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A few Questions on appeal process

A:  "1. what is the time frame after notice to appeal is filed? Is it 20 working days?" I'm not sure I understand what you are asking. Is this an appeal from a Workers' Comp Judge's decision, or is it a WC petition? "5. Can you apply for unemployment compensation while this is all going on? and if so, does it impact his case?" Yes, assuming he is capable of some type of work that exists. If he is later awarded Workers' Compensation benefits for the same time period, then the amount of UC received would be deducted from the WC benefit. That clears some things up. It's not an appeal. How long the process takes depends to a great extent on the response of the employer and insurance carrier. If the...

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How long does the national visa center take to process a case?

A:  well, it will depend on whether you''re a US citizen or a green card holder. if you''re a citizen, it normally takes 3-6 months at NVC to process the petition, arrange an interview date and send it out. they would contact you fairly quickly though. If you''re a green card holder, then even though your petition has been approved, it takes 5 years for the petition from the time it''s filed for it to become valid for use. so, they would wait until it''s about to become valid for use before contacting you. In my case I was approve 2005, however I submitted my paper work back in 2001. It might take years or months. But the thing is that once you are approved by the NVC, they will send another package of information that they want from you and that takes time as well. I...

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How long does the eviction process usually take?

A:  It varies from state to state, generally, 30 days upon serving notice to vacate. If a tenant stays after that peoiod, they will have to go to court. Most of the time its two weeks, by law they have to give you a notice. They can''t just kick you out on the spot. Depends on your what your lease states and what the laws in your State are. mere seconds...

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How long does early termination of probation take?

A:  Your travel permit is usually only valid for the length of time as designated by your Probation Officer. If your Probation Officer agrees that you can be trusted prior to getting your petition for early release before the Judge and gives you a travel permit that is valid to the ending date of your probation, then you can consider yourself fortunate. Petitions before any Court are usually heard in the order received, unless some emergency arises that causes the Judge to hear it out of turn. There''s no set period of time before the petition is heard....

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After Divorce, How long does a Home Deed Transfer Take?

A:  Depends on where you live. Call the county recorders office and see what the turn around time is, and to make sure that it''s being done. A few months is a bit long but depends on how back logged they are....

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How long does the eviction process usually take?

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does this mean Admin processing is over...?

A:  Hi, I usually call every week to DOS about my fiance''s administrative processing for security clearances and i get an answer that its still pending or we are still waiting for it etc etc... but last week i called and the lady said well u should be calling the embassy in pakistan (i thought she was just one of those unhelpful ones...) called again yesterday and the same answer from another person. so my fiance called embassy last night, and the lady told him that "they have received somethings they were waiting for and embassy has to review it which will take probably 2 weeks or so and then he wud hear something soon but STILL we cannot tell you how long it is going to take!" Now what is all this suppose to mean? does this mean...

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Divorce

A:  Monica, Whether you can get divorced w/out him going to SLP depends a lot on your jurisdiction. I would recommend talking to an attorney at your state of residence. IT could be that you can. How long does it take is also another question that depends on the jurisdiction. For example, here in Texas you need to have lived in the county for 90 days and after you file, you have to wait for another 60 before you can finalize your divorce. If he wanted to get divorced in Mexico w/out going he could perhaps, grant a power of attorney to his parents to do it for him. Divorcing in Mexico is generally slower and burdensome. Good luck....

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Can they garnishee Unemployment Checks?

A:  Although I am not a legal professional by any stretch of the imagination I was in your situation about a year ago. I do sympathize with you, as the job market is the worst I have seen it. I too was and am very qualified w/references and I bet you I sent out hundreds of resumes in 3 months time. Keep sticking with the temp agencies, they will find you something I am sure of it! That is how I got my job I have now. Anyway, as far as I know a credit card company cannot garnish any wages until they first take you to court and have a judgement placed against you. I ended up having to file chap. 7 to rid myself of the deep debt I was in. You will be okay, You''ll find a decent job soon I am sure! Keep your chin up and pray that everything will work out. Good luck! Wow.. I can sympathize with...

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probation ?'s for Colorado Colorado

A:  If you leave prior to permission from the court, you will have violated your probation. I know that it will be violated but will I have a warrant that is nationwide? I don''t want to go that route I am just curious because everybody keeps advising that I just leave. I have court soon to request that my term be reduced to 11 months so I don''t have to have an interstate compact but if I have to go with the compact how long does that take? Is the point of reducing your term so that you''d be able to move. Probation violations aren''t new charges. They just revoke your sentence. So it wouldn''t be a new felony charge. Depending on how far away you are, I would suspect that a felony probation warrant would get you extradited and that a...