Disclaimer: Please note these are NOT official court forms.These forms and instructions were designed to assist in most but not all cases and should not be considered legal advice. Only a lawyer can give you advice about your specific case. Important Note: If custody of the minor was awarded or will be awarded to a non-parent through the juvenile dependency court, this section does not apply.Some states pay a higher minimum state wage that the federal minimum.In the United States, age of consent laws regarding sexual activity are made at the state level.At will employment means that an employer may fire any employee at any time with no reason given, unless an employment contract specifies that an employee is NOT at will. To be eligible for emergency unemployment, the claimant must: 1) have a benefit year that has ended and be unable to establish a new benefit year under REGULAR unemployment insurance; OR 2) have received all unemployment insurance benefits available in a current benefit year, the benefit year has not ended yet but there is no balance available; AND 3) have total earnings on the regular unemployment claim of at least 1.5 times the HIGHEST quarter in the base period of the claim. Right to work; membership in labor organization not required. Right to work; abstention from membership in labor organization not required. Right to work; payment or nonpayment of dues not required. Right to work; connection with or approval by labor organization not required. Right to work; misdemeanor to impose or try to impose prohibited requirements; civil liability. Right to work; injunction against prohibited conduct. To qualify for unemployment compensation you must: 1) be unemployed through no fault of your own (as determined by the Unemployment Insurance Division); 2) be able to work; 3) be available for work; 4) be actively seeking work; 5) be monetarily eligible; 6) timely file your bi-weekly claims for payment; and 7) be registered for work with your nearest state Employment Center.These forms and instructions were designed to assist in most but not all cases and should not be considered legal advice. Only a lawyer can give you advice about your specific case. NOTE: Individual courts have different policies on scheduling, so it is important to contact the court where your case is filed to determine when and how to schedule your appearance in front of the Judge.Child labor laws on Wyoming and Federal levels exist to prevent the exploitation of minors for labor, and ensure that education is prioritized over work.
Regulation of child labor may include the use of Employment Certificates issued by the minor's school or the state Labor Department, and/or an Age Certification document that verifies the minor's age for work purposes.
This page details Wyoming's child labor law regulations.
Employment Certificates, also known as Work Permits, are not required in order for minors to work under Wyoming law.
In some places, civil and criminal laws within the same state conflict with each other.
While the general age of consent is now set between 16 and 18 in all U. states, the age of consent has widely varied across the country in the past.