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If a person has been working in a municipality 15 years and

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If a person has been working in a municipality for over 15 years and when caught in a traffic was terminated, and due to his non-residence status in this country (his wife is an American Citizen) has been denied his retirement benefit (not SS) is that allowed, or can He fight for his retirement pay?
JA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?
Customer: Florida
JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?
Customer: Yes but not a pursue of suit type case.
JA: What advice did they give you?
Customer: That because of his status he cannot get the retirement.
JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?
Customer: No, only that he had a case and the lawyer told him that if he declared he was guilty the case would go his way.
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Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Employment Law
Expert:  Infolawyer replied 3 months ago.

Are you asking about right to a public benefit or a private benefit?

Expert:  Infolawyer replied 3 months ago.

Is he fully vested in the benefit?

Expert:  Infolawyer replied 3 months ago.

Benefit in which one is vested must be paid in full.

Expert:  Infolawyer replied 3 months ago.

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