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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.

Unsolicited advice:
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.

Here is the link to the BBB and this company :01
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How Can I Take A Search Engine From One Site And Embed It On Another?
I Have A Search Engine (And It'S Code) On Our Library Website. I Also Have An Intranet For Our Law Firm. I Want To Take The Search Engine From The Library'S Website And Put It On Our Law Firm'S Intranet So People Can Search The Library Without Going All The Way To That Site. Help!

You can also pull it into the law firm's site using an include statement, assuming the code for both sites resides on the same server. If not, then the iframe should work.

How Can I Find A Divorce Lawyer At No Cost?

A free lawyer is like a benevolent dictator - you can't find one. But if you have any relatives (I assume you don't) they might help without charging you.

Attorney For Child Support In Las Vegas?
Anybody Knows Any Good Attorney For Child Support In Las Vegas?

I found a website that lets you post a question to their attorneys for free. You'll get up to 4 responses by email. Go to www.lawguru.com, select your state and the category of law.

You do need to act pretty fast though because it gets twice as hard to enforce child support actions once he leaves the state. I know 'cause I was in GA and my ex moved to TX and the state couldn't do a darn thing for me.

I finally had to use a private collection agency to enforce it. They had lawyers standing by to sue him for it. They took a third but it was better to get something after 17 years of zero. I used www.childsupportrecovery.com. They could be useful if he gets ordered to pay and then doesn't. Save the info for later on if you need it.

Also, look for a single mom support group in your area. They are a wealth of resources and assistance!

Looking For Attorney To Sue Car Dealership Who Sold Me Non Existed Product?
What Kind Of Lawyer Do I Need To Sue Car Dealer Who Sold Me Non Existed Product And Messed With My Car? Also Not Getting It Done On Promise Date And Time! Please Help Me.

Sorry to hear...

The backup camera thing is no big deal. I would have asked for a refund. Then, it would be up to you to try them again later or go to another place that specializes in aftermarket add-ons. They may not have offered you a refund, but it seems you didn't demand one and they were willing to make things right, one way or another. No case there. No damage to you.

The body repair to a brand new vehicle is unfortunate and decreases the value of the car. You should have demanded to see and photgraph the damage and a police report could have been fiiled. There was a collision involved. They also owe you car rental for any additional days you were without your car due to the collision.

They may try to convince you that you have no case in court. That's irrelevant. If you take them to court, they'll need to pay a lawyer. They'd be better off paying you a little less. Know this, don't get angry or emotional, but never back down from your position. Even if the argument can't be resolved on that visit, stay calm and don't back down. Tell them we're going to need to get this resolved eventually. Talk to them again later or ask how you can contact the owner, etc...

They would definitely bring a lawyer to court and you would definitely lose without one. They owe you at least a thousand dollars because a repaired car body is not as good as new. But, you did not properly collect information and a lawyer would probably charge you as much as you won in court anyway.... if you won. Also, the law is a fuzzy on repairing the car being good enough, even if it was brand new. But, in reality, they owe you something and they know it.

You may be able to get your backup camera for free or with a nice discount if you start talking about the car no longer being as new or going to court, but that's probably the best you're going to do, unfortunately. Without being able to show a photo of the damage and describing exactly how it was repaired, you have little chance of winning if you actually go to court. Your best shot is to bluff and try to get that backup cam for free. Don't be overly aggressive and anger them, but stay calm and sure of the fact they owe you something and you both know it. Stay polite, even kind, but never back down from that position.

You could also demand some car rental money for any additional days in the shop due to the collision... or have them add that to your back-up cam discount. You could ask things like who hit your car and who is their insurance company. Their insurance would be responsible for your car rental expenses due to the collision and any extra days in the shop. If they won't tell you who hit your car, tell them you'll have to call the police and get to the bottom of this then. If they want to take care of things for their employee, without insurance being involved or cover the employee under their insurance... Then, tell them you feel for them and that's fine with you, but kindly pay up or give you the number to their insurance company. Otherwise, you'll have to file a police report about this collision and try to figure out who's responsible for your car rental.