help! proof of residential address for learner’s?
i’m going to the dmv tomorrow to get my learner’s and i saw in the website that i need two documents with proof of residential address but i don’t have any of these under my name [im only 16!]:
1. Deed, mortgage, monthly mortgage statement, mortgage payment booklet or residential rental/lease agreement
2. Florida Voter Registration Card
3. Florida Vehicle Registration or Title
4. Florida Boat Registration or Title (if living on a boat/houseboat)
5. A statement from a parent, step-parent or legal guardian of an applicant. The parent or guardian must reside at the same residence address, accompany the applicant and present “Proof of Residence Address”
6. A utility hook up or work order dated within 60 days of the application
7. Automobile Payment Booklet
8. Selective Service Card
9. Medical or health card with address listed
10. Current homeowner’s insurance policy or bill
11. Current automobile insurance policy or bill
12. Educational institution transcript forms for the current school year
13. Unexpired professional license issued by a government agency in the U.S.
14. W-2 form or 1099 form
15. Form DS2019, Certificate of Eligibility for Exchange Visitor (J-1) status
16. A letter from a homeless shelter, transitional service provider, or a half-way house verifying that the customer resides at the shelter address
17. Utility bills, not more than two months old
18. Mail from financial institutions; including checking, savings, or investment account statements, not more than two months old
19. Mail from Federal, State, County or City government agencies (including city and county agencies)
20. Transients – Sexual Offender/Predator/Career Offender:
– FDLE Registration form completed by local sheriff’s department
i have a medicaid/medical card but no address =[ & i lost my school transcripts from this year… my parents probably have one of these documents but can i use them? oh and i can’t call the dmv right now because the appointment is tomorrow and they’re closed.
You can use your PARENTS’s water bill, phone bill, electric bill, insurance bill, tax form, etc.
I used my mom’s water bill.
The company that just laid me off won’t give me my last paycheck!?
I have been working in Maryland as an independent photographer for an international company (US and Canada) and was laid off with no advance notice last week. This was at the end of a pay period, and they owe me a paycheck for about $1150.50. Because of my independent contractor status, I don’t know what to do to force them to pay me. As it turns out, they paid everyone who had direct deposit, but anyone still receiving paper checks has had their pay ‘held’. The whole thing has really put a world of hurt on my bank account, and I haven’t been able to pay my mortgage or credit cards, thus incurring multiple fees. Any suggestion is GREATLY appreciated!
How have I been working illegally? This is a large company with offices in Scottsdale, AZ and Chicago, IL. I’ve photographed real estate for several companies over the past 15 yrs, and I have a hard time believing that these were ‘illegal’ positions. I file a 1099 like any other contractor.
FYI, I went to the website for AZ industrial commission, and they have a wage claim form for independent contractors. So I thank everyone for their attempt at an answer, but I think this shows that I can do this through the labor board. Thanks for directing me there!
Since you have been working as an independent contractor, please issue a legal notice to the company .Please report the matter to the labour board also.
I personally feel that the company will settle your dues if you take this action.
Uk debt: CCJs on file from statute elapsed debt?
Out of the blue, I just received a letter from a debt collection agency for a debt I defaulted on in 1998. I understand that it is not enforceable but I’m wondering – do CCJ’s get wiped from the file after 6 years too?
If I were to go to one of those firms that checks your credit rating for you, would it show any defaults or CCJs from over 6 years ago? If not then there’d be no reason I can’t get a current account, credit card or mortgage, right?
I always stayed clear of those credit rating repair firms, on the basis that asking for your credit status would alert all collection firms to you. Now everything is unenforceable, would they be worthwhile, just to see the state of my credit rating?
CCJ’s and Defaults will only show up on your credit file for 6 years.
If you go onto www.experian.co.uk or www.equifax.co.uk it will show you on there anything held against you. I would recommend you check both as most banks etc use both.
However, if you defaulted on the debt in 1998, they could carry on chasing you for that debt if it hasnt been cleared off, which means they could then carry on and now try for a CCJ which of course would then show up as a current CCJ as of the date that it gets granted.
Asking for a copy of your credit file from the above sources does not alert anyone to you, its simply information that is held on file for organisations to access to see what kind of risk you are.
Received my annual escrow analysis statement…?
…saying that I had a surplus in my escrow account and would be receiving a check in the amount of $666.79 within 30 days. I wrote back and informed them that because my 2nd installment property taxes were lower than was anticipated in the analysis, that I was actually due $2479.00. Sent letter certified mail and fax. Called today to check on status of disbursement and confirm amount owed, and was “suddenly” informed that because I am currently 2 months behind in my mortgage payments (I just returned to work 2 months ago after being laid off for 6 months, so even though I continue to make a monthly payment, I am always 2 months behind), that I would not be receiving my escrow surplus refund until I became current on my payments. Is this true and is it legal? Can they legally do that? Rep claimed that this is noted on the analysis, but I could not find any language pointing to that.
Of course it’s legal. You expect a refund on your escrow surplus when you’re two months behind in payments?
Denied admission to the states – I am a Canadian citizen?
Me and my girlfriend are stuck and can’t see each other.
I am a 20 year old Canadian Citizen, my girlfriend is 18, she lives in the United States.
We have been dating for 2 years now, I have been going back and forth to the united states to visit her. I used to plane to go visit her each time.
I went for last June, again in for Christmas, march break and again this summer and every time I only stayed 9-10 days and returned.
This summer we wanted to bring her to visit Canada for the first time, she has her american passport. So i drove all the way from Montreal to the ambassador bridge to cross and pick her up and bring her back.
I was pulled over, questioned and denied entrance to the united states.
They suspected that I was going to permanently move there because I had a lot of clothes packed.
So then we decided that she should cross to come and see me instead. So i sent her money and she gets on a bus on her way to Montreal from the states.
And our bad luck, she gets denied and can’t come to Canada either. She was denied because her ticket was a one way ticket and she only had 20$ with her which was not enough for a ticket back?
Anyways, now we don’t know what to do , we haven’t seen each other for so long and we had a lot of plans.
Please help us.
How serious is this? Do I need to get a lawyer? What should I do ?
Should I go back and try again with the documents? Am i being flagged?
Below is the letter they gave me when I was refused:
Dear Traveler / Applicant for Admission:
At this point in time you do not appear to be clearly admissible to
the United States as a temporary visitor for pleasure. In order to
satisfy U.S. Officials as to your status and intentions, please
provide this office with the indicated items below:
o Proof of citizenship / evidence of Immigration Status
o Police clearance
oEvidence of Employment (recent pay stubs, employee ID, letter from
oProof of Foreign Residence (recent rent receipts, copy of mortgage,
utility bills, etc).
oEvidence of Financial Support (bank statements, savings and checking
account statements, income tax report forms, etc).
oEvidence of Financial Assistance (receipts or government
correspondence of unemployment insurance, mother’s assistance,
welfare, disability, etc).
oEvidence of Educational Ties (valid school identification, letter
from school officials on school letterhead).
aUtility Bills (recent phone, gas, electric/hydro, bills, etc).
oIncome Tax Return Forms (current and past year).
oConfirmed return date (airline tickets, train/bus tickets, date
oSufficient funds for intended trip (cash, traveler’s checks, etc).
oContact name of family member, friend, or individual who you, the
passengers, is/are travelling to see in the U.S.
oAddress and/or telephone number where you can be reached in the U.S.
***This list is intended to be used as a guideline only to assist you
in returning with the necessary materials to help you sufficiently
meet the burden of proof which is incumbent upon you as an applicant
for admission to the United States. This list should not be considered
to be allinclusive.
THE FINAL DETERMINATION IS ALWAYS MADE BY AN OFFICER AFTER ALL ITEMS
The problem is that you apparently convinced a US Immigration Officer that you planned to illegally immigrate to the USA. For example, you said you “drove…to the ambassador bridge to cross and pick her up and bring her back” yet you had a “lot of clothes packed”. Giant red flag.
You now need to basically prove you will return to Canada on schedule, and are almost certainly listed as a suspected illegal immigrant. In short, you have attracted the attention of the bureaucracy.
Best is for your GF to talk to a US immigration attorney on your behalf rather than try to navigate the bureaucracy on your own. She can search “immigration rights groups” for sources of low cost legal advice.
It’s not clear if your GF is in the same situation with the Canadian immigration authorities. You might want to speak with a Canadian immigration attorney on her behalf if it appears her entry denial is a continuing problem.
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