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How long does a person have to be missing for before the police can be informed?

A:  I wish people knew there facts before postiing answers which are incorrect, 24 hours is not correct answer for a adult in the UK There is no time scale in the UK, if the person disappearing is out of character then you can report them missing straight away, you dont have to wait ''24hrs for a adult'', its not the USA here!. If your sister is missing and its not like her report it straight away. As for what can be done next, you have checked the hospitals so the next thing to do is ring around the relatives and friends and ask questions, who was the last person to see her before she went missing, did she mention to anyone she was planning to go see someone like a friend and there has been a mis-communication, someone coud check out her local haunts (if she frequents...

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How old does a couple have to be to adopt? How much does it cost? What do you get to choose about the child?

A:  You sound like you are planning on getting this child from a Build-a-Bear store. All of this depends on where you live, and without you giving more info, Y!A is not going to be terribly useful to you for answers. A couple can be any age. Most adoption agencies require that the couple be together a certain amount of time to assure it will be a stable environment. The adoption fee is not a flat rate, it is a percentage of your income. The more you make the more the adoption will cost. Every adoption agency you go to is different, some will not accept you as a candidate unless you are open to every gender and race. I love the Build-A-Bear answer...really and truly. Usually there is a 25 year old limit, you pay whatever court cost and legal fees that incur (about...

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How old does a fiance have to be to get a visa to come to the USA?

A:  she MUST be 18 years old You have to married within 90 days of arriving on the K-1 The US citizen has to earn enough to file the affidavit of support The chances of getting a fiancee visa at 16 ..will not be that easy If they are married they cannot legally use a Fiancee visa .. http://travel.state.gov/visa/immigrants/… Go on line to the US department of immigration and naturalization. The answer to that question will be in their FAQs. not she will need to go though the normal things Why? He should go and stay in her country....

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does a car have to be insured by the same person that it''s registered to?

A:  autoinsurance.maclenet.com - try this one. I have their car insurance and, as I know, they can provide such a service. If you are going to blow it up...Why do you want to know..... No. It does not. Although if you buy insurance in your name and let someone else drive the car & they wreck it... Your ins company might not pay for it. It all depends on which company you go with. I am with Geico (have used State Farm before) and anyone I give permission to will be covered....

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does a company have to see a vehicle?

A:  for liability coverage, this is a rare requirement....you may be deaing with a company that is concerned you have a commerical vehicle such as a truck that is over 1 ton All depends on the company''s underwriting rules. Some states require a photo of the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) plus, copy of the bill of sale to add the vehicle. In some states it has been part of the registration/renewal process - in other cases it is just part of the underwriting process. If you are located in Tennessee, I''d be glad to help. PeterTuttleCPA@CoolSpringsInsurance.com...

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does a father have to sign adoption papers for an unborn child?

A:  Yes, he has half the rights to that child. If your friend puts the baby up for adoption without the baby''s father''s consent, he can contest the adoption later and have it overturned. If she doesn''t want to parent the baby herself (and she SHOULD), then she should let the baby''s father decide whether or not HE wants to parent. Not doing so is breaking the law and she could get into serious trouble for it. Yes. He has full rights as the biological father. Denying him the opportunity to 1) sign off on the adoption is illegal and 2) to parent the child is unethical (though I''m not too fond of the idea of an adult 25 year old having sex with a minor). If he is unfit...she needs to make that clear to the courts. It''s up to her to make a...

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How Much does a Student Have to Earn In Order to pay Taxes?

A:  there is no age requirement, its all income related. It would start around $8000, at this point you could owe tax. There are many variables that fall into this picture, but at this point you would most often need to file a return Your status as a student does not determine if you pay taxes or even file a tax return,... your level of income, age, and filing status, as well as the amount of taxes withheld for you do. This past tax season (2009 tax return) if you were single and a dependent of another (i.e. your parent) you were required to file if any of the following applied: ·You had unearned (i.e interest, dividends) income of more than $950 ·You had earned (wages or self employment) income of more than $5,700 ·Your gross income was more than the larger of $950,...

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does a lawyer have to enjoy arguing?

A:  not at all. most attorneys are never in a courtroom. of course, defense attorneys and some civil attorneys. but it would not be uncommon for a contracts, estate, corporate, or even an employment attorney to not step foot in a courtroom. research all the different specialties including interview current attorneys in the field to see where you would best fit, Just be mindful, that while in law school you might be yelled at and publically embarassed. Actually this is a myth. TV is FICTION. Choosing a career is one of life''s most important and difficult decisions. We simply already have way too many Legal Professionals. ANd the legal profession is dramatically changing and is in absolute CRISIS!!! Job searching in this vocational field has...

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When I call in sick to work, does a supervisor have the right to ask why I am sick....?

A:  That''s weird ..asking why your sick...Bring in a doctors note...I don''t think it''s the employers business to know why your sick. But who knows, there''s a law for everything no a days. Check with your HR department You company guidelines might allow them to demand a reason. It is the usual practice to state the reason for being off sick- most companies, when you return to work, require that you state on your sickness form the reason. I''m not sure what the legal situation is exactly, but I have always been required to state the reason. In the UK, if you are off sick for more than 7 days, you would need to provide a doctor''s note, stating the illness that leaves you unable to work. This does sound difficult, in that you have already...

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How long does a sender have to hold opt-out email addresses?

A:  Ah...now I see... Permanently. As long as you are ''in business,'' you are going to be required to keep the list of people whom are not interested in your services active and up-to-date. Good Luck! P.S.: Don''t be a class-1 piece of garbage and sell your opt-out list to another outfit. You can even have a more favourable response (i.e.: they may actually come back at a later date) from the people that opt-out (and a fair number that opt-in) if they know you don''t sell your mailing lists. Nobody wants your spam. There is no time limit as long as the email addresses are still valid....