reciprocity


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Synonyms for reciprocity

mutual exchange of commercial or other privileges

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Under the new law, applications for endorsement and reciprocity through the Pennsylvania Licensing System (PALS) will also be considered under the provisions of Act 41.
The new policy however said that, Nigerians who are denied visas will not be charged the new reciprocity fee even though both reciprocity and MRV fees are non-refundable, and their amounts vary based on visa classification.
The US Mission in Abuja stated that Nigerians applying for US visas will be required to pay a visa issuance fee, or reciprocity fee, with effect from August 29.
'The reciprocity fee will be required for all Nigerian citizens worldwide, regardless of where they are applying for a nonimmigrant visa to the United States.
Since all such services and privileges are based on the principle of reciprocity, that means no privileges are granted to a foreign official unless the United States Embassy and Consular personnel receive the equivalent privileges in that country.
As I understand it, we only have a reciprocity principal with Japan, Spain and the United States, including ASEAN Mutual Recognition Arrangements,' he added.
Before the implementation of visa reciprocity system between the two nations, the Americans who stayed more than 90 days in Nepal as tourists had to pay USD 2 for each extra day
Reciprocity was always induced by a confederate responding in correspondence to the experimental participant, according to a proportion criterion.
Major themes in the rest of the book are research and reciprocity, repatriating knowledge, telling their stories, and advocacy.
However, when used, such mechanisms may backfire (Bowles and Reyes 2012), perhaps leading people to conclude something akin to "the minimum must be good enough; otherwise it wouldn't be the minimum." This can reduce reciprocity and inhibit trust development.
If my memory serves me right, recently, within the past two-to-three years, the Bar examined whether it would be beneficial to begin allowing reciprocity with other jurisdictions and determined that it was critical to have Florida lawyers be tested and pass basic competency for Florida law in order to protect Floridians from bad lawyers.
I got this from Mas, Roger: "Should HR 38 (national reciprocity) pass, the worst a hostile White House/House/ Senate could do in the future would be to pass legislation rescinding total reciprocity, which would essentially do nothing worse than to leave us back where we are now.
In an announcement posted on its website, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said the visa-free policy for Filipinos was granted by Rwanda's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation, and East African Community on the basis of reciprocity.
The House of Representatives is considering a dangerous bill, HR38 "Concealed Carry Reciprocity," that will eviscerate Illinois gun laws.
In his inauguration speech on Tuesday, Kenyatta directed that any African will be eligible to receive a visa at the port of entry, but he insisted on reciprocity.