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How is an average person expected to get through life in the US without a bureaucracy consultant to advise on how to properly fill out all the paperwork?
The lawmakers expect a reasonable average person to be able to guide self through the maze of laws and regulations.Still, some people value their time or are truthful about their abilities to comprehend things, and instead of getting a self-taught degree in taxation or legal intricacies of a company formation (and accounting/financial issues associated with that), those people choose to hire a professional specializing in those areas.I am personally an accountant (corporate accounting) which is as far away from personal taxes as you can imagine, my tax returns are tied to my spouse's and due to presence of several items which are not a common occurrence in an average person's life, I am not even trying to complete our taxes.I do my due diligence with all the information gathering, schedules, support documentation, record retention and such but I can't spend days pouring over it all to come up with a final number.So, I pay a professional to be on time, on spec, and on budget.With respect to legal advice, laws in US vary by state, so me being able to spend 3 years in law school, and then more years trying to be admitted to each of the Bar associations, and then have the ability to research cases for precedents - that's just not reasonable.Still, there are others who actually love this process, are knowledgeable, and can tell me a solution to my problem within 20 mins. Isn't this worth my money?
Returning from a short vacation in Mexico we breezed through customs without having to fill out a customs declaration, and without even a single question, only having to show our passports. How come?
It's just the way things are often done for US citizens returning home. Sometimes you'll get a question or three, sometimes not. They don't stamp your passports anymore when returning home, nor do you have to fill out a pen-and-ink customs declaration • just that kiosk thing. (Did you have to do that?)Everything is visible to the customs agents. They can see when you left the country. They know your passports are legit. They assume the reason you went to Mexico is obvious (short vacation). You don't fit any profile that would set off a red flag to them. Your bags have been scanned for obvious bad stuff, and probably sniffed by dogs. There's really not much for them to ask that they don't already know the answer to.For non-US citizens, it's a different story.
As a minor, can I go to the emergency room without my parents finding out?
In the USA, Federal law takes precedence over any state or local laws. So despite state law(California) indicating that except for mental health, birth control, pregnancy, STI’s, and drug use problems, minors(except emancipated minors) must have parental permission to be seen. A minor coming to the ER will be seen, but the parents will be called unless the problem is from the aforementioned list. If the parents can’t be contacted, they will still be seen or at least have their emergency stabilized. A couple of interesting cases. A neighbor’s 16 year old daughter arrived by ambulance for a problem related to her first attempt to smoke pot. We took care of her, I gave her a ride home at the end of the shift, and when I saw her dad the next day, I said nothing. Two weeks later the ambulance bill arrived. Now he knew. Another time we had a 17 year old girl in active labor after a full term pregnancy. Her parents never knew. (she weighed about 120 pounds-amazing what baggy sweat clothes can cover). Her parents had left her alone for a four day weekend. She had the baby, turned it over to be adopted, and I don’t think her parents ever figured it out (she was on Medicaid, so there was no bill).
Can I travel to Mexico without a passport?
The short answer is yes and no.Depending on where you hold citizenship. If you are in the U.S. and need to travel to Mexico and you are a Mexican citizen then yes you can fly without a passport.Airlines have special procedures for “passport exceptions” or “passport emergencies”.Most airline counter personnel and gate agents will not know this. In this case you will need to ask for a supervisor, sometimes 2 or 3. Whatever it takes.The correct answer is that you can fly to your citizenship country if you have a valid “identity document” from your country. You will also need to show this document to a TSA supervisor and you would probably be selected for additional security screening.When you land in your country you will probably have to explain how you got out of the U.S. without a passport. However, since you are a citizen in that country, there’s no way for them to deny entry to one of their own citizens, passport or not.
Can a minor travel to a different country without their parents?
In the U.K. you're counted as a minor if you are 15 or younger. Anyone between 5 and 15 can fly (I assume this is on an airplane) by themselves but below 5 would have to be with someone 16 or older. The term for this is “unaccompanied minor”However, it can differ depending on where you're flying from. A few years ago 2 of my brothers were flying to New York to London. One was 16 and one was 12. We thought they would be fine because my older brother was 16 but there were security issues and they had to pay $50 each and fill out a load of forms (my nan had to give consent for them to fly and she paid as none of them would carry that much money to an airport). When they managed to get on the plane they were seated in a “kids area” with about 10–20 other unaccompanied minors.I think with most countries the cut off age for a minor would be 16–17 but yes- they would be able to travel alone as long as they weren't below 5–7.• -- .-
Can a minor travel to Dubai alone without his/her parents?
Yes a minor can travel to Dubai alone along with his/her passport and visa. You should talk to the airlines when you confirm the booking and inform them that he or she travels alone. I am sure they will take care of the minor during the flight and hand over the appropriate person at the port of disembarkation (Dubai). The minor will taken care of by the cabin crew.
I’m a beneficiary from a bank account in Mexico (daughter of deceased), how can I claim it from the USA without traveling to Mexico?
There is a special Process in México where you transfer your legal representation to someone its called “Carta Poder” (Power transference Letter).You need someone in México you can trust • get one of this letters and sign ittransfering your legal power to this person in México.As mentioned by someone else, you need this person to have the Death Certificate so he can go to the bank to get the ownership of the account.Not sure if he will be able to transfer the account to you directly. He may have to add you as additional owner• or just take the money and transfer it to you directly, probably that would be easier.
Can an Indian with H1B US visa travel to Mexico without a separate visa?
Yes you can.I have first hand experience about it. I traveled to mexico(Cabo) on F1( students visa) without any problem.You don’t need separate visa to travel to Mexico or Canada if you have a valid US visa( could be F1, h1b)If you are worried about immigration, then i don’t think you need to worry about it. As you are completely allowed to go to mexico and canada on a valid US visa.Only thing you need to make sure is your passport is not expiring in next 6- 8 months, it could create some issues, otherwise you are good to go.Enjoy MexicoHope this helps.Ps- I have been to mexico on Dec 22nd, 2016.
How can I get more parents to fill out my survey?
It sounds like you are working off of a list survey or google form survey. If this is the case, a simple thing to get parents is to ask your own. Funny enough parents normally know parents and having your parents share your survey with their friends or thru social media will help you build a network of parents.Another good way to get more parents is by joining parenting groups and asking for parents feedback. Make sure to include what the survey is about and what their opinions may impact. Most of the time when you state how giving an opinion in a survey may impact people are more willing to participate.If you are using a panel survey, it’s a simple click of a button to sort your demographics. Or you can always ask a pre qualification question.
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