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    Quote Originally Posted by cityslick View Post
    It's these gaps in time during testimony where Cummings fails IMO.
    I just had a buffering moment. What is happening??
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    Quote Originally Posted by cityslick View Post
    It's these gaps in time during testimony where Cummings fails IMO.
    They're not just gaps they're GAPS. I've never seen such a thing. Makes him look very disorganized. Is this how he is in all trials?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FullDisclosure View Post
    I just had a buffering moment. What is happening??
    NOTHING. Silence. Now Cummings is showing him some type of document I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrownRice View Post
    Wonder why she didn't have a SS#. You can get one w/out having the ability to work (there is a statement on the card stating such).
    Correct. NC was not able to legally work in the US, but she could have opened a bank account without an issue.

    Maybe NC, in her chatter, liked to make her situation seem as desperate as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FullDisclosure View Post
    I just had a buffering moment. What is happening??
    LOL, it's not buffering, they just aren't saying anything.

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    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSuaVMjheNk[/ame]
    Reminds me of parts of this trial...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cityslick View Post
    Don't you have to be a citizen for that though?
    No, you do not need to be a citizen or have work authorization to have a bank account. And to easily show that, the home in Lochmere was in both Brad AND Nancy's name. It's in the records on wakegov.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrownRice View Post
    Wonder why she didn't have a SS#. You can get one w/out having the ability to work (there is a statement on the card stating such).
    I don't know, but I do know since 9/11 it is a requirement to open a bank account. We tried to open a new one at a bank that we had been using for years and they would not let it be opened without seeing the actual card.

    She was not a US citizen, and did not have a green card. Maybe she was unable to get a SS card on that basis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaleighNative View Post
    No, you do not need to be a citizen or have work authorization to have a bank account. And to easily show that, the home in Lochmere was in both Brad AND Nancy's name. It's in the records on wakegov.com
    I meant to get a SS card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberPro View Post
    I don't know, but I do know since 9/11 it is a requirement to open a bank account. We tried to open a new one at a bank that we had been using for years and they would not let it be opened without seeing the actual card.

    She was not a us citizen, and did not have a green card. Maybe she was unable to get a SS card on that basis?
    I'm positive you can get a SS# as long as you are here legally. I had a friend do it. He was Israeli and married a US citizen, so he was here legally, but didn't have a green card (it takes a long time). Within the first couple of weeks, he went and got a SS# (I went with him to the SSA). There was a bold statement on the card stating he was not legally allowed to work.

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    Please tell me the point of the painting receipt and 10 minute discussion of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cityslick View Post
    I meant to get a SS card.
    You get a number (I thought it was still called SS, but I could be wrong) which is used for paying your US taxes, bank accounts, loans, etc. However, it is not a number which is valid for work in the US. On the number document, the lack of work authorization is stamped all over it.

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    Cummings is getting testimony from Dad that will be mentioned in the depo to show contradictions in BC's depo to what Dad says happened. We will hear about The Bear again....


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    Lunchtime buffering is pretty bad today for me.

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    Am I the only one who thinks NC's father is a poor witness for the prosecution? So far it seems he has only established that NC liked to tell him a lot of stories, and her dad believed the stories.

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    Interesting, he actually asked her to get a bank account.

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    SSN per SSA

    Quote Originally Posted by cityslick View Post
    Don't you have to be a citizen for that though?
    According to the SSA:

    snip from: http://www.ssa.gov/pubs/10096.html
    Social Security Numbers For Noncitizens

    SSA Publication No. 05-10096, June 2009, ICN 468630 [View .pdf] (En EspaŮol) [Audio.mp3]

    Contents

    How do I apply for a Social Security number and card? How do I get a Social Security number and card? Identity and immigration status Work eligibility Age What can I do if I need a number for other reasons? Contacting Social Security How do I apply for a Social Security number and card?

    Unless you are a noncitizen who wants to work in the United States, you probably do not need a Social Security number.
    Generally, only noncitizens authorized to work in the United States by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) can get a Social Security number. Social Security numbers are used to report an individualís wages to the government and to determine a personís eligibility for Social Security benefits. You need a Social Security number to work, collect Social Security benefits and receive some other government services.
    Lawfully admitted noncitizens can get many benefits and services without a Social Security number. You do not need a number to get a driverís license, register for school, obtain private health insurance, or to apply for school lunch programs or subsidized housing.
    Some organizations use Social Security numbers to identify you in their records. Most, however, will identify you by some other means if you request it.
    We cannot assign you a Social Security number solely so you can get a driverís license or a service that requires a credit check.
    Although many companies, such as banks and credit companies, may ask for your Social Security number, you are generally not required to provide one if you donít have one.


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    I'll be out for the next several hours. Take good notes for me. Will catch up later.

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    Horrible buffering here today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by borndem View Post
    According to the SSA:

    snip from: http://www.ssa.gov/pubs/10096.html
    Social Security Numbers For Noncitizens

    SSA Publication No. 05-10096, June 2009, ICN 468630 [View .pdf] (En EspaŮol) [Audio.mp3]

    Contents

    How do I apply for a Social Security number and card? How do I get a Social Security number and card? Identity and immigration status Work eligibility Age What can I do if I need a number for other reasons? Contacting Social Security How do I apply for a Social Security number and card?

    Unless you are a noncitizen who wants to work in the United States, you probably do not need a Social Security number.
    Generally, only noncitizens authorized to work in the United States by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) can get a Social Security number. Social Security numbers are used to report an individualís wages to the government and to determine a personís eligibility for Social Security benefits. You need a Social Security number to work, collect Social Security benefits and receive some other government services.
    Lawfully admitted noncitizens can get many benefits and services without a Social Security number. You do not need a number to get a driverís license, register for school, obtain private health insurance, or to apply for school lunch programs or subsidized housing.
    Some organizations use Social Security numbers to identify you in their records. Most, however, will identify you by some other means if you request it.
    We cannot assign you a Social Security number solely so you can get a driverís license or a service that requires a credit check.
    Although many companies, such as banks and credit companies, may ask for your Social Security number, you are generally not required to provide one if you donít have one.


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    Okay, so it's confirmed. She WAS able to open a bank account.

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    Brad actually asked her via an email to open up her own bank account that he would deposit a cheque into it. She replied to him via email that when the kids fever went down the next day she would go and check it out at the local branch (bank).

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    So Brad was making suggestions of alternatives, and he looked for a job in Canada and couldn't find one. Is that what I just heard?
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    I think it's interesting that even Mr. Rentz thought the initial sep. agreement was 'outlandish'.

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    I work at a financial institution and we will not open a $$ account without a SS #. FWIW

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    Quote Originally Posted by cityslick View Post
    I think it's interesting that even Mr. Rentz thought the initial sep. agreement was 'outlandish'.
    He also called it an "opening gambit".
    "In the end, everything will be made known. Everything will come out. And in the meantime, smile and say "cheese." - Jodi Arias


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