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DUI/DWIDACA is available to certain young persons (under age 31 as of June 15, 2012) who: (1) entered the United States before June 15, 2007 and before reaching age 16; (2) have resided in the United States continuously since at least June 15, 2007 and up to the present date; (3) are currently in high school, have graduated from high school or obtained a certificate of completion or GED, or are an honorably discharged veteran of the Coast Guard or U.S. Armed Forces; and, (4) have not been convicted of a felony, significant misdemeanor (including DUI), or three or more misdemeanors. DACA relief does not confer lawful status or a path to permanent residence or citizenship, but, when granted, will defer any removal action against the applicant for a period of two years, subject to renewal. During the two-year period, the applicant will be eligible to apply for work authorization, and if granted, can apply for a Social Security number, driver’s license, and other state benefits. DACA recipients can work lawfully for any employer, open bank accounts, apply for credit cards, and in some instances, receive permission to travel internationally.
RobberyA non-citizen who is convicted of, or who admits having committed, or who admits committing acts which constitute the essential elements of, a crime involving moral turpitude is inadmissible to the United States. A CIMT has been defined as “a crime that is morally reprehensible and intrinsically wrong, so that is the nature of the act itself and not the statutory prohibition of it which renders a crime one of moral turpitude.” In other words, it is not just illegal; it is morally unacceptable. Examples of CIMTs are robbery and child or spousal abuse whereas simple assault is not. However, the law in this area is not clear cut. Some violations Read more...
MisdemeanorsPersons who did apply for DACA benefits when DACA first became available are now eligible to renew DACA status for another two years. DACA is only granted in two-year increments, and DACA does not renew automatically. In order to maintain status without interruption (including disruption to employment authorization), DACA recipients should apply for renewal 120 days prior to the expiration of the current DACA. Renewal applicants will need to demonstrate that they have not left the United States since August 15, 2012 without advance parole (travel permission), have continuously resided in the United States since initially applying for DACA, and, have not been convicted of a felony, significant misdemeanor, or three or more misdemeanors, and do not otherwise pose a threat to public safety or national security.
MurderHer boyfriend - Kevin Ambrose, 52, also of Winslow - was arrested later that day and arraigned July 30 in court in Camden on a murder charge with his bail set at $2 million. Ambrose could face up to life in prison if convicted.
Child SupportOrders enforceable by contempt in divorce proceedings: (1) Support orders: child, spousal and family support orders based on obligation arising out of marriage and parentage. They are not money judgments in civil actions for the payment of a “debt” within the meaning of the constitutional guaranty against imprisonment for debt. Child support, spousal and family support orders are deemed to be law-imposed obligation and are thus enforceable by the court’s contempt powers. Read more...
Child AbuseThis means, according to “Got questions?org” that the Lord uses discipline to punish sin, and parents should likewise use discipline to punish a child for his sin. “When a child does not feel the consequence of his sin, he will not understand that sin requires punishment.” However, the Bible does not say when parental discipline becomes child abuse.
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Personal InjuryJojo Liangco is an attorney with the Law Offices of Amancio M. Liangco Jr. in San Francisco, California. His practice is in the areas of immigration, family law, personal injury, civil litigation, business law, bankruptcy, DUI cases, criminal defense and traffic court cases. Please send your comments to Jojo Liangco, c/o Law Offices of Amancio "Jojo" Liangco, 605 Market Street, Suite 605, San Francisco, CA 94105 or you can call him (415) 974-5336. Read more...
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