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  • So I am a freshman attending Texas A&M University, and am attempting to obtain in-state residency for tuition purposes for next year. I will have worked an average of 30 hours a week for a year on June 1st, and will have payed over half of my expenses. According to their residency code is there any way they could deny my residency claim?
  • Sure they can deny you, the time you are in school is generally NOT counted as being a resident for in-state tuition purposes. From the website: Independent students: Independent students are those who provide more than half of their own financial support and are not eligible to be claimed as a dependent for income tax purposes. In order to qualify for residency for tuition purposes, an independent student must reside AND maintain a domicile in Texas for the twelve months preceding the student's enrollment.<<--that means they are looking at the year BEFORE you started school. The following factors, if maintained for twelve consecutive months while residing in Texas, may lend support to a claim of domicile in Texas: 1.Ownership of residential real property in Texas 2.Ownership and customary management of a business in Texas which is regularly operated without the intention of liquidation for the foreseeable future. 3.Gainful employment that is sufficient to provide at least one-half of the individual's expenses or that represents an average of at least twenty hours of employment per week. Employment conditioned on student status, such as work study, the receipt of stipends, fellowships, or research or teaching assistantships does not constitute gainful employment.<<---this means you can't count loans or any financial aid as income for the support test. 4.Marriage to a person who has resided and maintained domicile (items 1-3 above) in Texas.
  • You have to have lived in Texas for 3 years in order to qualify for in-state residency. If you're independent, meaning you provide more than half your financial supports (which you might), it's only one year. http://registrar.tamu.edu/general/resgui...
  • You have to live in TX for 24-36+ months while NOT attending college.
  • Of course they can -- you can not gain residency for tuition while enrolled in school
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  • the prsone how lent the car out will go to jall
  • Texas can be a difficult state for minors and sex. If the younger is under the age of consent and the other is an adult (at the time of any sexual activity, not just the beginning of one) and there is no age differential that exempts the adult, then the adult is guilty of statutory rape and if convicted would be a sexual predator and have to keep everyone apprised of his residence. No opening door on halloween, no living anywhere near police or place where kids hang out. Might not be able to find a job as that is a felony. Don't be stupid. Wait. If you get married it might exempt you from statutory rape if it is done before charges are filed. Your ages are fairly close and many states have an age differential in the case of consent. Check on the internet as to AGE OF CONSENT and TEXAS to find out the rules that govern. It makes no difference that sex was initiated when bothwere underage. What matters is every time that they had sex and having a child would prove the case because of DNA, and when it was born if it was while one was child and one was adult. So if you searched, you should have found your answer as to the age of consent and the variation in ages. If it is 18, and no age diffeential then out of luck. If you have sex in different states, then each count could count in that state under their laws as well.
  • You can google that by putting "Catfish" and then the town names you hope to find catfish at !! GOOD LUCK !! ~
  • Darlin' a solid mess of fried catfish isn't souly (yeah i understand I misspelled entirely, even though it regarded lovable) enjoyed with the aid of black people. Take seem around in David Beard's Katfish King eating places in E. Texas and a number of different of the all people is white. solid eatin' isn't limited to one race or way of existence (yet black people specific do understand a thank you to prepare dinner turnip vegetables!) and people from up north who won't consume catfish in simple terms bypass away extra for us.
  • First, @planner, North Texas is a geographical designation, just like "panhandle" of Florida. Anyway, you're going to have some problems with this unless you find someone else besides your mom or aunt to lend a home. The issue is simple: liability. I do know Hotel Lumen in Dallas is very dog friendly and might do a wedding, but it will cost you. This is a top hotel. So if this is really important to you, I think your best bet is to think of any other people who would be willing to lend their home for this. Or, obviously, cut your guest list so your mom's place works. The only other possible idea I could think of is to head way north to Lake Texoma and check out what might be available around there. But you're adding a lot of work if you do this, because you'll need to organize chairs, tables, coverings and most important, a tent if it rains that day.
  • hire out a restaurant for your party and tell them in advance the two dogs will be there
  • about how many guests do you need to host and exactly what do you mean by "north texas"? what cities or towns?
  • Are you serious..................weddings are NO places for dogs! Leave your dog at home, have your wedding and move on..........besides, your dog could care less.
  • The simplest explanation that our research department has found is here: Texas A&M information pamphlet on Foreclosures: http://recenter.tamu.edu/tgrande/vol13-3... If you want to do legal research on the laws of the state you will need to go here: LAWS: http://www.capitol.state.tx.us/statutes/... Since homestead is usually an issue in these type of proceedings you might want to look here: Article on Homestead in Texas: http://recenter.tamu.edu/pdf/1136.pdf#se... Issues usually arise when collections of a debt begins so here is the information on how that works Debt collection brochure from the Attorney General’s office: http://www.oag.state.tx.us/AG_Publications/txts/debt.shtml Since usually the debtor has no money (reason for foreclosure) this link offers an opportunity to get legal representation Free and low cost legal assistance: http://www.texaslawhelp.org/TX/index.cfm and this one Legal aid: http://texaslawhelp.org/TX/StateDirectory.cfm/County/%20/City/%20/demoMode/=%201/Language/1/State/TX/TextOnly/N/ZipCode/%20/LoggedIn/0/directory/11/searchletters/bysa In case the issue of propriety in the lending process comes up this link offers some answers to some questions Home Equity lending gaps in the state of Texas (an article): http://www.cpa.state.tx.us/specialrpt/homeeqty03/ Lots of research but you should be able to get a handle on the process by the time you finish your research. Buena Suerte
  • That's a great question
  • Wow, thank you! I was wondering the same question the other day
  • i am from farmersville texas... i enjoy the place to the fullest everyone there is nice and wanting to lend a hand if needed. The best gas station there is BP they always have the lowest prices on gas and other products. The best grocer store is the family friends farmer Dave's market.. You should seriously consider moving to this great town we have.
  • It's dead. It's dirty. It's nasty. Junk Cars, Dirt Roads, substandard structures and trailers, no code enforcement. Very, very few businesses, limited resources in the community. No infastructure, no future plans, no nothing. I wouldn't move there.
  • History: MY current wife's husband had custody of their two sons. One of the sons claimed abuse by me, which was found untrue, and that resulted in her letting them stay with their father. Essentially, she thought she'd "Let him see how it was to be a single parent full time" and ended up screwing herself (and the kids) in the process. After 1 1/2 years, the 9 yr old (the oldest, and also the one who lied) decided to come live with us again on a permanent basis. When the son brought his decision to the attention of his father, his dad simply said "Bye!". During the time of his custody of both, she paid child support for both children to the father. She even paid full child support for both children for the first year her oldest son lived with us, due to Texas law. Of course, the father gladly took said support money and never offered to return any. During the hearing for his custody being assigned to her, the judge didn't assign her repayment, either. No biggie, because one of the children is back with us where we feel his best interests are at the forefront. During all of this time, my wife and I had a son, who is the childrens step-brother. The youngest is with him still. He's 7 currently. The father is single. He works Tue-Fri and occassionally weekends from 6 am to 4 pm. Due to his schedule, the child wakes at 4AM and goes to whomever's home to wait for delivery to daycare. Then off to school, and back to daycare until the father picks him up around 5PM. He is sent to bed at 8 nightly, but is allowed to watch TV until all hours of the morning, which he frequently does. He's rarely supervised or interacted with at the fathers domicile. Now, my wife is considering seeking custody. She never wanted to break up the two brothers, but she took what she could get when the father put it up on a platter. CUrrently, the 7 yr old is pooping his pants and urinating on floors in his own home, as well as my wife's mother's home. MY wife's mother watches the kids most weekends that the father has visitation of both children (thus enabling his non-parenting.) She's the one who's been trying to find out why her guest room and game room smelled like pee, and finally caught the youngest peeing in her room after months of her investigating the matter. Obviously, this wreaks of emotional issues. The child says he does it because "he can't hold it:", but no medical condition is present. Now that she's attempting to gain custody, we're wondering: A. Do Texas Courts and Judges lean more towards "Children with the mother" B. Do the Courts prefer sibilngs together (I.E. Would two of the 3 siblings living with us lend to a Judges decision) C. Would us being married, in a stable home, with a total of 4 children living with us (My first 2 from my previous marriage, Her oldest 1, and our youngest 1) lend weight to a Courts decision. D. Would her attorney's gender lend to anything in the hearing Thanks in advance for any answers given. We really appreciate it.
  • Texas Child Custody and Support Guidelines: The best interest of the child shall always be the primary consideration in determining custody, without regard to the sex of the parent or child. Sole or joint custody may be awarded, but presumption shall be for joint managing conservators. A finding of a history of family violence involving the parents of a child removes the presumption under this subsection. The court shall use the following factors in determining custody: - Whether the physical, psychological, or emotional needs and development of the child will benefit from the appointment of joint managing conservators. - The ability of the parents to give first priority to the welfare of the child and reach shared decisions in the child's best interest. - Whether each parent can encourage and accept a positive relationship between the child and the other parent. - Whether both parents participated in child rearing before the filing of the suit. - The geographical proximity of the parents' residences. - If the child is 12 years of age or older, the child's preference, if any, regarding the person to have the exclusive right to designate the primary residence of the child. - Any other relevant factor. Hope this is of use. I live about as far away from Texas as you can get, without any experience in their court system. I know you want to know which way they tend to lean, and although it is probably towards the mother, courts do have to remain unbiased.
  • Custody IS biased toward the mother because Dads have usually been the income producers---getting the better salary, and been away from home more for it. I personally don't think that either parent should be putting their child in day care. It's sad that people are getting together and making children but can't stay together just a few years until the child goes to school. How's that compatibility again? I think BOTH parents can be there for their kids if they really want to at this time period. Most everyone has either been through this crap as a kid or themselves as an adult, so there is much more understanding. Personally I have tons of respect for a guy who takes on a woman who has children that aren't his, and cares for all.
  • Not necessarily....In the past courts and judges in many states embraced what is known as "The Tender Years Doctrine" which widely gave favor to the mother in child custody cases where very young children were concerned. Thankfully (and more equitably) that has changed now. In all matters of child custody in the state of Texas judges must do what they deem is in the "best interests" of the child. Sounds to me like you and your wife could probably much better provide a stable environment for the child which any judge would more likely consider to be in his best interest. I can't imagine that a court would prefer that siblings be split up. The gender of your attorney has absolutely nothing to do with anything. Your wife should go for it as far as trying to get custody of this child. Good luck!
  • In Texas, custody can be decided by a jury, the only state that allows it. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\
  • Is Red Texas Turning Purple? | Trail Blazers Blog A new poll by Democratic numbers cruncher Leland Beatty lends credence to the idea of a political realignment taking place in Texas. The red state is trending purple ... trailblazersblog.dallasnews.com/...tex... - Cached ======================================... Latinos in Texas support Obama
  • LOL at the people who think the Cruz election means anything. Run-off primary people, pay attention to it. But Texas will be Blue within two decades, as they can no longer sustain their path of lies and ignorance.
  • I'd have to imagine that out of all 50 states, Texas would be about the very last state to ever go blue.
  • Not even close. Latinos in Texas also supported Tea Party candidate Ted Cruz and he won.
  • Red, Blue. It matters not. This country will fall down the path of destruction if we keep up these unconstitutional and immoral actions. Wrong is right, and right is wrong. And if you suggest otherwise then morons from both sides will crucify you for it.
  • Ted Cruz (R),also a tea party member, just won a run-off election by 14 points,so we are moving forward,whether that makes us blue or red is not relevant..
  • doubt it, there are too many uninformed people in texas. would be nice, but am doubting it.
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