Oregon Parks and Recreation Department: ATVs Frequently Aske...
ATV/OHV operating permit that is issued in another state shall be honored in the State of Oregon if the issusing state also honors an Oregon ATV operating permit. The ATV must have a resident state ATV/OHV operating permit or a State of Oregon ATV operating permit to operate the ATV on designated ATV areas. A State of Oregon ATV operating permit may be issued for all terrain vehicles owned by a resident of another state that does not have a permitting program.
Oregon Commercial Drivers License FAQ's - DMV.ORG
of 2004, the renewal cycle of all Oregon driver licenses changed to eight years. If a person currently has a four-year license and wants to upgrade it with new endorsements, they will still pay the four-year rate, unless the upgrade comes at renewal time. Beginning October 1, 2008, all fees for originals, renewals, or upgrades will be for eight years only.
If a valid will was made while you were living in another state, it is probably valid in your new state. However, if your will was not "self-proved," it may not be accepted by certain courts until the witnesses sign an oath swearing they saw you sign your will. Because of the expenses involved in finding your witnesses, it is probably best to rewrite your will after moving to another state. Most states allow a will to be self-proved.
FAQs about Death with Dignity
The State does collect the names of patients in order to cross-check death certificates. However, the law guarantees the confidentiality of all participating patients (as well as physicians) and the Department of Human Services does not release this information to the public or media. The identity of participating physicians is coded, but the identity of individual patients is not recorded in any manner.
Data for Local Communities Frequently Asked Questions
The project had its beginning at the University of Oregon as a resource for the state of Oregon, and was funded by a Library Services and Technology grant from the Oregon State Library. As a result, at present the records in the database are specific to that state. However, a number of the sources included (particularly federal government sources) provide data for multiple states.
Oregon Commercial Drivers License FAQ's - DMV.ORG
A driver who is new to Oregon must obtain and study the Oregon Driver Manual, provide proof of identification and residence, pass the Class C non-commercial general knowledge test, pass a vision screening test, turn in your out-of-state CDL and pay the appropriate fees. DMV may waive the drive tests if the same driving privileges are being granted in Oregon as in the previous state. To retain hazardous materials endorsement, drivers must pass a TSA criminal background check.
USDA Forest Service, Pike & San Isabel National Forests,...
Yes. Your vehicle must have a current Colorado registration to operate in the National Forest. Permit information can be obtained at Colorado State Parks.
Certainly fireflies are most commonly observed in greatest numbers east of the Mississippi River all the way from Florida to Maine. However, occassional reports have come form such unlikely places as Arizona, Idaho, California, Oregon and Washington state. Although I have never personally collected fireflies in any states west of the Rockies, others have reported seeing fireflies and/or their larvae in western states.
DPD -- FAQ: Construction
Construction permits are valid for 18 months from the date of issuance. Master Use Permits are valid for a period of up to 5 years from the approval date following the public appeals process.
Marine Mammal Permits FAQs - Office of Protected Resources -...
No. Scientific research permits are not transferable or assignable to any other person, and a permit holder/PI cannot require direct or indirect compensation from another person in return for such person to conduct the taking authorized under the permit. [50 CFR § 216.35(i)] You should notify the Permits, Conservation and Education Division when a permit is no longer needed so it can be amended to terminate early.
A zoning permit shall expire within six months of issuance unless substantial work (over 50%) has commenced and is continuing. For a minor fee and while the permit is still valid, it is possible to extend a zoning permit for a six-month period of time. If a zoning permit expires (without substantial construction), it become null and void and a new zoning permit would be required.
Frequently Asked Questions, Hanover Park, Illinois (IL)
Work authorized by a permit must begin within six months of the date of the permit and be completed within one year of permit approval. Work extending beyond these time frames requires the issuance of a new permit.
Pennsylvania Commercial Drivers License FAQ's - DMV.ORG
One year. During this time you must pass the on-road skills test. If you don't pass and your permit expires, you will need to apply for a new CDL permit before being allowed to take another stab at conquering the skills test. long as you operate the vehicle while wearing a military uniform, you are not required to have a CDL.
City of Atlanta Online
Except for the demolition of certain buildings, building permits once issued remain valid unless work is not started within six (6) months or, once started, is abandoned or discontinued for a period of six (6) months.
Frequently Asked Questions | Job Seekers | Georgia Departmen...
No. Any minor working in the state of Georgia must obtain a Georgia Employment Certificate issued by an authorized Georgia Issuing Officer. An employment certificate can be obtained from the local board of education where the minor is temporarily residing. Once the school session ends, a minor can work up to 8 hours per day but no more than 40 hours per week. However, according to federal law, the minor cannot work past 7:00 p.m. until June 1.
Windell, Ferguson, & Lin, Attorneys, - Frequently Asked ...
Yes. The Revocable Living Trust is valid in all 50 states, regardless of the state where it was originally created.
Colorado Commercial Drivers License FAQ's - DMV.ORG
If you are over 21 years of age and have a valid Colorado CDL, it is valid when driving a commercial vehicle through other states.