bona fides


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bona fides

GOOD FAITH.
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What was interesting in the denial was USCIS concluded that the petitioner had "submitted sufficient evidence that established a bona fide relationship" between himself and his new wife.
At the outset, the consortium of banks told the apex court that it was not averse to the settlement but Mallya has to show his bona fides by being present in the country.
Bona Fides: Filmmaker Magazine named writer-director Garcia-Montero one of the 25 New Faces of Independent Film.
Demonstracao da premissa fundamental e da primeira tese.--Denominacao (fides, bona fides) e expressoes (fideicommissum, fiducia, etc.) significando um conceito ou uma norma etica geral: ausencia de noticias a respeito de uma possivel alteracao juridica do conceito etico.--Explanacao essencial da bona fides na possessio bonae fidei em sentido proprio.--Expressoes romanas: credere, putare, etc.--Critica de Bruns acerca da oposicao do estado etico e do estado psicologico.--Critica de Pernice sobre o predominio do ultimo.
Straus is running internet ads in places where conservatives gather - like the Drudge Report - that emphasize his bona fides.
The country remains open to applicants with a good track record or whose "bona fides" are beyond question.
Bush worked hard to establish his red, white, and blue conservative bona fides in contrast to the blatantly anti-American, scandal-ridden Clinton administration.
This due diligence at the front end on any proposal before acceptance is critical to solvency regulation and to determining the bona fides of any proposal from an unknown individual or group.
The patriotic bona fides they displayed during the war were cashed in later on.
Before the expiration of that two-year green card, the couple must then file a joint petition to remove conditions (Form I-751), and submit evidence to demonstrate the bona fides of the marriage, and that the marriage was not entered into to evade US immigration laws.
The transfer of S stock was analyzed first as to the bona fides of the transfer as to who was the appropriate taxpayer, and second as to whether such a situation (which clearly lacked economic reality) could, largely on an ipso facto basis, indicate fraud on the taxpayer's part.
(The Israelis have a longstanding interest in keeping a door open to Iran as a counterbalance to the virulently anti-Israeli Iraq.) In this opening gambit, the Iranians wanted to prove their bona fides, so they offered to win release of Americans then held hostage in Beirut as evidence of their influence in Tehran.