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reciprocity

any relationship between two parties or things in which there is mutual action, giving and taking. See EXCHANGE, NORM OF RECIPROCITY, GIFT EXCHANGE AND GIFT RELATIONSHIP.
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According to the US embassy, all visa applicants will pay the reciprocity fee at the time of application.
'The Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, has approved the decrease of visa charges payable by US citizens in line with reciprocity policy as recommended by the committee.
According to the statement, Nigerians will be required to pay a fee called visa 'issuance fee', or 'reciprocity fee', for all applications for nonimmigrant visas in B, F, H1B, I, L, and R visa classifications.
BASRA / NINA / -A member of the Parliamentary Foreign Relations Committee and Chairman of the Arab Friendship Committee, Rami Al-Skaini discussed with the Kuwaiti Consul in Basra Badah Al-Dosari the joint cooperation between the two countries regarding visa (reciprocity)..
According to the State Department, not all foreign missions and their personnel are entitled to a tax exemption because all such privileges are based on reciprocity, indicating that the privilege is symbolic and is extended to friendly countries.
According to Gordon, this is in violation of the reciprocity requirement under The Medical Act of 1959 (Republic Act No.
As per the new rule, US citizens who apply for tourist visa will be issued five-year multiple entry visa on the basis of the visa reciprocity decision, which was taken for benefitting both the Nepali and the USA citizens, said director and spokesperson at the DoI Bishnu Hari Upadhyaya
Nevertheless, it is also plausible to suppose that both types of interactions may be outgrowths from reciprocity relations between individuals.
Giving Back: Research and Reciprocity in Indigenous Settings
Such rules may eliminate the most egregious trust violations, but they also restrict the ability to demonstrate trust and reciprocity and, thus, hinder trust development.
NNA - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants announced in a statement on Friday its application of the principle of reciprocity. "Based on the principle of reciprocity that lies at the heart of international agreements on the immunities and privileges accorded to representatives of States, all foreign embassies accredited in Lebanon have been informed of the strict application of this principle when accessing the honored guests' VIP Lounge at Rafic Hariri International Airport to welcome foreign official delegations and heads of missions visiting Lebanon, "the statement said.