What are the requirements for becoming a citizen of the U.S.?
To apply for citizenship, you must meet the following requirements:
- You must be at least 18 years old. There are exceptions; for example, you may apply for citizenship on behalf of your foreign-born child or adopted child.
- You must have a green card.
- You must have lived in the U.S. continuously for at least five years before filing, and, within that time, have been outside the country for no more than one year at a time.
- You have to show that you've been a person of good moral character.
You must be able to read, write, speak and understand words in ordinary usage in the English language
- You must show that you are attached to the principles of the U.S. Constitution. You show this by taking the Oath of Allegiance. You cannot become a U.S. citizen until you take this oath.
- You must demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of basic U.S. history and of the principles and form of government of the United States.
Who is a minor?
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Any individual who has not completed 18 years of age is a minor
What is a Will?
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A Will is a legal declaration of the intention of testator with respect to his property which he desires to be carried into effect after his death.
How to execute to a Will? & Whether a Will is compulsorily registerable?
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Q1: Any person of sound mind, not being a minor, may dispose off his property by Will.
Q2: No, a Will is not
Can I file a complaint for deficiency/negligence against Professionals suc as Lawyers?
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Yes. If you are able to prove that deficiency or mistake is due to the negligence of the Professional. A Professional will not be considered guilty of negligence if s/he proves that s/he has acted in accordance with the practice accepted by other persons engaged in the same practise. S/he will also have to show that s/he has used utmost care while dealing with the matter or providing the service.
I purchased a furnace in 1996 and a 20 year extended warrantee on the furnace ror parts and labor. The company I purchased the furnace from was sold twice now and they will not honor the warrantees as far as labor goes. Am I entitled to get free labor or what? I don't want to be a pain in the neck, I just want the service that I paid for.
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Yes you are entitled to get free labo (they have to honour your contract)r, no matter how many times the company has been sold. as long as the company still sells the same product
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