my drive license was not issued due to fraud verification I already sent my statements and my lease agreement a month ago and still they say they are verifying the data, is there anything I can do in this case?
Periodically check in and ask if there are additional documents that would assist with the verification process. Some license types could receive higher scrutiny, depending on the class (such as enhanced). Depending on location, the pandemic has also had an impact on some public agency offices....View More
I'm sorry your question remains open for five days. You may have taken care of this by now, but if not, you could post under Traffic Tickets. The post must have gone unnoticed under the general Uncategorized heading. Good luck
This is something that an employment law attorney could advise best on, but your question remains open for a week. It was probably overlooked under the general "Uncategorized" heading. Although some questions here go unanswered, you could add "Employment Law" as a category for...View More
It will be sharp, i have no intent to harm others, only keep it in my room as decor and perhaps self defense in my house, will it get held up or confiscated while shipping or on the way here? AND YES THERE IS A COUNTRY CALLED GEORGIA I AM NOT TALKING ABOUT THE STATE
Under federal law, 19 CFR § 12.96 applies which generally allows utilitarian knives to be imported but not switchblades. You should consult your state's and local statutes that further prohibit importation of the sword in that jurisdiction.
When it comes to virtual transactions and disputes within games, the legal landscape can be a bit tricky. Generally, in-game disputes and virtual currency matters are governed by the terms of service or the rules set by the game developers.
My husband has a car loan with a credit union which he pays on time but has an unpaid credit card with them. The credit union repo car. since I am the co-signer, will my credit score drop? Even if car loan is paid?
I'm sorry your question remains open for three weeks. At this point, you could try reposting under "Social Security" - attorneys in that area would probably have more insight on this. Some questions go unanswered here, and your question probably went unnoticed under the...View More
I live in New York. My girlfriend is still paying on the home. She suggested a cohabitation agreement but will that stand in court if for some reason the relationship fails and protect me from just being thrown out?
It depends what you're filing, whether it's something with the courts or an agency. If it's the court system, unified court systems in many places use e-filing. You can file digital copies of summonses and complaints or other pleadings in PDF formats in most places (NYS Courts...View More
I would like to file a complaint against Waterloo Middle School not only for the asbestos and how they're handling the situation but for possible discrimination on how they're treating my daughter because of her mental health condition
No, this isn't a pro bono, or other type of law firm. It's only a question and answer forum. If you're seeking a pro bono or legal aid type counsel, there are online resources for law firms that hold themselves out for pro bono work. Good luck
my daughter is cosigner of house, she abandon house jan2022 when she left 2 months behind on mortgage. frozen pipes and 800 oil bill. i lived downstairs.. i been paying mortgage. i came home and found papers on table. i was served. trying to force me to sell house and pay for her lawyer. she... View More
Unless the summary judgment motion is from your mortgage bank or landlord, it’s hard to see how you could be evicted from your home on that basis. However I would have to review your file in detail before I could advise you on your legal position.
There are many good undergrad majors for law school. It's difficult to recommend one over another. It comes down to a personal decision about one's interests. If the major is something the person could excel in and get good grades in, that would be valuable - law schools look at undergrad...View More
I'm sorry this happened to you. It looks like you already did many of the things that could be done. If you have a renter's insurance policy, check its provisions for personal property loss. But keep in mind that there could be a deductible. I hope it turns up and you get it back. Good luck
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