This page describes how Law Enforcement can receive documents via LegalAtoms and then service the client offline, and then complete the Proof of Service digitally using LegalAtoms Step 1: Login to LegalAtoms Navigate to https://app.legalatoms.com/ You will see th Step 2: View a specific Case On the main page, titled “Your Cases”, locate the specific…

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This page is for court officials, and describes the flow of case after it has been e-filed. It covers the specific steps of Clerk (or District Court front desk staff) approval at which point the case is accepted and a cause number is assigned Judge approval (or denial) at which point the signed Temporary Order…

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            Because U Visa falls into what is called the humanitarian category, U Visa is granted on a discretionary basis, which means that it up to the immigration official to decide if you meet the requirements. And, the USCIS is the immigration official who has the power to make decision over all U Visa applications.…

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Probably not. When the U.S. law makers made U Visa law, they thought two purposes. One, U Visa is designed to protect and assist non-citizens who are victims of certain types of crimes and in need of aid from emergency circumstances. Two, U Visa is to encourage non-U.S. citizens to report crimes to the police…

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This page provides the steps on how to court create a case in LeagalAtoms based on documents. Benefit: This feature helps professional users have a common place for all cases whether they originated in LegalAtoms or were filed manually using paper. By having a common source, the subsequent steps such as electronic serving can then…

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You can securely reach out to King County Protection Order Advocacy Program First click on “Share with Advocate” from the left menu. As a client user, you will see this button only if you are filing For a Domestic Violence Protection Order (DVPO) In King County Superior Court (either location, Seattle or Kent) Against an…

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