"cut of day" is used for every state in US? Right?
Can you provide more context? When I've heard the expression, it is just a colloquialism for "deadline."See question
Can a illegal Mexican living in the USA migrate to Canada and how?
This isn't really a legal question, particularly for an American international lawyer. The best source might be consulting a Canadian immigration lawyer. I've recategorized your question. But, I have seen an article in The Guardian stating that Canada, in response to jingoistic American immigration policy, has eliminated visa requirements for Mexican immigrants. Harkening back to the days of the Fugitive Slave Act, Canada may become a safe haven for Mexican-American residents.See question
What should l have to do? Please explain that.
The first thing you should do is post your question to an immigration lawyer, since they will be able to give you better advice on the various available visas after reviewing the facts about your girlfriend. I've recategorized the question so immigration lawyers can see it.
While "girlfriend" status probably helps very little, once you are engaged to be married, there is a fiancé visa that may apply, and once she is your wife, she is probably eligible for a spousal visa.See question
My father is a US citizen. Most of his assets are located in the US. He has a US will that lists his 3 kids as the beneficiaries of all his assets. He has filed US federal tax returns every year, but no state returns. He lived in Jamaica and p...
While different state laws vary, you should be able to probate the Will in the last state and county that your father treated as his US residence at the time of his death. The fact that illness prevented him from returning since 2007 will likely be irrelevant unless some heir, beneficiary, or creditor claims that he ceased considering that location as his residence in the US. A court might be more interested in the location of his US drivers license, tax filings, and utility bills than his passport entry stamps. But, this is an unusual case, and you should consult a lawyer in that state and county to determine local filing practices and to review who might oppose the probate. If your father had property in other locations around the world, it is possible to probate the Will as a foreign probate where the property lies.
Btw, this is better answered by a lawyer familiar with probate law, but since you haven't told us which jurisdiction, I haven't recategorized it as a probate question. Seek a lawyer who handles both.See question
The court call me to serve on a jury and I went but I didn't get pick so can I apply for a US citizenship?
An error by a jury commissioner in issuing a jury summons is immaterial to whether you meet the criteria for citizenship. It is good that you -- as all residents of our country should -- honored the summons, and you should be welcomed to join our country of immigrants once you meet the citizenship criteria set by statute.See question
Ex-father in law gifted me real estate that was his property at time of Muslim marriage in Pakistan. The legal term in marriage certificate indicates the gift is given and available "upon demand" independent of the status of the marriage. A second...
Interesting question. I'm not sure whether you'd be better off with obtaining an Imam's expert opinion on Islamic Law, but that surely isn't going to matter if the property is in Pakistan. Just enforce the Pakistani judgment and ask your Houston lawyer to move to dismiss because the matter is moot. (Absent a treaty otherwise, the Pakistani judgment probably isn't res judicata in Houston). But, if the property is in Houston, you probably need either a lawyer familiar with Islamic law or an Imam to act as an expert. I could hook you up with either, but this forum isn't a place to solicit business, and, anyway, it's a long way from D.C. to Houston.See question
My cousin lives in el salvador and I am a citozen of the US
First, you will get much better responses from immigration lawyers than international lawyers, so I've recategorized your question.
Second, without more information, an immigration lawyer would need to write you a book to give you an outline of the categories. You really need to schedule an interview to discuss specific facts applicable to the visa applicant. Some immigration lawyers offer such initial consults free.See question
Failure to appear in court
1) The word is "quash."
2) The correct area for your question is almost certainly Criminal Defense, though bench warrants can be issued in civil cases for disobeying a subpoena.
3) How can we possibly help you without knowing anything about the warrant or the facts?
I need my supplier to sign an NDA with me, will it stand in US courts? I', in California and they're in Vancouver, BC? If they violate it can I do anything about it in California?
Both formerly British Canada and the US states other than Louisiana follow a British Common Law tradition, so legal systems are quite similar as to all contractual law, including modern NDAs. For that matter, most contracts drafted in the French legal system found in Quebec and Louisiana are likely to enforced equally in the rest of their countries or in most international settings, it is always wise to include a choice of law provision, and it isn't a bad idea to have it looked at by a lawyer in the jurisdictions where the defendant is likely to be found to ensure that its restrictions do not violate public policy. Such warnings are likely to be far more relevant to contracts that stretch public policy, like restrictive covenants, but it is wise to be cautious. The significance of formalities, like notarization, vary widely.See question
I live in Texas now
I agree with both of my colleagues. It requires the experience of a Texas lawyer familiar with criminal defense and perhaps a Minnesota lawyer with the same experience, and you got a rather humorous response from a Texas lawyer.... uhmm. "Catch and release".See question