NTA

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AcronymDefinition
NTANational Testing Agency (India)
NTANational Television Awards
NTANigerian Television Authority
NTANigerian Television Authority (Nigeria)
NTANippon Travel Agency (Japan)
NTANet Tangible Asset
NTANitrilotriacetic Acid
NTANational Tax Agency (Japan)
NTANational Tour Association
NTANational Treatment Agency (for Substance Misuse; UK)
NTANative Title Act (Australia)
NTANational Tutoring Association
NTANotice To Appear
NTANational Timing Authority
NTANetwork Traffic Analyzer
NTANetwork Tree Allocator
NTANo Temporary Register Available
NTANon Technical Acronym
NTANetwork Traffic Analyzer (software)
NTANational Taxpayer Advocate (US IRS)
NTANational Trappers Association
NTANational Training Authority (various locations)
NTANational Telecommunications Authority (various locations)
NTANational Transportation Agency (Canada)
NTANational Technical Association
NTANational Textile Association
NTANitrogen Tank Assembly
NTANon-Teaching Assistant
NTANotice to Applicants (EU)
NTANational Technology Alliance
NTANational Tennis Academy
NTANon-Traditional Agent
NTANevada Telecommunications Association
NTANorthern Training Area
NTANebraska Trucking Association
NTANational Tuberculosis Association (1919-1967)
NTANothing to Add
NTANorth to Alaska (TV)
NTANorthern Textile Association
NTANational Translator Association
NTANamibia Training Authority (est. 2008)
NTANetwork on Transitions to Adulthood
NTANetwork Technical Architecture (Sprint)
NTANeutral Torque Axis (vehicle feature)
NTANetwork Technology Architecture
NTANational Truckers Association
NTANebraska Telecommunications Association
NTANational Thoroughbred Association
NTANavy Technical Authority (US DoD)
NTANuclear Test Aircraft
NTANational Teachers Association for Country Western Dance
NTANational Trivia Association (pub trivia organization)
NTANorwegian Telecommunications Administration
NTANational Towing Alliance
NTANoobtoob Army (gaming group)
NTANavy Tactical Task (Navy Mission Essential Task List)
NTANorth American Transportation Association
NTANuclear Track A (film)
NTANear Term Architecture (Bellcore)
NTANovel Threat Agent
NTANantucket Tasters' Association
NTANews Transmission Assistant
NTANuclear Target Analysis
NTANon-Traditional Advertising
NTANorthwest Trail Riders Association
NTANaval Training Administration
NTANet Technical Assessment
NTANielsen Television Area
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"The bill still doesn't permit discussion of someone's previous criminal conviction until a conditional offer of employment has been made, but we did remove the requirement that employers provide notice to applicants about why they were not offered the job and instead added a negligent hiring provision for employers so long as they appropriately assess someone's criminal background when determining fit for a position," said Kathy Griesmyer, policy director for the American Civil Liberties Union of Idaho.
(151) In S-M-J-, the BIA specifically noted that "[although not binding on Immigration Judges, various guidelines for asylum adjudicators recommend the introduction of evidence by the adjudicator." (152) Providing specific, advance notice to applicants who are expected to corroborate their otherwise credible testimony is the best way for an IJ to discharge her duty to ensure that explanations regarding the unavailability of corroborating evidence are included in the record.
For years, and without notice to applicants, their lawyers, or the public at large, USCIS has been blacklisting law-abiding applicants as 'national security concerns' based on lawful religious activity, national origin, and innocuous associations.
Employers can conduct the searches themselves, which would relieve them of the responsibility of having to give notice to applicants. However, Shively said, obtaining a release from an applicant is still a good idea.
The most glaring example of such contradiction, says EFPIA, is the Notice to Applicants issued by the EU's own medicines agency, the EMEA, which says: "The therapeutic efficacy of the tested medicinal product should be assessed by comparison with other reference therapies".
(209.) An exception was the order in Robertson, in which the judge was so outraged by the violations of the law that he not only detailed the outlines of the relief himself, but also gave the defendant only five days to submit a draft for the court's approval of the detailed notice to applicants about their rights to benefits, and only five days after approval to disseminate the notice to all local agency offices.