T Visa Law and Legal Definition

A T Visa is a non immigrant visa that allows certain victims of human trafficking and immediate family members to remain and work temporarily in the U.S. if they are willing to help law enforcement officers in investigating and prosecuting the acts of trafficking. A T Visa is also known as T nonimmigrant status. This…

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T-1 Visa Law and Legal Definition

T-1 visa is a visa that may be issued to victims of severe forms of human trafficking, sex trade, or forced labor, who are present in the U.S. by way of such trafficking. This visa provides a trafficking victim with the legal means to prevent removal or deportation from the U.S. Such visas are ordinarily…

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T-2 Visa Law and Legal Definition

T-2 Visas are visas granted to spouses of T-1 visa holders who are victims of human trafficking, sex trade or forced labor. After three years of stay in the US, T-2 visa holders may adjust to lawful permanent resident status. T-2 holders may accept employment in the U.S. by obtaining an Employment Authorization Document.

T-Account Law and Legal Definition

T-Account is a diagram used to illustrate changes in the assets and liabilities of a bank’s balance sheet. A T-account, so named because or its perpendicular lines that look like a T, represents changes in assets on the left and changes in liabilities and net worth on the right.

T-Bill Law and Legal Definition

T-Bill is the abbreviation for Treasury bill, which is one kind of government security issued by the U. S. Treasury to obtain the funds used to finance the federal budget deficit. A Treasury bill has a maturity length of one year or less, with 90 days a common maturities. T-bills, together with short-term commercial paper…

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T-Bond Law and Legal Definition

T-Bond is the abbreviation for Treasury bond, which is one kind of government security issued by the U. S. Treasury to obtain the funds used to finance the federal budget deficit. A Treasury bond (or T-bond) has a maturity length of over 10 years, with 15 and 30 years common maturities. T-bonds, together with other…

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T-Note Law and Legal Definition

T-Note is the abbreviation for Treasury note, which is one kind of government security issued by the U. S. Treasury to obtain the funds used to finance the federal budget deficit. A Treasury note (or T-note) has a maturity length of between one and 10 years. Treasury notes are extremely popular investments as there is…

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T.R.O Law and Legal Definition

T.R.O is the legal slang for temporary restraining order. A temporary restraining order is a temporary order of a court to preserve current conditions as they are until a hearing is held at which both parties are present. It is also issued to keep one person from harassing another person or group of people. The…

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Tabella Law and Legal Definition

Tabella is a Latin term which means tablet. The term is used in voting and in giving the verdict of juries and decision of judges to mean ballot. Leges tabellarice means the law regulating the mode of voting by ballot.

Tabellio Law and Legal Definition

A tabellio was a Roman officer who reduced to writing and into proper form, agreements, contracts, wills, and other instruments, and witnessed their execution. They are distinguished from notaries in that they had judicial jurisdiction in some cases, and from their judgments could not be appealed. Notaries were aides of the tabelliones, they took notes…

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