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Yolanda Navarrete

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  • If im still working but have herniated dics ,degenerative arthritis, spinal stenosis etc do i qualify for SS Disabilty

    I work a very physical job and take pain killers most days. I have a diasbled parking permit

    Yolanda’s Answer

    It sounds like you woould qualify for SSDI if you were not working. More information is needed, however, to give you a reliable answer.

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  • Can a victim of domestic violence get her permanent resident even when her husband is here in US just with a visa?

    My friend has been victim of domestic violence and she is married to someone who only holds a visa. Can she get her permanent resident still?

    Yolanda’s Answer

    Yes. If the violence has been reported to a police agency and they are willing to certify that you have been cooperative, you may apply for a U visa, which will give you the opportunity to file for residency 3 years later.

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  • I am now a US citizen who was in a livein relation having 2 children from this relation over 20 years ago.

    As my livein partner was not ready to migrate,I came to US as a lawful resident and was living alone here for more than a decade.Now that my livein partner has decided to join me by marrying me.How do I go ahead as I have declared myself single wh...

    Yolanda’s Answer

    If you are now married, you may file a family petition for him. You file the same for each child, along with other applications.

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  • My daughter fell in a water park resort.. She had to get 8 stitches..

    Inside the indoor water park beach.

    Yolanda’s Answer

    What caused her to fall and what part of her body did she injure? The facts have to be investigated in order to advise you.

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  • Loss of Overtime in a Motor Vehicle Accident

    I was involved in a motor vehicle accident and have been out of work for 3 months. My company pays 100 percent of my base salary but not overtime. I have lost about 12k in overtime income. My own insurance policy pays 5k max in loss income ...

    Yolanda’s Answer

    A review of your policy is necessary to give you a reliable answer. I am wondering what it is that has kept you out of work 3 months. I also wonder who told you that your injuries aren't permanent.

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  • What is statue of limitations on an Uninsured Motorist claim (UM) when plaintiff is a minor?

    My son was involved in a UM matter. He is a minor. I know UM matters have a 6 year statute of limitations on adults. What is statute of limitations for a minor in a UM matter?

    Yolanda’s Answer

    A minor's statute of limitations begins to run at his 18th birth date.

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  • Can I get my green card without having to leave the country now that I'm married to a U. S citizen

    I'm an illegal immigrant that came here at the age of 4. I did come here by my parents and since then I have obtained the perfect grades and no criminal record. I am now married and wish to apply for A green card but fear that I will have to leave...

    Yolanda’s Answer

    First it appears you are eligible for DACA. It may also be possible to obtain a GC bit more information is needed.

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  • Can I stop alimony after 10 years of divorce has past ?

    She is able to work but doesn't

    Yolanda’s Answer

    This answer can't be answered without reviewing your judgement of divorce and property settlement agreement.

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  • Car accident. Injured while sitting in passenger seat

    I was injured while sitting in the passenger's seat. Assuming the other driver was at fault, who should I claim for my medical expenses (ER and etc..) ? Should I go through my auto insurance or should I go through the driver's insurance or the oth...

    Yolanda’s Answer

    Under NJ's no fault policy, medical expenses are paid by your own auto insurance policy if you have one.

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  • Do you need to be a citizen of the US to file for a personal injury claim?

    If you are a permanent resident and was involved in an accident which was not your fault, do you have the same rights as someone who is already a citizen? Are you required to inform of your residency status?

    Yolanda’s Answer

    You absolutely have the right to file a claim if you have suffered injuries. Additionally, the defense may not ask you about your immigration status.

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