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waiver

1. the voluntary relinquishment, expressly or by implication, of some claim or right
2. the act or an instance of relinquishing a claim or right
3. a formal statement in writing of such relinquishment
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Financial hardship does not qualify an immigrant to receive a waiver. Instead, it must be shown that the relative would be forced to deal with emotional trauma, such as severe separation anxiety, to qualify for a waiver.
"Rule 23(a) and our case law interpreting the rule simply mandate that, in addition to the requirement that a waiver be made in open court through a discussion with the judge, the waiver must be put in writing prior to the start of a bench trial," Justice Gilbert V.
Some customers in 34 other barangays will likewise be covered by the full waiver, according to Manilawater.
Their reasoning was that because he overstayed his 29-day crewman visa and worked within 90 days of arrival over 20 years ago, it constituted fraud, and a fraud waiver was now required.
New York: Fitch Ratings said recent decisions concerning state Medicaid waivers will add to challenges states are facing controlling healthcare costs by limiting the ability to manage expenditure growth and potentially raising the number of uninsured.
Revenue Memorandum Order (RMO) 20-90, as modified by RDAO 05-01, laid down an even more detailed procedure for the proper execution of a waiver. The Supreme Court, in a catena of cases, consistently held that a waiver of the statute of limitations must faithfully comply with the provisions of RMO 20-90 and RDAO 05-01 in order to be valid and binding.
India is hoping to get a waiver from the sanctions owing to the need for the S-400 system considering the fragile security situation in South Asia.
The government has provided little guidance on how to get a waiver, they say, and many visa applicants are still unaware the waiver option exists.
This week, the FDA released its draft guidance, Waivers, Exceptions, and Exemptions from the Requirements of Section 582 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act Guidance for Industry.
This year, over 20 states have considered legislation on how to implement 1332 waiver application process.
Despite recent improvements to the waiver process, Waters said, "more remains to be done to ensure that the SEC does not 'reflexively' throw away these disqualification tools or enshrine a policy of 'too-big-too-bar.'"
A waiver also gives a general, or prime, contractor or an owner a way to track money as it funnels downward, said Michele Perron, senior lien analyst and collector with Waste Management National Services Inc.