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Ryan Michael Reppucci

Ryan Reppucci’s Legal Guides

102 total


  • Protected and Unpublished Addresses as Related to Arizona Family Law Matters.

    Rule 7 of the Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure (ARFLP) governs protected and unpublished addresses. In relevant text, Rule 7 states: Any person filing an initial or post-judgment petition, motion or response, whose address is not known to the other party and who reasonably ...

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  • Removal: Ramifications, Procedure, and More.

    Deportation, also known as "Removal" occurs when the federal government orders that a non-citizen be removed from the United States, typically after the violation of immigration or criminal Removal hearings are conducted to determine whether certain aliens are subject to removal ...

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  • Service of Family Court Documents Upon a Party Located Outside The State of Arizona.

    Rule 42, Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure (ARFPL) governs "Service of Process Outside of [the] State." Rule 42 states that "[s]ervice upon any such party located outside of the state may be made as provided in this rule and when so made shall be of the same effect as persona...

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  • U.S. Immigration and the F-1 “Student Visa”

    Recognizing the importance of education and diversity therein, the United States often welcomes students from foreign nations into U.S. high school, universities, and various other institutions of higher education. A foreign person seeking permission to attend one of the institut...

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  • Naturalization Facts

    VIA USCIS.gov The United States has a long history of welcoming immigrants from all parts of the world. During the last decade, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) welcomed more than 6.8 million naturalized citizens into the fabric of our nation. Thus far in fiscal...

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  • Service of Family Court Documents Upon a Party Located Outside The State of Arizona.

    Rule 42, Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure (ARFPL) governs "Service of Process Outside of [the] State." Rule 42 states that "[s]ervice upon any such party located outside of the state may be made as provided in this rule and when so made shall be of the same effect as persona...

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  • Applicability of the Rules of Evidence to Your Family Law Case

    The Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure (ARFLP) govern course of conduct and procedure for family law cases within the State of Arizona. Unlike other areas of the law, which strictly conform to evidentiary standards, the ARFLP does not. Regarding evidence, Rule (2), ARFLP state...

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  • If I have a written custody agreement can I move my child out of the State of Arizona with me?

    The simple answer to this question is yes, if certain specific requirements are met. Arizona Revised Statutes 25-408 deals with the rights of a noncustodial parent; parenting time; and relocation of a child. In particular, 25-408 (B) states in pertinent text: [i]f by written ...

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  • If I am Representing Myself, Where Can I Find Immigration Forms?

    If you already know what immigration form you need, you can generally obtain the most recent version of that or those items by visiting the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Website (www.uscis.gov/forms). Only download the forms from the above website if your are sure th...

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  • Court Interviews of Children in Family Law Cases in Arizona

    Rule 12, Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure (ARFLP), permits court interviews of minor children to if certain requirements are satisfied. In relevant text, Rule 12 states: [o]n motion of any party, or its own motion, the court may, in its discretion, conduct an in camera inte...

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