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revoke

Cards the act of revoking; a renege
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Which state or region had the most occupational therapy licensure revocations?
Throughout the article, the author displays how the contemporary exercise of citizenship revocation has revived the arcane practices of exile and banishment.
suspend implementation of the revocations pending appeal.
While the explosive growth in parole revocations is undisputed, the proportion of overall parole revocations that are due to technical violations of parole, compared to new crimes, is less clear.
section 301.6104(a)-1(i) provides the IRS will not disclose tax-exempt denials and revocations at all.
GAO reported in June 2003 that the visa revocation process needed to be strengthened as an antiterrorism tool and recommended that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), in conjunction with the Departments of State (State) and Justice, develop specific policies and procedures to ensure that appropriate agencies are notified of revocations based on terrorism grounds and take proper actions.
were general revocations (i.e., discharged without improvement, revoked
For a considerable time, the US Supreme Court has been preoccupied with constitutional limitations on revocations. In one of its first decisions, the Court said that a naturalized citizen
CRA'S Appeals Branch will review decisions made by the agency's Charities Directorate on matters such as denials, revocations and annulments of charitable registration; and sanctions.
government has no specific written policy on the use of visa revocations as an antiterrorism tool and no written procedures to guide State in notifying the relevant agencies of visa revocations on terrorism grounds.
"In DuPage County, we are vigorously pursuing all of these FOID revocations," Mendrick said Tuesday.