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If you've already had your license reinstated, then it's on Schedule F as an unsecured debt to whoever lent you the money to pay the fees. If you haven't reinstated your license, then it's not a debt at all because you're not required to pay the reinstatement fee, you chose to pay the fee so you can get a new license.? Do you really think getting a new license is a good idea? Since you have FIVE different suspensions (FIVE), it's obvious that you're an incredibly dangerous driver with horrible judgment. Besides, in the drain dead idiot catagory, even state minimum insurance is going to cost like $2,500 a month. It's a miracle (FIVE!!!!) that you haven't killed any innocent people yet. As soon as you get on the road again, you're going to do more bonehead driving and probably get sent to prison for several years. FIVE SUSPENSIONS!!!... Read More
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For whatever reason, this question came up in Utah. You need to reset your parameters so that it goes to Illinois.

Can I file I-485 with a pending I-130?

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It depends on several factors.
It depends on several factors.
Unless you were fired for a documented disability, leaving without permission is grounds to terminate.
Unless you were fired for a documented disability, leaving without permission is grounds to terminate.
Told by who?  The case number you gave is meaningless.
Told by who?  The case number you gave is meaningless.
You can sue, unless the whole thing was a scam.  How do you know the person exists and the business was real?
You can sue, unless the whole thing was a scam.  How do you know the person exists and the business was real?
Yes.  But the outcome will depend on what you signed.  Also, did you contact the Lawyers Fund for Client Protection?
Yes.  But the outcome will depend on what you signed.  Also, did you contact the Lawyers Fund for Client Protection?
Legally, no.  Typically, yes.
Legally, no.  Typically, yes.




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