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remit

Law the transfer of a case from one court or jurisdiction to another, esp from an appeal court to an inferior tribunal
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As a result of this pro-active approach, the annual remittances from the UAE have gone up to approximately $ 3 billion and Pakistanis living in the UAE have become the highest per capital remitters in the world," said the Ambassador.
Pramod Manghat, the Vice President, Global Operations, UAE Exchange added "Remittance has evolved quite a bit from the earlier days when the remitter had to wait for days together to be convinced that the designated account has been credited, which involved many ISD calls too.
Along these lines, participants at a conference in Abu Dhabi held on May 16, 2002, recommended the setting up of control systems to monitor hawalas with sufficient documentation about the remitters and recipients, to guard against any diversion of funds into illegal or criminal activities.
The organization then sent money to the family of the remitter within a day or two.
Other concern regional money remitter activity (involving companies that send money overseas for a commission) and suspicious transactions in which funds are wired to or through a U.
Shares his mobile number and MMID with the remitter
Automatic delivery of home remittances in beneficiary account/over the counter system in real time; generating confirmation SMS to remitter and the beneficiary.
The service includes conveniences such as SMS notification to the beneficiary once the payout is available, and SMS to the remitter once the payment is made to the beneficiary, both at no extra cost.
Russia is a major global remitter with a unique regulatory environment, so the extension of our payment services to the region represents a significant network milestone for our company", states Lisa Shields, President & CEO of hyperWALLET Systems Inc.
Every submission to each investment provider is available to them at any time on the common remitter system to ensure that the provider can credit funds immediately, regardless of any transmission errors.
immigrant remitter interviews: banked and connected; but banks and internet not used Internet-connected Mexican adults engaging in international remittance/P2P Domestic migrant remittance market undervalued and underserved Domestic remittance/P2P a different demographic animal Key market participant: Telecomm-Telegraph Key market participant: Xoom Key market participant: MoneyGram International, Inc.