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Representative

1. See: Agent.

2. See: Broker.

3. See: Attorney.
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Houda Ben Youssef was appointed representative for Egypt.
To help ease the process and get you closer to successfully submitting a POA, we'll share the top 10 reasons the FTB rejects online POAs--and three ways to edit or remove a representative for security reasons.
The representatives welcomed the enforcement of the academic accreditation scheme on their respective institutions for its great advantages and benefits to them.
Western Samar Representative Mel Senen Sarmiento nominated Belmonte, citing the "game-changing" legislation passed by the 15th Congress under the leadership of the Quezon City lawmaker.
Besides state Representatives, five additional members--from American Samoa, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands--represent their constituencies (people represented) in the House.
So, the key to getting your Senators and Representatives to do the right thing is helping them understand veterans issues," Violante said.
technical representatives of firms having special relations with the United States Armed Forces, when such persons come to Italy for other than temporary visits.
90-day delinquency: If an IDR response is more than 90 calendar days delinquent, a joint status meeting should be held, involving the territory manager, examiner, the taxpayer's senior tax officer and the taxpayer's representative, to try to resolve the open issues.
Urge your Senators and Representatives to support efforts to fix the presidential public financing system by cosponsoring S.
Liaison Meeting with Chief of Staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation, and Other Representatives of the
In a speech opposing the resolution, Representative Ron Paul (R-Texas) pointed out that "during a time of crisis it is all the more important to have representatives accountable to the people making the laws.
A Democratic State Senator midway through a four-year term, she was a natural to run for a seat in the House of Representatives next year.