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Family Law Advice in
93401, 93402, 93403, 93405, 93406, 93407, 93408, 93409, 93410, 93412
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Who Is &Quot;The Best&Quot; Lawyer For Wrongful Termination In Lv, Nevada?

Best thing to do is look at a few websites. Take note of experience, cases won in their bios or other parts of their website. Also, try finding a lawyer that practices strictly with wrongful termination practice or at least a large percentage of his or hers practice is geared towards employment law. This shows they are dedicated to this certain practice area which will assure you that the attorney is well qualified for your case. I have attached a link to a lawyer search engine. Look at a dozen or so websites and you should be able to find a decent lawyer.

Im Going To Argentina In One Month For A Few Months And I Need Legal Advice?
I'M A 19 Year Old American Woman Who Is Going To Argentina For The First Time In Exactly One Month. I Need Legal Advice And Just Specific Information That Will Help Me...Survive For Over A Month. I'M Going With A Spanish Immersion Program And Staying In An Apartment. This Is My First Real Time Out Of The Country, I'M Traveling By Myself So I Want To Know Everything. Is There Someone I Can Talk To Or Someone That Can Help Me Out With This Stuff? Like To Talk To Over Skype Or The Phone?? My Main Questions: What The 'Forigner Free&Quot; I Know You Have To Pay To Leave The Country... Do I Need A Visa? Do I Need Converters For The Oulets Down There? How Will I Have Access To My Bank? Will I Need Another Debit Card? Where Is The American Embassy And How Can They Serve Me? Etc Is There A Webiste That Can Help? But I Would Really Like To Talk To Someone. Thank You!

Why are you so afraid to come to Argentina? If you think you´ll only "survive" maybe you aren´t ready to travel alone... It is a civilized country, yes it has some dangers, but everywhere there´s danger. Or is the USA totally crime free? And doesn´t your spanish group provide you some assistance?

Well I´ll try to ease some of your fears...

When you leave Buenos Aires at the Ezeiza Airport you will have to pay a TAX, it´s not a "foreigner free" anything, don´t worry! It´s about 100 dollars if I´m not mistaken, but it´s been a while since I went through. And everybody has to pay it, including locals.

About visas, depends on your nationality. As an american you don´t need a visa, but you can only stay inside the country for 90 days. If you want to stay longer or work, you need a visa.

Electricity is 220 v, whereas in the USa electricity is 110 v. Therefore you need transformers (you can´t plug in the appliances directly or they will burn down!). I advice you if you intend to bring a hairdrier or such, don´t. Buy a cheap one (they´ll cost you about 30 dollars) in buenos Aires. I once took a curling iron, and despite having a transformer, it burned through. Also the outlets are different, so you´d need an adaptor as well. Now if you need to charge a laptop, you´re in luck because most laptop and cellular chargers admit electricity from 110 to 220 v - but if in doubt, go to Best Buy and ASK ok? In that case, You´ll only need an adaptor (go to a hardware store and ask for an adaptor with 3 flats).

Access to your Bank: this is something you have to clear with the Bank in the USA. For instance, Citibank has branches in Buenos Aires and they will let you take out money from an ATM with your US debit card, but they´ll charge you an extra fee. Be sure to clear this, as this fee can be hefty. Otherwise, if you have a credit card, you can use some ATMs like Maestro for Mastercard. Go to your Bank and ask them what kind of ATMs you can use in Argentina. And you can also buy some traveler´s checks: they are like a check, but have a double signature: you sign them when you buy them and then again just before you exchange them at any Bank. You´ll have a fee for exchanging them, but if they get stolen no one can use them and American express (who issues these traveler´s checks) will reimburse you, so you don´t lose the money! It´s a smarter way of carrying "almost" cash with you. You can use them directly in many stores, or you can change them for the cash at any Bank.

American Embassy: you´ll have to google this one. Come on, do some work yourself! Google: "American Embassy Buenos Aires". They are located in Palermo, in a beautiful neighborhood, and they can help you if you lose your passport, or get robbed, or need legal help (like if you are caught with drugs or doing something illegal). It´s like any embassy from any country anywhere in the world: the purpose is to represent its country, but also to help their citizens if they get in trouble far away from home.

If you want to know more visit my blog: www.argentinafacts.blogspot.com

Don´t be afraid, relax, have fun and enjoy your stay! Don´t come if you are feeling like a scapegoat sent to be killed... But it´s such a beautiful country it´s a pity if you choose to pass.

In Need Of Free Or Low Cost Legal Representation In Indiana(For Divorce)?
I Am 32/F With 2 Kids Daughter 8 And Son 7. My Husband Is Very Verbally And Emotionally Abusive Toward Us, We Are Leaving Next Week And I Need Legal Representation For The Divorce And Custody Issue. I Dont Care If You Are A Law Student I Just Need Someone In My Corner Against Him If You Can Help And Want More Info On My Case Please Feel Free To Respond

Consultation for lawyers is usually free so schedule an appointment with one and ask for the prices and explain that you can't afford much. Otherwise, there are these websites below that may help. I'm not sure because I'm not familiar with Indiana.

http://www.in.gov/judiciary/selfservice/lawyers.html

http://www.indianajustice.org/Home/PublicWeb

Who Thinks The Chiefs Will Get Ty Law?
I Heard Ty Law Might Go With The Chiefs Because He Knows Herm Edwards From The Jets. Is This True?

Ty Law is definitely getting up there in age, but he's still better than any DB the Chiefs have. If they want a shot at going anywhere this year, I think they need to sign him, albeit at somewhat less than the outrageous amount he's asking for.

And in ref. to the above comment, how can you "hate" Dick Vermeil?? The guys like freaking Santa Claus or your grandpa or something. He seems like he's about the nicest old guy you could possibly meet.

Which Attorney Law Firms Are Located In Los Angeles Cpa?
Hi, This Is Rock. I Am Looking For That Which Firms Are Located In Los Angeles. If Anyone Know More Please Suggest Me. Thanks In Advance.........

There are 1000s of law firms in Los Angeles.
Why don't you google what kind of attorney you need.

Michigan Child Labor Laws?
In Michigan If A 17 Year Old Is No Longer In School And Does Not Have Their Diploma Or Ged Are They Still Restricted To An 18 Hour Work Week? I Have Read That A Minor Can Not Exceed A Combined Total Of 48 Hours Between School And Work So If A Minor Is No Longer In School They Could Work Up To 48 Hours A Week Right?

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Michigan Minor Labor Laws

Posted by Lacey

The Michigan Minor Labor Laws require that a minor who is eleven years old up to eighteen years old obtain a work permit. Standards were set in accordance to the Michigan’s Youth Employment Standards Act of 1978 in which the work permit certifies the age and compliance with labor laws prior to a minor starting work.

The minimum age for employment in Michigan is fourteen years old but a minor who is eleven years old may be employed as a golf or bridge caddy or a youth athletic performance referee. A minor 13 years of age or older may be employed in certain farm operations or setting traps for trap skeet or sporting clays.

Most Michigan employers comply with both state and federal child labor law provision in regard to working hours allowed for minors. In Michigan if a minor is under sixteen years of age they may work no more than six days in a week, eight hours per day when school is not in session; three hours maximum per day when school is in session and eighteen hours per week. As a result a minor is only allowed forty-eight hours in combined school and work hours in a week.

@@@@Minors’ ages sixteen and seventeen may work no more than six days in one week; a weekly average of eight hours per day and ten hours in one day when school is not in session. A total combined school and work hours cannot exceed forty-eight hours in one week. If a minor is working in agricultural processing they may not work more than eleven hours per day, sixty-two hours per week and not work between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 5:30 a.m.@@@@@@

Some occupations are deemed hazardous for minors under the age of eighteen and not permitted to work include motor vehicle driving on public roads and water ways; any type of power-driven machines, exposure to radioactive substance; roofing operations, excavation operations; and construction work including painting. However, there are some exemptions from hazardous occupations that are allowed under federal child labor laws. These exemptions include students who are enrolled in related career and technical education training or apprenticeship programs.