2001) (Consular notification provisions of the Vienna Convention do not bestow on foreign nationals any private, judicially enforceable right.); U.S.
With a view to facilitating the exercise of consular functions relating to nationals of the sending State:
Some far-sighted New York real estate brokerage companies have taken it a step further by aggressively pursuing the lucrative foreign nationals market through forging cross-border alliances and affiliations with large real estate companies in other countries, using videotapes of properties with multiple language translations as sales tools, and incorporating sophisticated information technology-based international marketing strategies.
From the simplest of conversations to the most complex transference of information, working with foreign nationals is an art that requires serious commitment of time and money to acquire and perfect.
The rules define the responsibilities, requirements, liabilities and warranties of gateway operators, which are the entry and exit points to individual national payments systems.
Passive players, such as financial institutions receiving cross-border payments and the corporate and individual beneficiaries of those payments, come under their respective national payments-system rules and don't have to overtly agree to receive cross-border payments.
Universities and other organizations that engage foreign nationals to work in various technological fields must also be aware of the penalties associated with violating these regulations.
These regulations apply to foreign nationals working for American companies and universities both abroad and within the U.S.
Health plans believe large national accounts will continue to be a big part of their business.
They're also discovering that moving to one or few national network plans provides additional cost savings, such as lower administrative fees.
A group of young performers was selected from forty regional competitions to perform at each of the national
finals' Battle of the Stars competition.
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