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What do i do for Pre Natal care while i wait for Tri Care?

A:  you will not have insuarnce under Tricare until he reports to basic training in Novemver therefore you must secure something in the meantime., you WILLNOT HAVE retoractive covereage.. your coverage does NOT begin until the day he gets to basic training on 23 November. until then you are on your own. Is there no one to call to ask this question officially? You could get several different answers here and they could be wrong. Heck, even when I contact Aetna about a procedure for my son, I''ve gotten 4 different answers from them and, when I could reach a person at the doctor''s office, I''ve gotten different answers there, too! It''s best to try to find someone who''s official for the answer. Make sure you document...

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Buying first car, no established credit, 3k saved?

A:  You can get a loan with no credit you will just have a higher interest rate most likely ... If you have someone that is willing to co sign it could bring your interest rate down. You should ask your bank about getting an auto loan they can tell you how much you are approved for and what interest rate they can offer. If you buy from a private seller you have the benefit of meeting the person who owned the car and get a fill if they are being honest about the condition when you buy from a dealer they don''t know that much about the car same with the auction. Its personal preference really whom you decide to buy from but be aware you are going to have to pay dealer fees when you go to a dealership so that is going to...

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Fired from PurinaCare wrongfully?--Q

A:  There is nothing unlawful about your termination No, there is nothing you can do. Employment requirements (credit, criminal, employment histories) are at the discretion of the employers, so the fact that you didn''t see them listed on the employment application is not grounds for you to base a lawsuit. I know this but the background check was already completed for my employment with nestle so they had no problem with my credit. It was the insurance company that they were trying to appoint me with. Also on the application remark I can read and I passed my employers background check, they speak nothing of getting approved by a second party. Originally Posted by presutin No, there is nothing you can do. Employment requirements (credit, criminal, employment histories) are at...

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Is it possible to verify somebody''s point of entry into the country?

A:  As far as I know it is all in records as to where your mother lived . To have residence there has to be a home that they call home in either country . To have any kind of bill any kind of legal letter with a date stamp on it will be proof as to when they called it home . If none of the above is possible then a driving permit will do Or other form of legal document that has an address and date on it . If your passport was scanned when you entered the country the answer is yes....

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HB-129 seeks to end web use as we know it

A:  While the focus of the original poster of the article is on blogs, the law in fact encompasses virtually any site one can post on, including a2k. It is a Texas bill, but you can bet the folks pushing this will be emulated, nationwide, particularly if they meet any measure of success. Typical neocon fear where their monopoly of opinion making is at risk with the internet where a different view is presented of events. I found a copy of the bill. 80R555 CAE-D By: Truitt H.B. No. 129 A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT relating to defamatory statements posted on Internet websites. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS: SECTION 1. Chapter 73, Civil Practice and Remedies Code, is amended by adding Section 73.0045 to read as follows: Sec. 73.0045. LIABILITY OF...

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If I sign up for the U.S. army now that I am 17 and going to be a junior in high school....?

A:  If you''re graduating in 2012 you can enlist next May for active duty. The Army is authorized to do a 14-month DEP for rising seniors only and everybody else is restricted to 12 months in the DEP. You''ll be able to reserve your job and get a bonus for enlisting as a rising senior. If you''re graduating in 2013 then you can only go Reserves or National Guard during your junior year because of the fact that you can''t enlist active two years out from your ship date and active duty doesn''t do split-option. You must be a senior in high school to enlist into the DEP. If you sign a contract that has active duty in it, then yes you will be active duty. But keep in mind that once your contract begins, you cannot switch from active to reserve. you must be a SENIOR In high school before you can...

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I have a leased car. My fiance is going to drive it. Who is responsible if he gets in an accident?

A:  If he is going to drive your car on a regular basis then it is probably a good idea to have him listed as a driver on your policy. You and your fiance may want to go sit down with your insurance agent. If you are living together and serious about getting married, it may be wiser to put both of your cars on one policy and list you both on the policy. That way, you are covered to drive each others cars and you may even save a little money on the combined cost of your auto insurance. If you are living together, make sure you are both listed as insureds on the renters or homeowners insurance. That way both of your belongings are covered. the registered owner is responsible for the insurance unless the blame is with the other car, the driver of...

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What University should I go to be a professional lawyer?

A:  yale As opposed to a non-professional lawyer? =) There are MANY reputable universities to go to for law school. It all depends on where you live, how much tuition you can afford. Of course there are the ivy leagues, harvard, yale, princeton, columbia, stanford. Then there are tier 2 schools. Talk to your school counselor. It will be 3 years after you get your bachelor''s. Many will get their master''s before going to law school as well. 4 years of college followed by 3 years of law school. There are waaaaay too many universities to list - each state will have several. if you can''t answer that for yourself, you''re not going to become a lawyer. ''name all the universities'' wow....

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I''m planning to file a fiance visa in the philippines,but my problem is im still married there but i already?

A:  It depends on which case applies to you. First case, you need to file annulment in Philippines as divorce is not allowed. Filipinos are covered by this prohibition based on the “nationality principle”, regardless of wherever they get married (and regardless where they get a decree of divorce). This is a marriage contracted by two person both Filipinos. That means if your husband is Filipino and you are a Filipino, even you if you get a divorce decree here in the states, the marriage is still considered valid in the Philippines because divorce between Filipinos, wherever secured and even if with the consent of both spouses, is not recognized under Philippine laws. Unless your husband is a US citizen, securing divorce here in the states with legal basis and granted...

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Whats the fine for dancing naked publicly; I''m going to dance nude in a penguin enclosure.?

A:  If police show up you could be charged with indecent exposure. Have fun dancing! I was arrested for peeing in the street, and it was only a disorderly persons offense lol. The fact that nobody saw me naked though may have made the difference between a disorderly and felony charge. All states are different, maybe ask a cop in that area? Dont risk being labled as a sex offender over a bet. Depends entirely on the laws of your state and locality. I''d think long and hard (no pun intended) before doing this. In addition to a fine you could possibly be facing a bit of jail time, would most likely end up on probation for a few years, may even have to register as a sex offender (which would be for the rest of your life), and would subject yourself to civil suit liability from the owners of the...