You will have to see the judge unless the court can make a ruling OTR (on the record), Since there are very few records that's likely impossible. You may have to reassemble your previous documentation. We are the only board certified social security attorneys in SW florida, we have offices in Bradenton. Please contact us for a free consultation on your issue, we'd be glad to help. (239) 945-0808.
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Although you are required to have at minimum, liability insurance, if you are driving a vehicle on public roads, the fact that you did not have insurance at the time of the accident is irrelevant as to who is at fault. Consequently, the fact your friend did not have insurance will not be used against him in litigation regarding fault, however there is a liklihood of a criminal charge for driving w/o insuance. The bigger issue is that without your own insurance you are not covered under a "...
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The threshold requirment for earnings and social security is 1010 per month. He must make below that amount essentially as a prerequisite to applying although there are a few specific exceptions that usually do not apply. If someone is really unable to work because of disability there is no financial reason to wait until retirement. Furthermore, after 2 years of disability benefits, a disabled person can qualify for Medicare benefits which is hugely important, otherwise he must wait until...
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The statute of limitations will start to run as soon as that person stopped using that card. I'm sure 15 years is too far back to do anything but if they were using it in the last few years you may still be able to take action against them. As far as your credit history goes the argument is similar, you probably are currently unaffected by what happened 15 years ago credit score wise, but if there was damage within the last 3-7 years you probably need to contact the credit issuer and have...
Yes. You need to disclose everything that is material to USCIS. There is unlikely to be any downside to disclosing this and it may in fact speed up your application.
Generally no. In order to qualify for SSI you would need to have 1) low or no income 2) few assets if any, and 3) be disabled. At 19 years old you may be able to qualify for childhood disability benefits rather than SSI only if you are found disabled under those rules. But even if you are not disabled, you may be able to qualify at least for a state administered medicaid program.