USFI

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AcronymDefinition
USFIUnited Secretariat of the Fourth International
USFIUnione Stampa Filatelica Italiana (Italian: Italian Philatelic Press Union)
USFIUnited States Financial Institution
USFIUnmarried and Separated Fathers of Ireland (support group)
USFIUnited States Forces-Iraq (US DoD)
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A similar group called Unmarried And Separated Fathers of Ireland distanced itself from yesterday's drama which lasted six hours.
The Unmarried And Separated Fathers Of Ireland group has rejected the figures, claiming thousands of fathers pay maintenance "off the books".
The Unmarried and Separated Fathers of Ireland group said they organised the gathering to highlight problems men face trying to get access to their children.
The Unmarried and Separated Fathers of Ireland have called on employers and the Government to accommodate proper leave for all new dads.
It was called by the Unmarried and Separated Fathers of Ireland in a bid to seek a definition of the role of the father in the modern Irish family.
The group - Unmarried and Separated Fathers of Ireland - which he began 10 years ago now consists of more than 5,000 members.
The Unmarried and Separated Fathers of Ireland want the law changed to allow dad's protective rights to their children, whether or not they are married.
THE Unmarried and Separated Fathers of Ireland are to press for an overhaul of Ireland's outdated laws on family rights for male parents and their children.
Around 50 members of the Unmarried And Separated Fathers Of Ireland group marched through Dublin dressed as Santa to highlight their plight.
Around 60 members of Unmarried and Separated Fathers of Ireland are to dress up and hand out leaflets in Dublin to explain why the holidays will be miserable for thousands of dads.
Unmarried and Separated Fathers of Ireland claim the constitution and the courts do not recognise the increasing diversity of modern families.
The Unmarried and Separated Fathers of Ireland group has held the protest on Christmas Day for the past five years.