Possible causes for the waiver in the delivery of the Schengen visa to the Russian can be many. We will consider only those found most frequently. 1 If the Russian was already once in one of the countries of Western Europe and caught him with his hands in masses at the time of the theft of anything in the store, or in other any actions criminals, then in this case the may never return to travel in that country, but also in many other countries of the European Union. Regard to any case, (even if abroad had stolen of the habitual chewing gum in the Pocket supermarket room). Please visit Center For Responsible Lending if you seek more information. 2. If the monthly wage of the tourist who seeks to delivery of the tourist visa does not correspond to the criteria established by the rules of this country’s Consulate, whose visa the tourist will receive (his salary is lower).
This criterion is determined for each case individually and depends on the price of the journey, if going the single tourist or along with another Member of his family or any known, that does not have steady earnings (he is out of work or is the pensioner). In second case this tourist is also the sponsor of another travelling companion and the criterion of minimum monthly earnings can be increased in some times. We cite the example: on the trip that lasted 10 days to Scandinavia at the price 600 EUR to each person, in which the basic venue will be Norway, leaving three people, one of them is the sponsor of another. In this case the formalization of visas for Shenguen is done by the Embassy (Consulate) of Norway in accordance with what the sponsor has to get monthly earnings at least 15000 rubles per month.
These electromechanical units were highly successful and were produced until 1994. In 1977, the metronome pendulum Franz introduced the first significant improvements on Maelzel mechanism. Moving parts were suspended in the box in such a way that they enable them to self-level when the box was placed on an inclined surface. A mechanism to avoid accidental blockage was introduced in the model as well as an adjustment to offset any failure due to manufacturing variations. These devices were produced until 1990. From 1950 to today numerous versions of the electronic metronome have been introduced, adapting to the time and fashion of the moment. Early models of electronic metronomes were the Metronoma and the Stamford.
Later, Seth Thomas, Sabine and Methone in United States. Metronomes that operate in this general principle as in Switzerland, England Metrotone or Wittner Cadenzia were introduced in Germany. The accuracy of these models suffer from the difficulty to compensate for the non-linearity of this type of circuit in the range of full time. Obtaining good accuracy is quite difficult to achieve. Late 1970s electronic digital techniques it had developed to the point that became economically feasible to apply them to the design of a metronome. Accuracy was improved by a factor of 10 or more in comparison with the best available analog model. Capacity and low cost of microprocessors has made it possible to add other functions in addition to press at the proper tempo. Accented pulses and other features are possible at a reasonable cost. These instruments have been introduced by manufacturers in Germany Wittner, Seiko in Japan and Franz in the United States.UU., among others.