I didn’t have a green card though I have proof of it. What do I do?
To apply for a driver's permit without your physical green card, consider using alternative documents that prove your legal status in the U.S. Typically, a state's Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) accepts various forms of identification and legal status documentation.
So because of this typo I went from having to pay a fine to having to going to open court. Should I plead not guilty because I didn't do what the ticket said I did, even though I actually when faster then the charge?
In your situation, where the traffic ticket states one speed but the recorded speed is higher, it's important to carefully consider your options. Pleading not guilty because of a discrepancy in the ticket could be a viable defense, especially if the ticket's information is materially...View More
Cops are involved.i herd a cop say to my x was we always catch people like her sooner or later.i don't know what he was talking about.my nabier and there kids shoot my animals and vehicles and home with are rifles.my car has several dents and scratches on the glass facing there yard.we also... View More
If you believe you and your sister are victims of harassment and your property has been damaged, you should document all incidents and report them to local law enforcement. Bullying and harassment are serious issues, and you have rights that protect you against such behaviors. Property damage and...View More
Where several offices under the Department of the Interior failed their civil duties that in turn violated many rights causing irreparable harm, which the Solictors denied in a letter 1 year after the submission of my tort claim
If you've filed a civil complaint pro se in the federal district court of Montana and wish to make modifications, you'll likely need to file an amended complaint. Under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 15(a), a party may amend its pleading once as a matter of course within 21 days after...View More
In cases of personal injury stemming from a criminal act, you may pursue a civil suit for damages. This can include compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, and any other losses directly related to the incident.
With regards to the divorce, while the prenuptial...View More
Transitioning from a J1 to an H1 visa can be complicated, especially if you're subject to the 2-year home residency requirement. If you are, you'll need to obtain a waiver before you can change your status. There are several grounds upon which one can apply for a waiver:
Transitioning from a J1 to an H1 visa is feasible, but certain conditions must be met. Many J1 visa holders are subject to a 2-year home residency requirement, meaning you'd have to return to your home country for two years before seeking another U.S. visa status. If this applies to you,...View More
In Montana, wrongful termination claims often arise when an employee believes they were fired in violation of federal or state anti-discrimination laws, employment contracts, or other specific statutory protections. To determine if you have a viable wrongful termination claim, it's crucial to...View More
If trademarks "Sheepdog Up" and "Shaka Gear" are shown as abandoned, it means they are not currently in use or protected by their previous owners. To take ownership, your corporation would need to begin the trademark registration process with the United States Patent and...View More
If an application for a mark is abandoned, you are free to just file your own application for that mark. If you are already using the mark in commerce, you can file a use application. If not, but you plan to in the near future, you can file an intent-to-use application.
You will need a MT attorney on this. Your materialman's lien would be filed only against the work you did on the commercial property. However you might be able to file the M & M Lien, then sue the customer for breach of contract. However defendant will argue you that an election of...View More
n Montana, mechanics' liens are primarily placed on the property where the work was performed or materials supplied. If you worked on a commercial property, you can place a lien on that property if unpaid. The fact that the owner used a loan from his personal residence to fund the commercial...View More
In Montana, you typically cannot file a motion for a new trial in district court and a notice of appeal on the same day in the same case. Filing a motion for a new trial generally extends the time for filing an appeal. The usual sequence involves filing a motion for a new trial within a specific...View More
Stepson solicits me to drive from MT to WY to do epoxy counters in his rental. Avoids paying back the $ for almost a year. I see he made a phony website with FOX logos with a phony article he wrote about himself and how his music is taking the northwest by storm, just so he could put on Facebook... View More
Threatening to expose truthful information, even if it may harm someone's reputation, is generally not considered blackmail. However, hacking into someone's Facebook and emails is a violation of privacy and can lead to legal consequences. If you believe you have been a victim of hacking,...View More
Wife needs a clear copy of her birth certificate from the Philippine's. Her now expired visa passport is missing or lost along with a legible copy of her birth certificate. She does have a copy of the expired passport though, that shows who she is, with pic, birth date, etc. She wants to have... View More
To obtain a birth certificate from the Philippines on your wife's behalf, the power of attorney should typically name her sister as the authorized representative since her sister will be physically present to request the document. It's not necessary to involve the immigration attorney in...View More
"Moving the Court to Dismiss the appeal and remand to District Court" essentially means that the party (in this case, the Appellee) is requesting the court to end the appellate process and send the case back to the lower-level District Court for further consideration or action. This...View More
Her mother has passed and with no living will the estate went to the next of kin. He has also passed. After his tragic death, his partner claimed common law. She has made verbal agreement to sign a quit claim deed, but has yet to do so. What steps in "order" to file probate, substitution... View More
You will have to hire a MO attorney to search the title, examine the deed (recorded or not), determine ownership, and decide if Probate litigation or your deed is helpful. Without recordation, deed is of no effect to the world, and the heirs may have already vested in title. Time is of the...View More
In Montana, child support is typically ordered by the court to ensure that both parents financially contribute to the upbringing and care of their child. Child support is considered the right of the child, not the parent, and both parents have a legal obligation to support their child financially....View More
In Montana, the courts are required to provide an incarcerated person with a public defender promptly after the person's arrest or initial appearance before a judge. The right to legal representation is a fundamental constitutional right, and the Sixth Amendment guarantees that individuals...View More
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