In the past, a green card applicant who was being sponsored by an abusive spouse had very few options when it came to staying or leaving the relationship. Leaving could mean having the green card application rejected. However, changes in the law offer an alternative to staying in an abusive relationship. If you are in an abusive relationship with your green card sponsor, here is what you need to know.
If you work for a tugboat company, you know how dangerous the work can be. It can also be expensive work and rushed if there are a lot of boats that need towing. It's all too easy to cut a few corners for the sake of time or budget, but this is a bad idea -- safety needs to take priority over schedules and costs. If you are concerned about avoiding open water injuries, which can often be deadly, ensure that the following strategies are already in place.
You can bequeath a mortgaged house to any beneficiary, but being sure that they will be able to keep it is another matter. Financial and legal problems can rob your beneficiary of their inherited house. Take the following precautions if you want your loved one to own and keep your mortgaged property:
Ensure They Can Afford the Payments
The first thing is to ensure that your beloved beneficiary will afford the mortgage payments.
Suffering an injury can put a real damper on your life, possibly even impacting your job. Unfortunately, you sometimes have to take the insurance company of the party responsible to court to get everything you are owed from your injury. You don't want to do anything to compromise your case, either. The following tips can help avoid these problems.
Tip #1: Keep your story straight
Chances are that you have no intention of lying, but it can be easy to mix up dates and facts when you are being interviewed by many different people.
According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, in 2015, there were 460,699 missing-child cases that were reported to the FBI's National Crime Information Center. The Polly Klaas Foundation states that 9% of all missing children are taken by a parent in a custody dispute. If you believe that your child has been abducted by the noncustodial parent, there are some things you should be aware of.
What Constitutes Parental Abduction?