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Cablegate: Nicaragua: Post Requests Visa Eligibility Under Section 2225 Be Restored for Javier Antonio Pichardo Ramirez

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R 232106Z MAY 08
FM AMEMBASSY MANAGUA
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 2659
INFO RUEATRS/DEPT OF TREASURY WASHINGTON DC
RUEHZA/WHA CENTRAL AMERICAN COLLECTIVE

UNCLAS MANAGUA 000672

STATE FOR WHA/CEN, EB/IFD/OIA AND L/CID
STATE FOR WHA/EPSC
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TREASURY FOR INL AND OWH

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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: EINV ECON USTR KIDE CVIS NU
SUBJECT: NICARAGUA: POST REQUESTS VISA ELIGIBILITY UNDER SECTION 2225 BE RESTORED FOR JAVIER ANTONIO PICHARDO RAMIREZ

REFS: (A) 02 MANAGUA 1238 (B) 03 SECSTATE 345164

1. (SBU) Summary: Post requests that nonimmigrant visa eligibility
be restored for Javier Antonio Pichardo Ramirez. Post has confirmed
that Pichardo Ramirez satisfactorily resolved his property dispute
with U.S. citizen Mrs. Leyla Rener de Marin on May 24, 2006. Please
see action request in Paragraph 3. End Summary.

2. (SBU) On May 24, 2006, U.S. citizen Mrs. Leyla Rener de Marin
settled her property dispute with Javier Antonio Pichardo Ramirez by
accepting indemnification bonds issued by the Government of
Nicaragua (GON) worth 2,348,700 cordobas (approximately $35,000).
In June 2006, the Embassy received a copy of the settlement document
from the GON. On May 21, 2008, Econoff spoke to Mrs. Rener de Marin
who confirmed that the claim had been settled. Mrs. Rener de Marin
lives in Florida and may be contacted by telephone at the following
numbers: (305) 273-8810 or (786) 972-0373.

3. (SBU) Action Request: Post finds sufficient evidence that the
property dispute between Leyla Rener de Marin and Javier Antonio
Pichardo Ramirez has been resolved. Thus, we request the Department
consider removing Pichardo Ramirez' visa ineligibility under Section
2225.

TRIVELLI

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