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Abiding by NJ court order in relocation case

A:  NJ will always have jurisdiction as long as Dad lives there. You moved, so you are going to have to deal with the inconvenience of traveling to NJ if Dad files anything in court. You are only required to abide by what the order says. I would just stop comminucating with Dad if he is going to accuse you of contempt. It is going to be VERY hard to convince the court that custody should be given to him. It is very doubtful he can order you to move back but he can ask for custody but he is going to have documented proof you have interferred with visits. For future reference, please break up text into paragraphs. Big blocks are difficult to follow. I say what the father doesn't know won't hurt him. "Should I make a trip to...

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What makes it so easy for pregnant Mexican women to cross the US border and have their babies in US hospitals?

A:  The Mexico ‚?? United States border is the international border between Mexico and the United States. It runs from San Diego, California, and Tijuana, Baja California, in the west to Matamoros, Tamaulipas, and Brownsville, Texas, in the east, and traverses a variety of terrains, ranging from major urban areas to inhospitable deserts. From the Gulf of Mexico it follows the course of the Rio Grande (R√≠o Bravo del Norte) to the border crossing at El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Ju√°rez, Chihuahua; westward from that binational conurbation it crosses vast tracts of the Sonoran and Chihuahuan Desert, the Colorado River Delta, westward to the binational conurbation of San Diego and Tijuana before reaching the Pacific Ocean. The border''s total length is 3,169 km (1,969 miles), according to figures...

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In the state of Georgia, can the same matter in controversy be the subject 2 different court cases?

A:  Don''t waster your time. I would handle it differently. I would file a motion to dismiss in the court where the second case was filed. I would state the grounds for dismissal is that the same cause of action is the subject of a pending case in another court. I would state that proceeding on the same cause of action in two different court could lead to inconsistent results. While you might prefer one court over the other, the chances are better for dismissal in the later case filed....

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violating restaining order due to court sommons in another state TX

A:  I would have your friend contact the court clerk in the juristiction where the restraining order was issued and explain the situation. Perhaps the judge can make an exception....

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How is a UK court case structured?

A:  I''d suggest you go along to a convenient court and watch proceedings. The public are entitled to be there unless the court orders otherwise, which may happen in the event of a trial involving children. You''ll find that the court office will be very helpful if you give ''em a ring and tell them that you''re researching for a book. They have been known to suggest which cases may be worth watching, as some are very mundane. Don''t expect it to be like on the TV, full of shouting lawyers and histrionics. 1. you must bear in mind that a criminal case extends far beyond the trial. Before the trial there will have been hearings for bail, for...

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Using court Form in Different state?--Q

A:  Originally Posted by ZionIza Hi there, I have a hearing coming up in Virginia in which I will be asking the judge for a court order to remove the non biological father''s name from the FLORIDA birth certificate. Since I am doing this Pro Se I have been trying to find out all the information I will need ahead of time so I am as prepared as I can be. The question is, on the Florida Vital statistic website there is a court form in which you can fill out regarding the name of the child and what is to be changed on the birth certificate and at the bottom of said form is the place for the Clerk/Judge to sign off on. Is this something I can or should attach to my motion or is that not allowed since it''s from the state of Florida? You...

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What is my status in us at the moment ?

A:  You provided a lot of data, and that makes answering your question fairly easy. ''Am i still completely illegal with SSN card and a marriage license?''-------YES. You stayed longer than authorized which makes you deportable under section 237(a)(1)(B), and you are working without permission which makes you deportable under section 237(a)(1)(C)(i). So, yes, you are completely illegal at this moment. As you know, you need an green card and do not have one. That makes you subject to a removal order. Only three kinds of people are allowed to work in the U.S., those who are U.S. citizens, permanent residents or non-immigrants with employment authorization. You are not a member of these groups....

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Registration of Indian divorce USA courts, dismissal of divorce case in USA?

A:  Sorry this happened to you. Make sure you see an attorney. See the links below. They helped me a lot. Reference this site for free legal advice. I ran across this site when I was looking for legal advice. It is free and has real / licensed lawyers. Donít forget, lawyers will meet with you for an initial meeting for free. Also, nowadays, many lawyers will make arrangements with you for payments on a weekly, bi-weekly basis. Donít forget, licensed professionals, like everyone else, are having a hard time making ends meet. They are willing to work with you. Just get out your telephone book and start calling them (if you donít want to check out the site). Peace. ???...

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What should be in the summary of an appellate brief?

A:  For this you should go to law school....

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Can a legal alien sue a US Citizen assuming they're both in US?

A:  Anyone can sue anyone. Residence/citizenship is irrelevant. Even an illegal alien could sue if he wanted to. In this case, since the child is now in the US, that state''s laws would apply. The judge would most likely order the father to give the mother some sort of visitation rights. However, this usually doesn''t happen, since generally speaking, US customs will not let a child into the country with only one parent unless there is a written letter of consent from the other parent....