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How Do I Get My License?!?

A:  You shouldnt think of how many can I get wrong, you should strive to get everything write... Really if you get 1 wrong, you dont deserve a license. http://www.dmv.org/ny-new-york/teen-drivers.phpGraduated Driver''s License Program Recognizing the importance of driving experience, New York?like many other states?has adopted a graduated driver''s licensing program for drivers under the age of 18. Under the dictates of this program you must: 1. Obtain a learner''s permit. 2. Enroll in a driver''s education class. 3. Hold your learner''s permit for a minimum of six months. 4. Obtain a Certificate of 20 Hours of Driving Experience. 5. Apply for a junior driver''s license. If you did not complete a driver''s education class, you must instead enroll in a pre-licensing safe driving course. ...

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How long does it take for a family based green card petition to be approved?

A:  i am u. s. citizen so my husband in india how long will it take for get in approval Your mom cannot apply for you since you are overaged and she''s a Permanent Resident. She can however apply for you once she becomes a citizen. If your visa expires, you need to go back to Jamaica so you will not have any problems in the future if you want to immigrate here. Are you married? What country do you live in? The question can''t be answered until you supply this information. ***********A US citizen with a husband in India will take about a year for approval. He''s visa priority IR-1. (IR= Immediate Relative) For unmarried sons or daughter of a legal resident there is a waiting list for visas of 10 years or so. If you mother becomes a citizen, the wait will still be...

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How to have an arrest warrant removed for missing jury duty?

A:  Write a letter to the Clerk of Court ( or better yet call them) for the county in which you were supposed to serve, and tell them you have moved, and had moved long before being asked to serve on jury duty. They should dismiss the charge.. So you have moved, but not updated your Driver''s License or State ID card? You have not re-registered to vote? These are the most common ways that the state or county build their jury rolls. Contact the jury Clerk where you were to have served jury duty and explain why you didn''t respond to the jury Summons. Also contact the Presiding Judge for that Court...

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My license was suspended three years ago in California. How do I get my license reinstated?

A:  If it''s been more than three years you''re fine. All you need to do is go to the DMV office and pay the $50.00 reinstatement fee, and you''ll be driving in no time. and if it''s been less than the three years then you''ll have to pay I believe a $250.00 fine, plus the $50.00 (reinstatement fee) plus you''ll have to get an SR22 it all depends on why you had it suspended. Good Luck! if you dl were suspended becouse of a fine call and see how much it is pay it then they will release the suspenion so u can get them back http://www.dmv.ca.gov/ At the time they took your license they also told you what you would need to get it back. If you have lost that information, you will need to contact the Department of Motor Vehicles and discuss it with them. Generally you need to have all fines paid,...

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How long does it take to get a working visa for Mexico for a U.S. citizen?

A:  They don''t have any jobs down there. Why do you think they are all trying to get into the US? just cross the border my friend.. free medical care, welfare, food stamps and public schools await you in Mexico dont know why youre moveing there but i went to work in mexico city few years back with a american company they had my visa at the airport i was there a few months . About a week or two..that''s how long it took mine,but I went about a year and half ago...

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How long does it take to complete a debt settlement program? How much will my score decrease and how long until it recovers?

A:  First, let me clear up a key misconception in your message: Bills.com is an information-only Web site. It does not offer debt settlement or credit card counseling programs. The information at Bills.com comes from facts learned by Bills.com staff who have worked in the debt relief business, mortgage lending, and student loans. What I write below are general observations and may not represent the policies of Bills.com marketing partners. Second, I will assume that you are asking about debt settlement and not credit card counseling service (CCCS). Debt settlement is the process of negotiating with creditors to reduce the actual principal balance of the debt. In the debt settlement industry, average negotiated settlements are around 50% of principal balance, with lower settlements seen by...

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once naturalized, how long abroad?

A:  solana wrote on 10/24/2004 20:35: Supposed I would be naturalized and thus a US Citizen at some point, for how long can I stay outside of the US w/o getting into any trouble w/ the BCIS? US citizens can stay abroad for as long as they want.-Joe Supposed I would be naturalized and thus a US Citizen at some point, for how long can I stay outside of the US w/o getting into any trouble w/ the BCIS? I''d figure that at that point, the BCIS wouldnt have any jurisdiction over me anymore, meaning I can do what the heck ever I want w/o ever talking to them again (or having to file forms upon reentry etc) ? Assuming I would like to live somewhere else for e.g. 25 years or so. Not that I want to, just wondering. Once your a...

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I filed I-751 (kind of) late. How long does it take?

A:  If you are lucky you might get a receipt from your Service Center in a week stating that they accepted your application. The same paper will also say that your current green card is extended for a year, travel and work authorized. So, even if you''re not that lucky you should be fine by Sep :) Originally posted by ChubCheek Hello Group, I just got a chance to send out a package to file for an extension to my greencard (remove conditon). My greencard expires in September...very first week of September :( Within 1 month, will I get some sort of confirmation or replacement card to show my employee that my greencard will be renewed? I wonder how long does it take to get a new one and how long will it last this time. I guess it doesn''t matter...

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how long does it usually take to get approved?

A:  So now i filled out the papaers for reconsideration does anyone know how long that takes to get an answer on that ? 60-120 days And if i get denied again then i ask for an appeal is thatcorrect? ithink after that there is one more step am i right? You request a hearing before an administrative law judge. Also i read on their site that an appeal takes an average of 465 days right now if that is the case and they approve you do you get it all in back pay from the time you applied minus the 5 month waiting period? You get paid from the date they find is the onset date of the disability. Your payments can start in the 6th calendar month after that date, so long as is it no more than 1 year prior to your application for...

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How long do you have to give someone to get their ..

A:  Legally? I''m guessing you''re not in the best terms with them. Just call them up and see if they want their stuff, unless you want to keep it. Not sure about the laws, but I would think it depends on the situation. If they are just moving out I would think maybe 2 weeks. That gives them time to get their things together and find a new place. On the other hand, if this person is a threat to you or did something to put you in danger, isn''t paying rent, stole from you or did something along those lines. I would say immediately, but I don''t know what the laws are in Delaware. Check here Evictions. Yeah, I''m definitely looking for a legal answer, which means my feelings toward this person...