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1 Answer | Asked in Native American Law, Public Benefits and Social Security for Oregon on
Q: I believe discrimination bcuz of my name. Tribal Pension (exempt) can't disqualify me for SSA benefits still no Pymt.

Tribal Pension not recognized as income and therefore cannot be used as a income disqualifier for Social Security Benefits- pursuant to findings in order determined by Administrative Law Judge.

Other tribal members do not have their Tribal Pension used as a disqualifier for benefits only... View More

James L. Arrasmith
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answered on Mar 16, 2023

If you believe that you are being discriminated against based on your name or any other protected characteristic, you may have legal options available to you.

One possible option is to file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the appropriate state agency,...
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2 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury, Civil Rights, Native American Law and Sexual Harassment for Oregon on
Q: Hello! Which law firms in Oregon will take university lawsuits?

Title IX, sealed records, registrar.

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answered on Jul 28, 2023

As an attorney based in California, I am not aware of specific law firms in Oregon that handle university lawsuits involving Title IX, sealed records, and registrar issues. However, you can conduct a search online or contact the Oregon State Bar for referrals to law firms or attorneys experienced... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law, Gov & Administrative Law, Native American Law and Probate for Oregon on
Q: Is there a statue of limitations on Indian land trust in Oregon? If i have living will that bequeath as me as the heir

I am sole heir named in will but it's been 17years and the county where land is told me the trustee lost it to taxes.

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answered on May 5, 2023

I recommend consulting with a licensed attorney who specializes in Indian law and/or land law in Oregon to obtain accurate and relevant legal advice. They can help you navigate the specific details of your situation and provide guidance on your rights and options.

Q: What is the monety amou t required bond or surety for a city manager

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Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Oct 31, 2018

You could try reposting this question and including Municipal Law under your categories. It might have a better chance of being picked up there.

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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Adoption and Native American Law for Oregon on
Q: I also have another question I was adopted when I was two days old to a white family and I'm native American .

My birth mom never told anyone she was pregnant with me and gave birth with me without anyone knowing. I'm one of the oldest in five kids which are all enrolled in the yurok tribe but because my father who is enrolled in the tribe along with all my brothers and sisters. But since I was adopted... View More

Robert Donald Gifford II
Robert Donald Gifford II
answered on Mar 21, 2017

You will need a DNA tests of yourself and father, birth certificates, and your father's CDIB card to help get this started. You have to work this thru your tribe.

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