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Do I need to take my parents with me for obtaining a learner’s licence if my age is above 18 and do I have to fill out the form for minors?Not at all. You're an adult now, go by yourself, get it done.There is no minors' form available in the first place because driver's license (learners or otherwise) must be issued to a person above 18 years of age.Source(s): I got my driver's license after turning 18 without my parents accompanying me anywhere.
Do I need to fill out two I-134 forms for my parents or filling just one would do?Yes, one form is enough for your father and mother if they are planning to appear together for visa interview. In case they plan to go for visa interview on two seperate occasion have them carry their own I-134.
Is there a way to upload a publication list to LinkedIn without filling out the form for each publication?Rather than asking us in an abstract way, if you could provide us a sample of a list and tell us the outcome you're seeking, perhaps we could come up with alternatives ... ("No" is so boring ... and could be wasteful if we're not sure of what outcome you're seeking...)
What is a good example of a parental plan for a divorced father of a 9 year old boy living in a different continent?You can pay the airline for a guardian, you have to set this up before hand but I did it with my son when he was underage several times. BA is the airline we used and they were fabulous. I had to have written permission from his dad each time, the airline requires ID for guardians at the start and end point and it has to be a direct flight so if you live outside of London (I live in Spain) you have to fly to the direct flight airport and then fly together to your home destination. We always chose UK airports so that he didn’t have a language barrier if he needed help or was scared. Stopping in London was always a treat for us, we’d see the sights and shop in big book stores and see the museums if we could. Before that, the first summer I lived away from him (and this wasn’t my choice it was his dad’s behavior that caused the move to get as far away as possible) I spent the summer with him at my parents house in Ohio so I went back to spend time with him in a neutral place. Ideally you should have a decent enough relationship with mom to be able to be in the same place for a week to 3 months but I didn’t have that.After that I flew home to pick him up and fly to Spain with him, it’s like four times the price but it was worth it to me because I worried about if he would be stressed. On one trip I was only in the US for four hours, on another I was there for 3 days (dropping him back off to his dad) I didn’t even book a hotel that time, because I was going to multiple airports and spent less than a day between each (I can sleep anywhere!)My parents divorced when I was four and my sister and I flew 3 to four hours (nationaly in the US) each way with only child friendly stewardesses and pilots each way, no guardians checking who brought us or picked us up. The number of times I’ve gotten wings or gotten to sit in the cockpit with the pilots I can’t count but that’s not the way it is now. We were polite and we did have each other to lean on if we got scared, that’s not the case with an only child or single child traveling.When he is old enough and mature enough to fly to see you, schedual enough time to take him to see the sights of London. My son still thinks it is the coolest city on earth!
Is it legal for a parent to post their children's photos online without the consent from the minor?Yes, it is legal for you to post your children's picture online. As a minor they have no rights, except for when their safety is concerned. This is according to American Law. The parents are also known as the legal Guardians, thus the Parents have that right.Consider examples in Facebook: lots of people and families post pictures of them on vacation. The catch is it’s usually can be seen only by those invited. But it’s still the Internet.
How could a minor get to play games professionally without a parent signing consent forms?The easiest way to do so would be to start off with online weekly tournaments and to win money first, then ask for parental consent.This may sound a little weird, and it doesn’t actually answer your question, but i’ll explain why.As a kid (I assume you mean under 18), the minor will be unable to attend any lan tournaments without their parents consent because they will have to leave the house for (likely) several days, during which your parents may notice their anti-social child who spends every waking hour of his/her day in his/her room missing.If they are planning on playing professionally, and the parental consent is imperative, then they likely are already on a top 20 world ranked team, with good contacts in the specific game they are playing, or have been invited to a major tournament. If not, then I would suggest wading into the high-level competitive and tournament competing team community to see if they actually have a chance of winning something.If the minor has any chance of winning a major lan tournament, then winning any online weekly will be a breeze, and parents tend to be more receptive of ideas when they’re presented with a $2000 winnings check.