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Is it dangerous for me (illegal) to visit USCIS office?

Answered 45 minutes ago by attorney Francis John Cowhig   |   2 Answers   |  Legal Mostics: Immigration
Your refusal to hire an attorney to help with your immigration case is what got you into this situation to begin with. The request for evidence would have been sent to your attorney who would have replied to it in a timely manner. In addition, a "Notice of Intent to Deny" should have been sent to you, giving you time to respond. Your question also fails to state sufficient facts to properly answer your question. With that being said, what is the reason given for the appointment with the local office. If it is to interview you again, then a number of scenarios are possible. You can go to the appointment, be interviewed, and hopefully be granted permanent residency. You can go to the appointment and be served with a Notice to Appear, placing you in removal proceedings. You can go to the appointment and be detained by ICE and placed in removal proceedings. The choice to retain an attorney at this time is up to you. Good Luck.... Read More
Your refusal to hire an attorney to help with your immigration case is what got you into this situation to begin with. The request for evidence... Read More
You may have a contract that enforceable and possibly a bad check case to pursue. The issue is whether you want to spend money on hiring a lawyer to pursue the issues and try to recvoer your legal fees under the lease or through Fla. Stat. 83.48.
You may have a contract that enforceable and possibly a bad check case to pursue. The issue is whether you want to spend money on hiring a lawyer to... Read More
If you are willing to spend the money to pay legal fees and costs to fund the case you describe - there are likely any number of lawyers that might be able to assist you. Funding such cases is always the biggest issue to deal with. 
If you are willing to spend the money to pay legal fees and costs to fund the case you describe - there are likely any number of lawyers that might... Read More
You will likely need to retain a lawyer to review the contract and see what can be done to return the puppy and get out of the deal. This may cost you more than the the contract to address if they aggressively defend the issue. 
You will likely need to retain a lawyer to review the contract and see what can be done to return the puppy and get out of the deal. This may cost... Read More
You owe what you owe at the interest rate contracted for unfortunatey. Giving the car back does nothing to stop the accrual of interest on a debt you havent paid off. 
You owe what you owe at the interest rate contracted for unfortunatey. Giving the car back does nothing to stop the accrual of interest on a debt you... Read More

Personal injury lien question

Answered 16 hours ago by attorney Mark Tischhauser, Esq.   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Mostics: Personal Injury
If this issue is over $1,000.00 depending on the case value this may or may not be worth creating a controversy over. I fyou feel the lawyer botched htings up you can make a complaint with the Florida Bar about the issue and see if they can help resolve it. 
If this issue is over $1,000.00 depending on the case value this may or may not be worth creating a controversy over. I fyou feel the lawyer botched... Read More

Can my attorney hold back my lien money?

Answered 16 hours ago by attorney Mark Tischhauser, Esq.   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Mostics: Personal Injury
Actually you have no right at all to be in the lawyers office client or not. Keep that in mind so you dont find yourself arrested. That stated, obviously, you have a bad relationship with the lawyer and it is likely that you will need to retain a new lawyer, likely at some exepense out of pocket to intervene and figure out how to address the issues with the first lawyer. Unforunately, complaining about overisghts and issues AFTER a settlement, and worse, if you are demanding some form of fee reduction or consideration is always problematic and the source of controversy. IN the future address these issues during thecase. ... Read More
Actually you have no right at all to be in the lawyers office client or not. Keep that in mind so you dont find yourself arrested. That stated,... Read More

Can I sue the hospital for bad services

Answered 17 hours ago by attorney Mark Tischhauser, Esq.   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Mostics: Medical Malpractice
This is not a lawsuit issue at this point - but clearly an issue that needs to be documented and addessed and brough the attemtion of the nursng staff. 
This is not a lawsuit issue at this point - but clearly an issue that needs to be documented and addessed and brough the attemtion of the nursng... Read More
You likely need to hire a lawyer to address this lawsuit and part of that may be a counter-suit for FHA/ADA violations. Sounds like the HOA thinks the ESA status is a sham to circumvent no pet rules. If they are worng it can cost them a good deal in legal fees, and if they are corect, possibly the othe wa round. ... Read More
You likely need to hire a lawyer to address this lawsuit and part of that may be a counter-suit for FHA/ADA violations. Sounds like the HOA thinks... Read More

Can I be evicted?

Answered 17 hours ago by attorney Mark Tischhauser, Esq.   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Mostics: Landlord and Tenant Law
No way to tell who can do what about you tenancy without reviewing the documents completely. That stated, one cannot properly file for eviction if you have already surrendered the propery but they can still sue for damages, etc. You may need to hire a tenant lawyer to address this properly. ... Read More
No way to tell who can do what about you tenancy without reviewing the documents completely. That stated, one cannot properly file for eviction if... Read More




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