kia whiwhi A, no te ahau te tauturu ture?
Legal help and services in the USA can cost a lot of money. Ka taea e ngā take Ture kia tino huanane. I te tahi taime, Ko reira pakeke ki te mohio ka ki te tiki i te rōia. Ki te mea ko koe te rerenga, you can ask your resettlement agency for advice.
Legal help and services in the USA can cost a lot of money. Legal issues can be very confusing. Sometimes, it is hard to know when to get a lawyer. If you are a refugee, you can ask your resettlement agency for advice.
kia whiwhi A, no te ahau i te rōia?
When should I get a lawyer?
Here te tahi mau hi'oraa o ina e hiahia ana kia koe ki te tiki i te rōia. These examples come from the American Bar Association, he whakahaere motu e āwhina te iwi ki te āhuatanga ture:
Here are some examples of when you may want to get a lawyer. These examples come from the American Bar Association, a national organization that helps people with legal situations:
- Ki te puritia e koe i te pirihimana i te rererangi i tetahi atu wāhi
- Ki te whakahāweatia koe ki
- Ki te hopukina koe e te pirihimana
- Ki te homai e koe pepa e pā ana mō te ina tohe ia
- Ki te mea ko koe i roto i te ati nui te wahi e kino ia i te pae tino e koe ranei te wahi i pakaru koe ranei a te tangata ke te
- Ki te whai koe i te kaupapa whānau nui ranei te huri pērā i te whakarere, whakatamarikitanga, mate ranei. Heoi, te nuinga o te wa e kore e hiahia ana koe i te rōia ki te tiki faaipoipo.
- Ki te whai koe ki te kōnae kaihau no te mea e kore koe e whai i tetahi moni ki te utu i tō nama.
- If you are detained by the police at the airport at another location
- If you are discriminated against
- If you are arrested by the police
- If you are given official papers for a lawsuit
- If you are in a big accident where you are physically hurt or where you or someone else’s property is ruined
- If you have a big family event or change such as a divorce, adoption, or death. However, most of the time you do not need a lawyer to get married.
- If you have to file bankruptcy because you do not have any money to pay your debt.
Tikanga i roto i ngā tautuhinga ture
Interpretation in legal settings
I raro i te ture US, ki te kei te rapu koe i te tauturu ranei e hiahiatia ana ki te mahi ki te pokapū kāwanatanga he whakahaere ranei utua e te kāwanatanga, Me whakaratohia koe ki te awhina te reo. Ki te kore e koe te pai korero Ingarihi, Ka taea e koe riro kaiwhakamāori mō te ratonga e whai ake nei:
Under US law, if you are seeking help or required to cooperate with a government agency or an organization funded by the government, you must be provided with language help. If you do not speak English well, you can receive interpreter for the following services:
- marae Federal
- State me rohe marae e riro te moni i te kāwanatanga US
- ngā pokapū Federal pērā i te Whakahaere Social Security me US Raraunga me Ratonga Manene
- State me rohe tari kāwanatanga e riro te moni i te kāwanatanga US pēnei i koutou ratonga pāpori rohe, tari toko i te ora, tari kore mahi ranei
- Ture ratonga tari e riro te moni i te Ture Ratonga Corporation tetahi pokapū o te kāwanatanga US ranei ki te whakarato noa ratonga ture
- tari Pirihimana e riro te moni i te kāwanatanga US
- Hospitals e riro te moni i te kāwanatanga US
- Kura e riro te moni i te kāwanatanga US
- Federal courts
- State and local courts that receive money from the US government
- Federal agencies such as the Social Security Administration and US Citizenship and Immigration Service
- State and local government agencies that receive money from the US government such as your local social services, welfare office, or unemployment office
- Legal services offices that receive money from the Legal Services Corporation or another agency of the US government to provide free legal services
- Police departments that receive money from the US government
- Hospitals that receive money from the US government
- Schools that receive money from the US government
Ka taea e koe te ako atu e pā ana ki your right to assistance in your language: basic information about Federal Language Access Rights.
You can learn more about your right to assistance in your language: basic information about Federal Language Access Rights.
Ki te mea ko koe i roto i te manene marae, Me whiwhi koe i te tauturu anake i te rōia raihana ranei māngai kaituku. He mea tino nui kia whiwhi koutou manene tokoni anake i whakahaere ranei takitahi whakaaetia e te Poari o Immigration Pīra (pia). Ki te ui koe koutou hoa ranei whānau mō te awhina, ratou kia korero aitua koe ngā mōhiohio hē e taea te tiki e koe i roto i te raru ki ngā ratonga manene.
If you are in immigration court, you must get help only from a licensed attorney or accredited representative. It is very important that you get immigration help only from organizations or individuals approved by the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). If you ask your friends or family for help, they might accidentally tell you incorrect information that could get you in trouble with immigration services.
Ki te hiahia koe i te tauturu ture mō te manene, taea e koe find low-cost attorneys and legal help. Ki te kei te whakamahi koe i te paetukutuku ipurangi ki te kitea puka ture, make sure you are using the tefficial United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) paetukutuku.
If you need legal help for immigration, you can find low-cost attorneys and legal help. If you are using an online website to find legal forms, make sure you are using the official United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website.
Pānuitia tenei mōhiohio ki te tiaki ia koe i te iwi kihai e nei te ture tūturu! There are people who will pretend to help you so they can keep your money.They will try to make you pay for a legal or immigration service but not actually help you. Ako e founga ki te mohio ki a ratou, ka tiaki ia koe!
Read this information to protect yourself from people who are not real lawyers! There are people who will pretend to help you so they can keep your money.They will try to make you pay for a legal or immigration service but not actually help you. Learn how to recognize them and protect yourself!
Ko te Ture Centre Rauemi manene (ILRC) hanga mōhiohio ki te tiaki ia koutou i te tinihanga. taea e koe lau a te tikiake i te mōhiohio i roto i te reo Ingarihi. Ranei e taea e koe lau a te tikiake i te mōhiohio i roto i Spanish. I mua i te whiwhi koe i te rōia, kia mohio ki te kōrero ki tō kaiwhakahaere take he tangata whakawhirinaki ranei i roto i to koutou hapori.
Te mōhiohio i runga i tenei whārangi mai i LawHelp.org me ētahi atu whakawhirinaki puna. Ko te tikanga mo te arata'iraa a te whakahoutia rite maha rite taea. e kore e USAHello hoatu tohutohu ture, e kore e tetahi o matou rauemi tikanga ki te kia tangohia rite tohutohu ture. Ki te mea e rapu ana koutou mo te rōia noa iti-utu ranei te tauturu ture ranei, Ka taea e matou te āwhina koe kitea ratonga ture noa, me te iti-utu.
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