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  1. No Medicaid, LPR's only after 5 years. https://www.medicaid.gov/medicaid/outreach-and-enrollment/downloads/overview-of-eligibility-for-non-citizens-in-medicaid-and-chip.pdf
  2. Not sure, sorry. I've gotten these many times but don't know if they can send a certified one.
  3. She just saw them walking by where she was getting married and asked them. "Would you mind being a witness to my marriage?" And they said, "Sure!" That was it!
  4. Most people don't know this, but you can use a total stranger from off the street to witness, if they are willing, as long as they have some ID. My friend did this, and the stranger even took pictures and sent them to her!
  5. Just a suggestion. The Social Security Administration keeps a running tab on all the jobs you've worked in your life that had Social Security taxes taken out of your salary. It's an earnings statement. This list is available for the asking. It shows how much you earned each year. As for using W-2's for proof, and I'm not saying you would do this, but a person could work 3 jobs in a year but only supply one W-2, so it would not show the total income for the year.
  6. Have you sister rent a giant video screen and livestream your mc duties? Could be memorable You could wear a tux and everything!
  7. No it's not too late. Drive over to Las Vegas and get married the same day.
  8. I have not found any proof that you need insurance to possess a license.
  9. If you just want a drivers license for identification BUT DO NOT EVER PLAN TO USE IT TO DRIVE, you can rent a car and buy the insurance the rental companies provide for the day. So yes, insurance for the car needed to GET a license. But not to keep it, if you never drive. If you just want ID, just get a California ID Card from the DMV instead. But if you are ever caught driving without insurance, the penalties are severe. If you had an accident, especially one that caused injuries---even if not your fault---the accident will automatically be considered YOUR fault and you will be financially liable, and you can be sued for everything you own now and into the future. https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv/detail/pubs/brochures/fast_facts/ffdl22 From the DMV official site: Financial Responsibility You must show that your vehicle is properly insured before the driving test begins (or the test will be postponed) by providing one of the following: A document with the liability insurance policy or surety bond number. An Assigned Risk insurance card with the name of the assigned insurance company, file number, and current coverage dates. Current insurance binder or copy of an insurance policy signed or countersigned by an insurance company representative. Rental car contract if the driver is listed on the contract as the insured. DMV-issued certificate of self-insurance or acknowledgment of cash deposit. Written confirmation from the insurer that the person is insured.
  10. Are you including the additional cost of mandatory car insurance? That's not cheap.
  11. Looks like a few senators are going to try to reduce immigration in a number of ways: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4200246/Republican-senators-massive-overhaul-LEGAL-immigration.html
  12. Get the vaccine. You really don't want to get chickenpox, as it can cause facial scars, pneumonia, and later in life, painful shingles.
  13. Just be aware that the longer you wait to file, the more it will cost you---in penalties and interest. You end up paying a penalty on the amount you may owe at 5% per month (4.5 % for not filing and 0.5% for not paying) . The total penalty for failure to file and pay can eventually add up to 47.5% (22.5% late filing, 25% late payment) of the tax owed. Interest, compounded daily, is also charged on any unpaid tax from the due date of the return until the date of payment. The IRS really nails you. As others have said, file and get a payment plan ASAP.
  14. Self-employed people don't get a W-2, they get a 1099.
  15. A few more important things: the car that you bring to take the behind-the-wheel test must be currently insured with proof of the coverage; the car's registration must be current; and all the parts of the car must be in working order (no broken taillights, horn, windshield wipers, etc.). And you CANNOT be the one who drives the car to the test--unless you have a learner's permit and are accompanied by a licensed driver. Otherwise, someone must drive you there. If any of these things are wrong, they will not allow you to take the test, AND you will get a ticket!