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I would like to file a complain against a university based in California but without involving lawyers.?

Question by Gina: I would like to file a complain against a university based in California but without involving lawyers.?
I was given false information by the representatives based in California and India. I trusted them to guide me in how to apply for Fall 2011 and for visa. Due to their mistake the I-20 arrived late due to which I was unable to take the visa date on time. I was assured that an extension letter would be provided to me that would delay my entry in the USA by a week. Once I got the visa date I was assured that there won’t be a problem but a couple of days later they informed that I would have to differ my admission to Summer 2011. They laugh whenever I try to call them and they fail to take down my complain. When I ask what is the complains procedure they ask to contact an immigration lawyer or a lawyer in CA. They hang up on me whenever I try to contact them. Even if I give a false name to speak to the person incharge they know who is on the line. Their attitude is not professional and it seems that they must pulled this stunt on someone else as well hence they have the “I CARE A DAMN” attitude. All I want is to lodge a complaint at the university with someone other than the person who the complain is against. They refuse to entertain my request and refuse to give any information. Someone please help me because I don’t want some other student to go through what I have gone through. It is insulting and just not right.

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Answer by M. P
Call the BBA
http://www.bbb.org/

Also you could contact their board members and let them know what’s going on. Many people are investing a lot of money in that college. They may help you.

3rd you could contact your local newspapers. This is a good way to get their attention and let them know you are serious.

Last… you may need a lawyer… if nothing else works.

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A lawyer joke, see if you like it :)?

Question by iamigloo: A lawyer joke, see if you like it :)?
A man was chosen for jury duty who really wanted to be dismissed from serving. He tried every excuse he could think of but none of them worked. On the day of the trial, he decided to give it one more shot. As the trial was about to begin, he asked if he could approach the bench.

“Your Honor,” he said, “I must be excused from this trial because I am prejudiced against the defendant. I took one look at the man in the blue suit with those beady eyes and that dishonest face and I said ‘He’s a crook! He’s guilty!’ So, your Honor, I cannot possibly stay on this jury!”

With a tired annoyance the judge replied, “Get back in the jury box, you fool. That man is the defendant’s lawyer.”

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Answer by Quick v2
hah, good one!

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18 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - March 14, 2011 at 7:11 pm

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Counterintelligence For The Holiday Shopper Three Situations Posing a Serious Threat for ID Theft ?And How to Secure Your Vitals Like a Super Spy

Denver, CO (PRWEB) December 12, 2005

While you wrap up holiday shopping, many identity thieves may be doing some “shopping” of another sort. And if you don’t develop some “counterintelligence measures” that go beyond the typical checklist of ho-ho-hum “prevention tactics,” you just might be the thief’s next target.

In 2004 alone an estimated 9.3 million people became victims of identity theft. Many of those individuals might have saved thousands of dollars in personal loss and legal fees if only they’d trained themselves to “think like a spy.”

“To prevent a theft you must learn to think about privacy like a spy. You must understand how the enemy operates and develop habits that protect your long-term privacy,” says John D. Sileo, author of Stolen Lives: Identity Theft Prevention Made Simple. “To-do prevention lists are not enough to stop the epidemic.”

Sileo knows from experience how devastating identity theft is. In 2003, his identity was stolen and used to commit a series of crimes. Sileo spent two years and ,000 on a criminal lawyer to defend his innocence. During that time, he became an expert in identity theft prevention and mitigation strategies. Since the holiday shopping season presents a substantially higher number of instances where consumers may be at risk, Sileo shares three situations where you should be on guard against potential ID theft:

Someone wants to give you a “gift” in exchange for your information (e.g. You’re offered a 10% discount on your purchase if you sign up for the store’s credit card)

Someone threatens to take away your privileges or rights of access if you don’t comply with requests for information.

Someone says that what they are doing is for the “sake of security.”

Before revealing any information you should always observe and evaluate the situation.

Ask yourself exactly what kind of information you are allowing strangers to access, find out who will have access to the info and finally, decide whether or not it’s really necessary to expose your identity. In many cases, you will still be able to receive the benefit without giving the information and thus protect your most valuable asset – your identity.

Will your life get stolen? Take the “Identity Theft Risk Test” at www.ThinkLikeASpy.com.

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How come the marrieds don’t like having their bubble burst?

Question by Georgio Golgani Top Contributor: How come the marrieds don’t like having their bubble burst?
Let me quote a divorced divorce lawyer:

“the worst thing marrieds can do is hang out with divorced people”

Why is that?

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Answer by pinniethewooh
My husband and I were both divorced and hanging out. It worked out pretty well for us.

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11 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - March 10, 2011 at 4:13 pm

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what leagal action can I take to get rid of my “mother in law”. my guy husband and I live like roomates.


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Question by conerned mom of a 8 year old: what leagal action can I take to get rid of my “mother in law”. my guy husband and I live like roomates.
My husband and I married in 1995 in China. Then we came to USA to study. the marriage has not been a good one, it turned out years later, he is guy. We decide we will live like roomates for the sake of our 7 year old son, and have an open marriage. until 2 month ago, his mother moved in with us with the understanding that she is going to help with our son because my husband is doing extensive traveling and he is rarely home, not mention help with our son. the mother in law can’t drive, can’t speak English. and she is getting very upset seeing my boy friend help me picking up my son to school. so She wants to ban my boy friend from entering the house, she refues to help with anything in the house. and of course, my guy husband is on her side, and saying that he has the right to have her mother staying in the house. we have been arguing every time we see each other and I want both of them out. I want to know my rights, does anyone know any good divorce lawyers?
Sorry, my husband is gay.
He is my first and only boy friend, then we married. He told me later that he knew he is gay when he is much younger. we did not even have sex prior to the marriage because the way we were brought up. I did not know.
since he told me about it, we decided to have an open marriage, and share joint coustoday. I only have one boy friend all these years, and he is great with my son. I am thinking about divorce process, and hoping to resolve it between us without costly legal fees. however, because the mother in law moves in, and she knows that he is gay, and he is almost never home. it seems that we have to seek legal process.
we have alway had separate banks accounts, and why should I move out? it is my house, I paid half for it, plus, my son needs to go to school there, if anyone, shouldn’t my husband move out with his mother? Am I missing some important legal issue here?
Sorry, my husband is gay.
He is my first and only boy friend, then we married. He told me later that he knew he is gay when he is much younger. we did not even have sex prior to the marriage because the way we were brought up. I did not know.
since he told me about it, we decided to have an open marriage, and share joint coustoday. I only have one boy friend all these years, and he is great with my son. I am thinking about divorce process, and hoping to resolve it between us without costly legal fees. however, because the mother in law moves in, and she knows that he is gay, and he is almost never home. it seems that we have to seek legal process.
we have alway had separate banks accounts, and why should I move out? it is my house, I paid half for it, plus, my son needs to go to school there, if anyone, shouldn’t my husband move out with his mother? Am I missing some important legal issue here?

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Answer by Christie Brucks
i’m a little confused. did you think your husband was a woman? ok. the good news is, you can just leave…leave her alone in the house. whatever. pick a day. move everything into storage and move into an apt. if necessary.

i don’t think it is a good environment for your son for you to have a bf.

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3 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - March 5, 2011 at 4:13 pm

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How to Think Like a Tax Lawyer: Be Aware of Costly Tax Evasion Schemes To Avoid IRS Tax Problems


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How to Think Like a Tax Lawyer: Be Aware of Costly Tax Evasion Schemes To Avoid IRS Tax Problems

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FACT: The IRS reports that tax evasion is a widespread problem that grows each year costing the government an estimated 0 billion in unpaid taxes and creating a tax gap that grows by 10% each year.

FACT: The additional tax burden falls on shoulders of honest Americans.

FACT: Public services that are supported by tax dollars are affected as well.

FACT: Buying into tax evasion schemes can and will be costly, either in civil or criminal penalties or both, even imprisonment.

The Internal Revenue Service has identified small business and sole proprietorship owners as the largest contributors to the tax gap. Without significant investigations, there is no way for the government to control skimming or non-reported income by individuals who are self-employed or run small businesses.

While there are huge tax evasion activities happening all over the world, it has been estimated that the United States Government has collected roughly 0 billion less than it is owed by American taxpayers. We’re already seeing the IRS cracking down on both small businesses and individuals who evade their taxes with an increase in  tax audits and aggressive collection tactics, including bank levies.

Tax evasion is not to be confused with tax avoidance. The biggest difference? One is legal, the other is a crime. Tax avoidance is when someone works within existing laws to pay the least amount of taxes that the IRS says are due. Tax evasion, on the other hand, is when someone intentionally works outside of existing laws by not paying the taxes that are owed to the IRS.

And you don’t have to be a tax lawyer to know the red flags that cause the IRS to suspect tax evasion. If you intentionally fail to report your business cash receipts, including checks that are cashed at the maker’s bank, the IRS has specific audit programs that will investigate this activity. Also, if the amount of income reported on your tax return far exceeds the previous year’s – you will be flagged as suspect! Additionally, if you are one of those “do-gooders”  that helps others to file fraudulent tax returns and accept payment for this… that could be a problem.

Tax evasion encompasses any cheating of the government in taxes. Tax evasion is a felony and can carry up to a 5-year prison sentence and/or IRS penalties up to 0,000. Even in the current enforcement climate, taxpayers can learn how to save money by taking advantage of legal tax deductions to reduce their IRS bill. Additionally, anyone who owes  back taxes or is being audited by the IRS will need to know that there are options for negotiating a tax resolution. Working with a tax resolution specialist or  tax lawyer can greatly increase your chances of successfully resolving your IRS tax problems. However, it’s important to be informed in the first place so you can avoid becoming a target of aggressive IRS collection efforts that can financially cripple you for life.

For more information on achieving a tax resolution for your IRS problems or back taxes, visit www.taxresolution.com for a free tax relief consultation or call 866-IRS-PROBLEMS.

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Michael Rozbruch is one of the nation’s leading tax experts. A Certified Tax Resolution Specialist (CTRS), licensed CPA and the founder of Tax Resolution Services. He helps individuals and small businesses solve their IRS problems and is dedicated to educating the public on tax planning and other strategies for managing their personal and business finances.

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My Mock Trial lawyer acts like he’s my superior, what to do?

Question by OrangeD00D: My Mock Trial lawyer acts like he’s my superior, what to do?
I understand that I have to work with him but the feeling is mutual. He’s pretty assertive, and acts as if he’s my superior. The president had to tell him twice to write down the questions before he actually did.

And then as we left, he said “You’re free to go.” I’m thinking “I was free to go two hours ago, I don’t need your approval.”

I may be overreactive, but I don’t want to be working with someone in a hostile environment.

Best answer:

Answer by Common
“Mock trial”? As in “this is a school project”? Suck it up. When you get out into the real world, you’ll find there are a number of idiots that act like this. This is good training for dealing with them all.

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by - January 23, 2011 at 11:11 am

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