F-1 Visa Law and Legal Definition

An F1 Visa is issued to international student wishing to pursue academic studies and/or language training program at a United States college or university. An applicant for a US student Visa must come to the United States to pursue an academic program in an institution recognized by the United States government. The foreign citizen must…

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F-2 Visa Law and Legal Definition

F-2 Visas are given to the spouse and minor children of an F-1 student. The spouse and minor children accompanying an F-l student are eligible for admission in F-2 status if the student is admitted in F-l status or will be within 30 days, enrolled in a full course of study, or engaged in approved…

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F.A.S.Vessel Law and Legal Definition

F.A.S. Vessel is the acronym of Free Alongside Steamer. Seller owns goods until they are delivered alongside vessel and the selling price includes all overhead charges incurred in the process along with the cost of transportation to dock. In other words, the terms of sale indicates that the price invoiced or quoted by a seller…

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F.C.&S. Law and Legal Definition

F.C. & S. is the acronym of free of capture and seizure. This is a marine insurance policy clause which excludes damage or destruction of property in risks such as war, capture, or seizure from the marine policy. The war risks can be covered by issuing a separate war policy with an additional premium being…

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F.o.b. Law and Legal Definition

According to 48 CFR 2.101[Title 48. Federal Acquisition Regulations System; Chapter 1. Federal Acquisition Regulation; Subchapter A. General; Part 2. Definitions Of Words And Terms; Subpart 2.1. Definitions], ?F.o.b.? means free on board. This term is used in conjunction with a physical point to determine:

F.O.B. Destination Law and Legal Definition

Pursuant to 48 CFR 2.101 (Title 48, Federal Acquisition Regulations System; Chapter 1, Federal Acquisition Regulation; Subchapter A, General; Part 2, Definitions of Words and Terms; Subpart 2.1, Definitions), ?f.o.b. destination means free on board at destination; i.e., the seller or consignor delivers the goods on seller’s or consignor’s conveyance at destination. Unless the contract…

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F.O.B. Origin Law and Legal Definition

Pursuant to 48 CFR 2.101 (Title 48, Federal Acquisition Regulations System; Chapter 1, Federal Acquisition Regulation; Subchapter A, General; Part 2, Definitions of Words and Terms; Subpart 2.1, Definitions), f.o.b. origin means ?free on board at origin; i.e., the seller or consignor places the goods on the conveyance. Unless the contract provides otherwise, the buyer…

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F.O.B./F.A.S. Endorsement Law and Legal Definition

F.O.B/F.A.S endorsement is a clause, or endorsement in a marine cargo insurance policy. It provides the assured with the option of insuring cargo from the point of origin only until the seller passes risk of cargo loss to the buyer under FOB or FAS trade terms.

FAA Decisionmaker [Aeronautics and Space] Law and Legal Definition

According to 14 CFR 13.202 [Title 14 Aeronautics and Space; Chapter I Federal Aviation Administration, Department of Transportation; Subchapter B Procedural Rules; Part 13 Investigative and Enforcement Procedures; Subpart G Rules of Practice in FAA Civil Penalty Actions], FAA Decisionmaker means ?the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, acting in the capacity of the decisionmaker…

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FAA Oversight Office Law and Legal Definition

According to 14 CFR 91.1501 [Title 14 — Aeronautics and Space; Chapter I — Federal Aviation Administration, Department of Transportation; Subchapter F — Air Traffic and General Operating Rules; Part 91 — General Operating and Flight Rules; Subpart L — Continued Airworthiness and Safety Improvements; Special Federal Aviation Regulations], FAA Oversight Office is ?the aircraft…

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