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How to issue or receive important documents in quarantine: a lawyer will answer questions from ForumDaily readers

During the period of strict quarantine, each of us has accumulated a lot of documentary questions, which had to be postponed until later due to the closure of legal offices and official institutions. Now most of the departments have restored their work, but this has not simplified the task. For example, Russian and Ukrainian embassies and consulates, through which our immigrants solve most of the bureaucratic issues, are already working. But due to quarantine restrictions, staff reductions and the queues that have accumulated during the period of closing requests, there are such queues that you will have to wait for weeks, or even months.

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At the same time, immigrants often make life difficult for themselves. Many issues can be resolved without a personal visit to a diplomatic institution. Often, even a certificate from your homeland can be obtained from the comfort of your home in America. At the same time, it is important to comply with all procedures and deadlines. Can do it Russian attorney, licensed consultant for Russia and Ukraine, and New York State Notary, Karina Duval.

At the request of ForumDaily Karina Duval, expert on international law, и her staff notary office located in Brooklyn, will answer the questions of our readers regarding the registration of legal documents in the United States, as well as obtaining important papers from home.

Experts are ready to provide legal advice on the legislation of Russia and Ukraine and its application in the USAand also answer any questions you may have on the topics:

  • how to enter into an inheritance at home if you live in another country;
  • how to sell / buy property in another country;
  • how to apply for a pension or benefit if you live in another country;
  • divorce, marriage, child custody and division of property for couples with citizenship of different countries or living in different states;
  • confirmation of legal status in another country (certificates, extracts, etc.): in what cases it is needed, and how to do it correctly.

ForumDaily readers have the opportunity to ask questions about the restoration of documents in the United States or Russia, litigation and other issues using the form that can be found below in the news or in the comments on this material. You can also leave questions in the comments to a post on this topic on ForumDaily Facebook page. If you want your question to remain anonymous, you can send it in private messages on our Facebook page.

Submit your questions by September 11th. All answers will be published on our website.

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