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VISA

, VRSA (vē′să)
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We will ensure that they all understand that if they fail to meet the extended deadline we will have no alternative but to begin requiring visas for travelers from those countries.
It's also ridiculous that Visa is behind all this, the same company that sponsors the Triple Crown.
The next step (and, for nurses, the first step) is the filing of an immigrant (permanent) visa petition with the BCIS.
The patient's oxacillin-resistant VISA strain was closely related by SmaI and EagI to the patient's oxacillinsusceptible strain of VISA.
The dispute arose when Dean Witter sought to become a Visa member and to issue Visa cards nationwide under the "Prime Option" name.
We are pleased to partner with Visa to bring this unique opportunity to Visa Signature cardholders," said Peter Stilwell, director of business development at Pinehurst Resort.
The announced plans of Visa Interactive will very clearly differentiate the company from the multitude of offerings being announced by competitors.
Visa Signature cardholders use the card for the majority of their purchases - from everyday items to larger purchases, and want to be rewarded for their spend.
Visa is the leading consumer payment system in the world with 309 million cards issued worldwide, including 152 million in the United States.
Visa USA is a leading payment brand and the nation's largest payment system, enabling banks to provide their consumers and business customers with a wide variety of payment alternatives tailored to meet their evolving needs.
According to a review of historic Visa data, jewelry stores and florists experienced more than a 30 percent increase during Super Bowl weekends in 2005 and 2006 compared with other weekends.