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My husband got a job offer of a lifetime! Can I get unemployment if I move with him?

A:  u cannot get unemployment if you quit your job for personal reasons. T E might be a top competitor but he doesn''t know the answer to this. Yes, in general, if you have to relocate for a spouses employment or schooling you are eligible for unemployment. However, 75 miles really isn''t that far (it''s a normal commute in many areas) and I''m not sure they will take the topography into consideration, so it''s a 50/50 shot. I can personally tell you that I was able to get unemployment for this VERY situation...and we moved less than 75 miles away (more like 50). It''s been many years ago, so not sure if policies have changed. My husband got a new job in a nearby city but I had to leave my job in order to move. I don''t recall even being asked how far we were moving,...

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How many times have you failed your driving practical test?

A:  Passed after 3 attempts !!!!!!! You can avoid this by taking enough lessons and practice from your driving instructor. Following are the areas where is more likely to fall short of the DSA standards. - Reversing around a corner incorrectly. - problems with parking - Driving too slowly - Hesitation causing delay, usually by not pulling out promptly at junctions - Not making effective observations and poor judgment when emerging out of side roads - Failure to make effective use of mirrors - Incorrect road position, usually on bends, and poor lane discipline on roundabouts - Failure to move away correctly from stationary positions - Poor steering control, such as when making left or right turns - Incorrect road position, usually on bends, and poor lane discipline on roundabouts. Try to choose...

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Can my employer retract a job offer after he has sent a memo to everyone in the company telling them?

A:  Can my employer retract a job offer after he has sent a memo to everyone in the company telling them? YES........... why would you even think it wouldn''t be? Although I understand that it was highly rude on his part, and you would have had your hopes up etc... Yes, he can do that... As long as you never signed anything either etc and it wasn''t official or in person, so he has all rights to change his mind...rude as it may be.... :( Yes, your employer can retract a promotion, even if they have announced it. It''s embarassing but they are legally able to do this in the US....

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If I must treat my husband like a child then...?

A:  Yes. He should get some scissors and construction paper and make you a nice card. No. If you don''t have kids then you have no idea how different an immature husband is from a newborn or toddler or teenager for that matter. Now you''re on to something.... Boy would I make out like a bandit on THAT holiday! There should be no reason to treat your husband like a child. He is a grown man and if he cant act like one then you don''t need to be enabling him. So no Mothers day for you until you have birthed a child of your own. So funny, but so sad. My husband is a child also, when it comes to responsibilities and money. Good question. I think so. Too bad you married a child but if you did, then yes, you should be a...

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How many hours can I work in order to keep my unemployment insurance in Rhode Island?

A:  Actually, it''s not a question of how many hours you can work, but rather how much money you can earn. Following is an explanation from the RI UI dept website: ''Can I Work and Collect? If you are working less than full-time hours and your gross wages (before taxes) are less than your weekly benefit rate (excluding dependency allowances), you may be entitled to partial benefits. Example; Weekly benefit rate is $200. You earned $100. The ''difference'' between the two is $100. The Department will pay you the ''difference'' plus 20% of your Benefit Rate (BR). Difference = $100.+ 20% of BR payment is $140.'' In your situation, as an example, say you earned $10 an hour at your PT job. You would get a gross salary of $10 x 20 hours = $200. And say your Benefit Rate is $508 ( have no idea if you...

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How many hours can I realistically work while in law school part-time?

A:  Most of the evening students at my program have full-time jobs. I can''t say for sure that they all work forty hour weeks, but I''m assuming so. Are you sure the information given out at orientation was intended for part-time students? There are ABA regulations about how many hours a full-time student can work (and I think the limit is 20 hours), so it''s possible you got that information by mistake. Working full-time and going to school is no joke, but it can be done. Especially once you''ve finished your first year, there are usually lots of options for Saturday and summer classes if you need to keep your class load a little lighter. You should also plan your work schedule carefully because classes generally begin pretty early in the evening, so if you have a long commute or have to work...

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How much time can you spend in jail for a burglary?

A:  He had what you call a bail hearing. Next step you go to court >>> If you plead guilty the the judge will set a date for sentencing.& on next court date he will go to jail if judge orders it. If you plead not guilty the judge will set a date for trial. When the trial has come to an end. You will be told if you have been found guilty or not guilty. If guilty the judge hands down his decision on sentencing. If not guilty case dismissed. As far as time served maybe he will do some time plus probation when he is released. If he has priors then sentence will be more time in jail. In my state their are two types of burglary, residential and commercial. Residential is punishable by 5 to 20 years and commercial 3 to 10. However, at age 20, if he has no prior record, he has a chance at getting...

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How many cautions can I get before I get a criminal record?

A:  Do yourself a favour and quit drinking since it''s causing behaviour that can prevent you from pursuing your chosen career. As far as cautions are concerned, it''s a crapshoot. You could have been charged on your first offence. As it stands, you were lucky both times. Do you want to continue to rely on luck? Your cautions are already in the police database. If there''s a next time, your luck may run out. I think the number of cautions will depend on what you do. If you get drunk, drive, and kill someone, do you think you will get a caution? Now, about your choice of getting a law degree.... One of the most important things a lawyer brings to the table is good judgement. (UK would actually be a solicitor, right?)...

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If you were to guess, during a time of war, how many times would a soldier be awarded the good conduct medal?

A:  The normal time requirement for a good conduct medal is 3 years of good service. IE: no profiles, no article 15''s, no LOR''s. But a commander can award a GCM for one year of combat service. If someone retired after 20 years, they would normally have earned 6 GCM''s IF said individual NEVER got in trouble (restarting the ''good-conduct clock'') the math is simple... Retirement at 20 years... 20/3 = 6 Good-Conduct medals Peace or War makes no difference the us army good conduct medal is only awarded every 3 years of service with no ucmj with in the 3 years. if retired at the rank of 1sg there are just so many variables that could take affect of how many good conduct medals that person would have it differs for everyone. What does one have to do with the other?? Hey,. I have a Good Boy...

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How many points can i get on my provisional licence?

A:  You could have up to 11 ACTIVE points on a Provisional, reaching 12 will result in a ban. Under the New Driver Rules, if you gain six points or more within two years of passing your test the licence will be revoked. This includes any points gained before your test. Therefore if you have 11 active points, pass your test and then get caught speeding, you''ll have to re-apply for your licence and re-take both tests after serving any ban the courts may also impose. Hi, If you get 12 points on your license before taking your driving test, you''ll be disqualified from driving for a 3 years under the ''totting up'' system and you won''t be able to take your driving test till the period of your disqualification has ended. Generally, you can be disqualified from driving for: * six months if you...