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  Residence Act: Primary Documents of American History (Virtual Programs & Services, Library of Congress)
The Residence Act, officially titled "An Act for Establishing the Temporary and Permanent Seat of the Government of the United States," was passed on July 16, 1790, and selected a site on the Potomac River as the permanent capital (Washington, D.C.), in ten years times.
The Residence Act was the result of a compromise reached between Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton and James Madison concerning the permanent location of the Federal capital.
The Senate passed the Residence Act by a vote of 14 to 12 on July 1, 1790.
www.loc.gov /rr/program/bib/ourdocs/Residence.html   (711 words)

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The residence licence will be renewed, in accordance with section 17, as long as the mother or the father with sole custody possesses a residence licence or residence entitlement.
A residence licence cannot be issued until one year has elapsed since the departure of the alien; this will not apply in the case of a statutory entitlement or where the public interest requires otherwise.
For the purpose of issuing the residence licence without limit of time, the length of time for which the holder has had the residence authorization will be included in the period for which he/she must have held a residence licence.
www.uniset.ca /nold/allem_foreigners.txt   (16452 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Residence is the town or village in which an individual person settles for the purpose of residing in it.
Residence in the Republic of Slovenia is the municipality, town or village, street, house number (including any house number additions), geo-code and designation of the apartment; residence in foreign countries is the country, town or village, street and house number.
The residence of individual persons under 18 years of age or of persons without legal capacity must be registered or deregistered by their parents or wards or by the persons with whom they are residing.
www.sigov.si /mnz/en/upl/zak_min/uunz/ZPPrebAngl.doc   (3857 words)

 Isle of Man Government Chief Secretary's Office - Residency Controls
The Act is intended to provide for the registration of residents, and matters relating to the regulation of residence in the Island.
The Act is perceived by the Government as a piece of contingency planning : legislation to be kept in reserve and activated only in circumstances of necessity in response to a seriously deteriorating economic or social situation requiring Government intervention.
In general terms, the purpose of the Act is to impose controls on the growth of the population of the Isle of Man by means of a "Residency Register".
www.gov.im /cso/initiatives/residency.xml   (774 words)

 East St. Louis City Court Naturalization Papers Index (1874-1906)
The 1795 act was supplemented and amended by one of the most stringent naturalization laws ever enacted in the United States, the Act of 1798, which increased the residency requirements to fourteen years.
An Act of February 1855, stated “any woman who might lawfully be naturalized under existing laws, married, or shall be married to a citizen of the United States, shall be deemed and taken to be a citizen.” [Act of February 10, 1855, 10 Stat.
In an Act of August 1, 1894, “no person (except an Indian) who is not a citizen of the United States, or who has not made legal declaration of intent to become a citizen...shall be enlisted” in the Army of the United States during time of peace.
www.cyberdriveillinois.com /departments/archives/eslnat.html   (1409 words)

 Ministerstvo vnitra
In regard of the temporary stay, the Act distinguishes between two types: a visa-free stay (under conditions stipulated for instance by an international agreement) and a stay under a short-term or a long-term visa.
During the preparation of the new Alien Residence Act, knowledge of analogous laws of the Federal Republic of Germany, Austria and France was used.
The Act also reflects recommendations adopted by conferences of the European ministers responsible for migration on the prevention of illegal migration, in particular the 1997 Prague Conference which adopted Recommendations of legislative, organisational and operational nature.
www.mvcr.cz /migrace/1999_en/act.html   (929 words)

 Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 actually is a relief   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Under the Act, a married taxpayer filing jointly is generally able to exclude up to $500,000 ($250,000 for single taxpayers) of gain on the sale of a principal residence.
To be eligible, the residence is required to have been owned and occupied as the taxpayer’s principal residence for a least two of the five years prior to the sale.
Under the Act, a home office qualifies as the "principal place of business" if the office is used to conduct administrative or management activities for a trade or business, and there is no other fixed location of the trade or business where the taxpayer conducts substantial administrative or management activities of the trade or business.
www.physiciansnews.com /finance/1297.html   (1647 words)

 CHANG & BOOS - CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP THROUGH NATURALIZATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Applying the interpretation of residence as used in tax law, he concluded that actual physical presence was not a requirement under the current Act.
Although some cases have stated that the absence of such a physical place of residence in Canada is not determinative, other cases have stated that the person must show that he has established an occasional lodging, and that this occasional lodging has been maintained throughout the period in question.
In any event, given the requirement that the period of residence be acquired within the four years preceding the filing of the application, it would not be possible to accumulate more than one year of residence based on s.
www.americanlaw.com /cdnnat.html   (2136 words)

The act also provides that if a federal determination is made regarding an invalid election, allowing the taxpayer to be an S corporation for federal purposes prior to January 1, 1997, the corporation is automatically considered to be an S corporation for state purposes for its first income year beginning after December 31, 1996.
This act provides for purposes of the application of Subchapter C rules, an S corporation, in its capacity as a shareholder of another corporation, is treated as a corporation.
The act provides that if an S corporation shareholder's entire interest in the corporation is disposed of, the S corporation can elect to close its year with respect to that shareholder and to allocate the pass-through items as if the year consisted of two tax years.
www.ftb.ca.gov /law/legis/97legchng/97-19.html   (3860 words)

 Residence Review Board | FAQ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Residence Review Board decides appeals brought under section 18C of the Immigration Act against the refusal of a visa officer or an immigration officer of the New Zealand Immigration Service to grant an application for a residence visa or a residence permit.
If the Residence Review Board considers a "particular event" has occurred after your application was declined and it materially affects your eligibility for residence, and it is fair to do so, the Residence Review Board may refer your case to the New Zealand Immigration Service for a new assessment (section 18F(6) of the Immigration Act).
When the Residence Review Board member to whom the appeal is allocated has made a decision, you will receive a letter together with the written decision of the Residence Review Board which explains in full the reasons for the decision.
www.residencereviewboard.govt.nz /Pages/RES_Questions_complete.aspx   (3970 words)

 DAAD - wandel durch austausch - change by exchange
A residence permit bound to a specific purpose can be issued to university graduates for up to one year after the successful completion of studies for the purpose of looking for a job.
The extent to which gainful employment may be taken up during this search phase, what conditions possibly attach to this and what requirements need to be met to prove that the applicant is able to cover his or her living expenses/livelihood is currently in the process of review and clarification.
The settlement permit is – in contrast to the residence permit – an unlimited residence permit.
www.daad.de /deutschland/en/   (1371 words)

 migration online - law   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
In contrast, the act covers EU citizens who enjoy more favorable conditions when applying for temporary and permanent residency as a result of the 2002 EU-harmonization amendment.
A residence permit becomes invalid when its alien holder is granted Czech citizenship, or is expelled or dies.
The Act on Residence of Aliens allows for administrative expulsion (Chapter X); for the purposes of such expulsion, temporary leave to remain on the territory also means an illegal stay of aliens on the territory or a stay in the transit area of an international airport.
www.migrationonline.cz /law_f.shtml?x=182446   (326 words)

 Access to health care and social welfare for foreign nationals - HÃ¥kan Stoor - SREC98
In 1994 uniform rules on habitual residence were adopted in the Act on Application of Residence Based Social Security, regarding the SII-benefits, and in the Municipal Residence Act, regarding the municipal services.
The court did not exclude the possibility that the applicant was still a "worker" by reason, for example, of the fact that she was seeking employment.
According to the report, the concept of residence is to be clarified in the Application Act.
www.uta.fi /laitokset/sospol/seminars/rights/stoor.htm   (3901 words)

 Deutsche Botschaft Stockholm - New Immigration Act in Germany - A Rewiev by Dr. Frank Hempel
The core of the new regulations is the Residence Act, i.e.
And finally, another new element is that the residence permit is related to the purpose of residence (training, employment, family reunification, humanitarian reasons).
Also, the right of entry and residence in the case of not gainfully active EU citizens requires that they provide evidence of adequate sickness insurance and sufficient means of living.
www.stockholm.diplo.de /sv/seite__vortrag__zuwanderung__sv.html   (3863 words)

 Act No. 326 of November 30th, 1999 on Residence of Aliens in the Territory of the Czech Republic and Amendment to Some ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
For the purposes of employment and studies, an alien shall be considered an alien with a permanent residence permit during the validity period of a Visa for the purpose of temporary protection.
(2) For the purposes of determining the validity period of a certificate of permission to reside, a replacement pursuant to Section 83 shall be considered an extension of the validity period of a certificate of permission to reside.
In case of an application for a residence permit, the stay of a newly born alien during the proceedings shall be considered temporary.
www.mvcr.cz /cizinci/z_pc_an2.html   (16172 words)

 Residence F40, act Cropani Marina, near Catanzaro and Soverato.
Residence F40, act Cropani Marina, near Catanzaro and Soverato.
At Cropani Marina, near Catanzaro, on one of the most fascinating stretches of the Calabrian coast, stands the F40, a recently built structure, that offers its guests the possibility of choosing different kinds of accommodation, opting for the hotel or the residence formula.
The courteous management, the many comforts and the nearness to interesting tourist centres like Soverato, Squillace, Taverna, Isola di Capo Rizzuto, and the fascinating surrounding scenery make the residence F40 the ideal place to spend a quiet and relaxing holiday, choosing among naturalistic and historical itineraries.
www.esperia.it /F40eng.htm   (183 words)

 Betty Dick Residence Protection Act
(c) Purpose- The purpose of this Act is to require the Secretary of the Interior to permit continued occupancy and use of the property identified in section 2(b) by Betty Dick for the remainder of her natural life.
(b) Identification of Property- The property referred to in subsection (a) are the lands and improvements within the boundaries of Rocky Mountain National Park identified as `residence', `occupancy area', and `barn' on the map entitled `Betty Dick Residence and Barn' dated January, 2005.
Fred Dick dated July 17, 1980, except that Betty Dick shall be required to annually pay to the Secretary of the Interior an amount equal to one twenty-fifth of the amount specified in section 3(B) of such agreement.
www.theorator.com /bills109/hr432.html   (685 words)

 HOUSE BILL 420 P.N. 484   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
This act shall be known and may be cited as the Adult Living
its grounds and the records of the residence and the licensee.
(8) Violation of the provisions of this act or the
www.legis.state.pa.us /WU01/LI/BI/BT/2003/0/HB0420P0484.HTM   (6432 words)

 KELA - Residence based social security
The length of your residence in Finland also affects the amount of your pension.
Residence in Finland and eligibility for social security benefits are defined by the Act concerning Residence-Based Social Security (Laki asumiseen perustuvan sosiaaliturvalainsäädännön soveltamisesta; 30.12.1993/1573).
Under the Health Insurance Act, for example, eligibility extends to persons who are resident in Finland, including those working or self-employed in Finland for a period of at least four months.
www.kela.fi /in/internet/english.nsf/NET/161001091511EH?opendocument   (361 words)

 S.I. No. 34/2000: Trade Marks Act, 1996 (Residence of Trade Mark Agents) Regulations, 2000
In these Regulations "Agreement on the European Economic Area" means the Agreement on the European Economic Area, signed in Oporto on 2 May 1992, as adjusted by the Protocol signed in Brussels on 17 March 1993.
Each of the states, other than the State, which are contracting parties to the Agreement on the European Economic Area is hereby prescribed for the purposes of section 86(1)(a) of the Trade Marks Act, 1996 (No. 6 of 1996).
These Regulations allow persons who reside in any of the states that are parties to the Agreement on the European Economic Area, and who fulfil all the conditions for registration, to be eligible to be registered trade mark agents.
www.irishstatutebook.ie /ZZSI34Y2000.html   (337 words)

 First Federal Congress: Locating the United States Capital
At the opening of the second session Congress killed the troublesome bill for locating the capital by establishing the rule that all business must begin de novo each session, a precedent that remained a Senate rule for half a century.
At the end of May 1790 the Senate took up a new residence bill.
In July the president signed the Residence Act.
www.gwu.edu /~ffcp/exhibit/p12/p12_1.html   (122 words)

 SPIG - Law Reports - Shared Residence - Children Act 1989 - private law   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
[1995] 2 F.L.R. Residence - Residence order in mother's favour with extensive contact to father - Whether contact order or shared residence order should be made
[1994] 1 F.L.R. Residence - Shared residence order - Residence order made in husband's favour giving him parental responsibility over child who was not his son
[2001] 1 F.L.R. Residence - Shared residence order under s 11(4) of Children Act 1989 not appropriate solely to give applicant (even someone who looked after children believing himself to be father) parental responsibility - Removal from jurisdiction
www.spig.clara.net /law-rpt/shared.htm   (315 words)

 SPIG - Law Reports - Residence - Children Act 1989 - private law
[2005] 1 F.L.R. Immigration - Freedom of movement for persons - Right of residence of the spouse of a national of a member State who returns to establish himself in his country of origin.
[1995] 2 F.L.R. Residence - Child of parent who was member of a religious sect - Father withdrawn from his community and cut off from his child
[1999] 1 F.L.R. Residence - Welfare officer's recommendation in father's favour - Mother relying on UN Declaration that child of tender years shall not, save in exceptional circumstances, be separated from its mother
www.spig.clara.net /law-rpt/residnce.htm   (2005 words)

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