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Is That Legal Your Adviser Reduce Your Salary Less Than What Mentioned In Your I20 Without Any Reason?
I Am An International Engineering Phd Student In Us. My I20 Says Specificly How Much Should I Get Payed During Whole Year (12 Month). But After 2 Years My Adviser Reduces My Salary And The Only Reason For That Is To Be Able To Fund Another Student. (He Hasn'T Officially Told Me This).
What Should I Do? Is This Legal?
I recommend you speak about this situation with the director of the graduate department of engineering at your school and perhaps even the dean of the school of engineering. If the school has a department for international students, I recommend you also ask your questions there.
The university may have had a cut in it's budget and has had to reduce expenses in many areas, including the costs of staffing and the number of hours graduate assistants work (and get paid for.) All over the USA colleges and universities, among many other employers, are dealing with what may historically be viewed as the Great Depression of the early 21st century.
The I-20 is a form giving supporting information from your school in support of your USA student visa. That may not necessarily mean that you have been guaranteed the amount of money stated as your yearly graduate student assistant pay from the university.
Only if you have a legal written and signed contract between you and the university or school of engineering stating the agreed upon annual amount for a certain number of years might any reduction in the amount of your annual pay be considered illegal. In that case, you would need to seek legal advice (from an employment law attorney) regarding the legal issues. I am not a legal professional and do not feel qualified to give you legal advice other than directing you to an attorney.
If you will need more money to help fund your expenses for the next school year than the amount you will receive as an engineering graduate assistant, you may be able to find an additional on-campus job to help you earn money. Most universities need the largest number of student workers in food service and the library. I recommend the library. Usually the on-campus jobs are posted through the campus financial aid office. The jobs aren't glamorous. Plus, they usually just pay minimum wage or just a bit higher. But, extra money IS extra money. Since you are a PhD student, I suspect the library staff will just love having you work there. You are intelligent, mature, and probably very responsible - a librarian's dream! :-) Since campus libraries are open long hours and every day of the week, scheduling work hours around class, study and your graduate assistant assignments should not be very difficult.
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Anyone Had Any Experiences With Prepaid Legal Services, Inc.?
I'D Appreciate Hearing Your Experiences As A Member, A Prospect, Or An Associate Whether They Are Good Or Bad Experiences. Thank You. This Is Specifically Prepaid Legal Services, Inc. Founded By Harlan Stonecipher In 1972 Not Just Prepaid Legal Services In General But This Specific Company.
I have a friend who sells prepaid Legal services. Not for this company , but another. She said that prepaid is good for most general legal matters, but she would not let them defend her in a criminal case. But that is not what they are intended to do anyway, They are real good for things for preparing or updating wills. She also needed an power of attorney, which would have cost about $75, her legal plan did it for free.
I checked your company out with the Better Business Bureau, and although they had many complaints, they all resolved to the BBB satisfaction.
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Who Offers Free Legal Advice Online?
Jim, in short: no one will offer free legal advice online. If you have a legal issue that you are curious about, you can certainly research it -- but an attorney will not simply give you legal advice online. There are too many specifics involved in every case (including yours) for adequate advice to be properly provided online. If you need free legal assistance, there are many legal aid organizations (yes, including Filipino attorneys, and those that speak Tagalog) that can give you legal advice for free or for a nominal fee. To find one of these legal aid organizations, I suggest that you start by looking up your local Bar Association (that's an organization of local attorneys). You can ask the Bar Association to refer you to legal aid organizations specializing in your area of need (ie: Tagalog, landlord-tenant issues, etc.). Good luck!
Will Deployment Stop Divorce And Custody Proceedings?
I Am Getting Ready To File For Divorce And I'M Sure There Will Be A Custody Battle. He Doesnt Know Im Filing Yet, Although He Knows I Have Been Unhappy For A Long Time. He Has Been Looking Into Deploying Early. If He Does This, Does It Mean That The Divorce And Custody Battle Will Be Put On Hold Until He Gets Back?
I Am Worried That Once I File He Will Deploy Just To Hold Onto Me Longer.
I Want To Move On With My Life, Please Help!
No it won't put the proceedings on hold, but it will still take a much longer time to process as he will be taking care of his end from where ever he is - he will not be denied his legal rights. In fact, he will be granted more courtesy by the court due to being deployed.
Your best bet is to discuss the divorce with him as soon as possible in hope you two can settle before he goes.
I seriously hope in your divorce you do not lose sight of how it will affect your child(ren) - and that it would be in their best interest for you to do whatever it is possible to ensure they continue a loving, strong & equal relationship with their father - regardless of how the two of you feel about each other. Please try your best not to use the child(ren) as pawns in what you apparently are perceiving as a possibly bad divorce process.
It doesn't have to be a "battle" - the only people that turn it into one is yourselves.
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Ex Husband Has Spent All His Money And Now Can'T Pay His Share Of College Tuition. Can He Do This?
Divorce Decree States He Must Pay 50%.
If the divorce decree requires him to pay and he does not, he can be held in contempt of Court and subject to punishment, up to and including jail time. Whether this will do you any good is a different issue, as just putting him in jail does not pay the tuition. However, I have seen a lot of deadbeats find money they claimed they did not have when it was the only way to avoid sitting in jail. See a lawyer soon.