a scribe but this is wild guess
The court scribes.
if someone is denied rights and privileges would it be exclusionism ethnocentrisn, predjudice or discrimination?
they take the biggest dump in the world and out of the dump comes the new representative.
The process is governed under the United States Code, 3 USC 20 to be precise. A resignation is submitted, in writing, to the office of the Secretary of State, it takes effect immediately upon its receipt (for instance, when Richard Nixon resigned, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger initialed the resignation letter and noted “11:35” as its time of receipt), and it’s not subject to acceptance by anyone.
If you were born here, you are a citizen by right of birth. So, you are eligible to be president. 6 previous US Presidents had foreign born parents. Andrew Jackson (1829-1837) is the only president born of two immigrants, both Irish. Presidents with one immigrant parent are Thomas Jefferson (1801-1809), whose mother was born in England, James Buchanan (1857-1861) and Chester Arthur (1881-1885), both of whom had Irish fathers, and Woodrow Wilson (1913-1921) and Herbert Hoover (1929-1933), whose mothers were born respectively in England and Canada. Obama will be the 7th US President with at least one foreign born President, since his father was a Kenyan native. His mother was born in Kansas. On a side note, you do not have to be born in the US to be a "natural born citizen" which is one of the requirements to become president per the constitution. John McCain was born in the foreign nation of Panama. But, since his parents were US Citizens, he automatically became a citizen at birth. He was "naturally born" a US citizen and is thus eligible to hold the office of President. Also, recent arguments that due to Obama's father not being a naturalized citizen he is ineligible to serve are moot, as are even claims that he was born in other countries, i.e. Kenya, as a part of the Constitution states that even if one parent is an alien, as long as the other is a U.S. citizen that has lived for at least 5 years in the U.S.A., then regardless of where that person is born, they are considered a U.S. citizen until alternate citizenship status is obtained.
He/she is a very astute or clever person. The smartest in their cohort.
rationalization-------------------this is the correct answer ok.
bill of attainder
they have attained the power of blindness, im guessing
once upon a time there was a person named pangea heshe ate a pepper and had explosive diarrhea and then heshe scattered all over the place and became india and curry and china and south america like a puzzle in marinara sauce
if this is a child u didnt deserve it isn't ur fault u did no wrong it is the adults fault
Yes, a will is a will regardless of wether the person was a legal or illegal immigrant. As long as it was executed according the the laws of the state it is being probated in and the will is allowed by the court, their immigrant status should not matter.
There is nothing called a "heshe" so either you mean a transgender person, and then if born a woman and have not removed the reproductive organs they can get pregnant, or you mean someone born Hermaphrodite and have parts of both genitalia. Hermaphrodites are all different so some can get pregnant and others can not. It depends on how much they have of the female reproductive organs and genitalia.
Is there a penalty for not transferring a UGMA UTMA account to the child when heshe reaches the age of majority?