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Iam Looking For Immigration Free Lawyer?
Iam An Yemeni And My Wife Is An American I Had My Enterview Since 2008 At U.S Embassysana'A Yemen They Told Me That They Will Call Me To Get My Visa Since 2008 Till Today I Didnot No Call From U.S Embassy Sana'A Yemen ..Why They Delayed My Case
things haven't exactly been normal in Sanaa for quite some time, as I imagine you know better than most folks here do. and normal in Sanaa has always been a very relative thing. immigrant visa processing there has always been very, very slow in the best of times. immigrant visa cases in Sanaa have been known to go on for 5 years and more.
take a look at http://yemen.usembassy.gov/immigrant_vis... they are in the process of trying to reschedule cases that were never interviewed from most of the past year. and, of course that assumes that things won't get worse anytime soon. I don't know if I'd be willing to bet my own money about that. So, I imagine your case was more or less put aside between the various bursts of machine gun fire in Sanaa and elsewhere. So, the real question now is exactly where things stand and there's no way for us to know. Uncle's point about administrative processing in a different question is probably more or less true, but since administrative processing actually covers a number of different situations, again, we don't know what the deal really is. maybe they thought you were already married, not exactly unheard of in Sanaa. maybe they thought this was a sham relationship, again, not uncommon in Sanaa. maybe your mouth was green when you answered the questions, and you know what I mean. hard to say. but when you were interviewed, they were required to tell you something and you haven't told us anything about that.
Personally, I'd recommend getting your wife to contact her congressman and/or senator and having them inquire on your behalf. of course, they will probably be slow to respond to that as well, given the current state of affairs in Yemen. but that would be a good place to start. getting a good lawyer to inquire on your behalf won't hurt, but will probably help less than you might believe, so I'd go with the congressmen for now. as for a free lawyer, in America we say you get what you pay for, so a free lawyer probably wouldn't be all that much help. anyway, don't chew qat stick to hookahs, and leave your gambia at home when they do call you back.
Hiring A Lawyer For Business?
Making A Gaming Business, And We Need A Lawyer, Problem Is I'M 17, I Got A Couple Of 18 Year Olds Working With Us Though.
Anyway I'M Wondering How Do I Go About Hiring A Lawyer I Know I'Ll Need My Parents Present For This. How Much Would The Cost Be? How Do I Pay Him?
Are you getting paid for your games?? Keep GOOD records of the income and expenses of your "business". If it gets too complicated, you may need to hire a CPA.
Poster VicSEO is correct. Your parents are going to have to run interference on this until you are 18. Are the 18 yr olds working with you getting paid? Are they employees? You may need to hire a CPA.
ALSO>>> Call your local (usually county) bar association. Ask them for names of lawyers that handle your type of matter (IP).
When you call the law office(s), insist on speaking with the Attorney. Do not tell all the little details of your matter to the Secretary - save the details for the Lawyer. When you get the Attorney on the phoneline, ask him/her:
-Do they give FREE, initial consultations?
-How much do they charge?
-Do they accept payments on their accounts?
-Can they help you? OR Refer you to someone who can help you?
How Do I Locate A Maryland - Pg County Lawyer For Pro Bono Work?
I Am Preparing To Go For A Custody Modification Hearing And Would Like To Have Legal Representation. Any Suggestions On Local Lawyers Looking To Do Pro Bono Work In Maryland Would Be Appreciated.
Thank You In Advance!
Some county bar associations offer pro bono services, but Prince George's County Bar Association does not. Their website does have a list of organizations that provide pro bono lawyers, but the source below (CourtReference Guide to Maryland Courts - Legal Aid and Lawyer Referral) has a better list.
Click the link and you'll get a list of links to legal aid organizations. Most require you to be below a certain income level. Look for links that mention "free and low-cost legal assistance" or "find civil legal help" or "legal aid" or "volunteer lawyers". Most of the linked websites will allow to search by location, e.g. PG County or your city.
Md --≫ Md, Jd... How Tough Will It Be, Climbing Up The Ladder To Malpractice Law?
I'M A Practicing Md (Surgeon), Getting Tired Of It, Considering, Retiring From Medicine And Pursuing Civil/Med. Malpractice Law... What'S My Outlook After Law School On The East Coast Of Us, As Md, Jd?
Great outlook. A number of med/mal law firms look for MD's to bolster their firm resume. YOu have a better understanding of the subject matter, and much more experience with "standard of care" so having an MD and some years of experience should make you extremely marketable.
FYI, another legal area that recruits those with MD's is Intellectual Property law, especially patent law. Pharmaceutical litigation and patenting is an extremely complex field that requires knowledge of the science behind the product, so you would be pretty marketable in that regard as well.
My Mom Has Sole Custody. But Ive Been Living With My Dad For3 Years And Barely Seeing Her. Does That Mean Her Side Of Custody Is Null/Void? Shes Obsessed With Control And My Step Dads A Freak And Super Strict. I'M 16 Almost 17. I Just Really Wanna Know How Much Control She Has Over My Life If Any? And No Lectures On People Saying Im A Brat Or Something Cause You Don'T Know Me Or What I Go Through. So Keep Ignorance To Yourself. Thanks To Everyone Who Puts A Real Helpful Response.
Most states have abandonment laws, as in if the custodial parent doesn't see the child for a specific amount of time, then the custody agreement can be modified. Here is info on the laws in TX where I live: http://www.ehow.com/list_6053272_child-abandonment-laws-texas.html
I would recommend that your dad file in court for custody of you. The way it is, at any point your mom could decide she wants you back and the courts/law would enforce this.
Would You Suggest Getting A Lawyer For A Step-Parent Adoption Or Is It Something We Can Do On Our Own?
We Are Getting Ready To Go Through The Process Of Step-Parent Adoption. A Local Family Lawyer Told Us It Would Cost &Quot;At Least $2500.&Quot; It Should Be A Pretty Straight-Forward Thing Since The Non-Custodial Parent Will Not Be Contesting The Adoption. Can We Do This Ourselves Without The Help Of A Lawyer? Is It Difficult? How Much Less Would It Cost? Any Information Would Be Helpful. Thanks!
I would hire a lawyer, but I'd definately shop around for a better price. Our son's adoption was a newborn adoption, and with home study and everything, including all filing fees, it was less than $1500, and we had to have the attorney meet the woman's husband (not the father of the baby), we had to have both biological parents meet with her, and I had to sign many papers, and everything had to be driven to the next county over to be filed, about 30 miles away.
Instead of just not contesting the adoption, if your child's biological father would sign a consent to adopt form, it can make the process easier. Unfortunately, with some dead-beat dads, you can dangle the carrot of not having to pay child support in front of their nose, and they'll sign away their rights in a heart-beat.
Any attorney who deals with family law practice should be able to handle a simple adoption process. You don't have to go throgh and find an adoption specialist. Sometimes, new attorneys might handle the fees for less to try to get business in.