immediate family


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immediate family

A person's spouse, children, siblings and parents, spouse's siblings and parents, and spouses of person's children
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"Brandon isn't in any trouble but his immediate family are worried about him, as are we.
The salary requirement for men is Dh4,000 or Dh3,000 plus accommodation to sponsor their immediate family and that for women is Dh10,000.
Other Kenyans hope to pursue higher education in the new year (22), spend time with immediate family (21), buy a car (10), get married (10), build a house (7).
The study published Thursday by Cornell University and lobbying group FWD.us, found that about 45 percent of US adults (around 113 million people) have an immediate family member who has been incarcerated for at least one night in jail or prison, World News reported.
Lopez, for his part, found it 'very reasonable' to grant workers bereavement leave in the event of death of an immediate family member.
The four companies that said that public officeholders or members of their immediate family were part of their ownership structure have been exempt from the process of signing contracts, Jovan Despotovski, Director of the Innovation and Technology Development Fund, said Tuesday.
The prospective declarants who can also make such payments from their immediate family members maintaining foreign currency accounts with banks in Pakistan could only discharge the tax liability out of balances maintained as of March 31, 2018 or June 20, 2018, whichever is less.
The addition and amendment has allowed these people to pay required tax 2-5% of the value of assets and transfer the declared liquid assets through his/her immediate family members' bank accounts through proper banking channels.
A Minnesota Supreme Court decision published last week, regarding a family dispute over a hunting accident, underscored the state statute that draws the line between public and private use of recreational land.<br />Robert Ouradnik, the appellant, owned 40 acres of land in Pine County, on which he allowed immediate family members and only them to hunt.
Rodel Batocabe rallied behind the passage of a measure, which recognizes that the death of an immediate family member bears a significant emotional and psychological burden upon a family member.
Section 18(a)(16) of the Illinois Condominium Property Act governs contracts with board members and immediate family members of board members.
A bill that extends the agriculture below-minimum wage exemption for immediate family members to all businesses is on its way to the Senate, after the Senate Commerce and Human Resources Committee voted on March 13 to pass it with no opposition.

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