I text my mother way more often than I call her, and that doesn't mean I don't love my mom, a lot.To me, it means I prefer texting as a mode of quick and easy communication.Of all of the dating dilemmas people come to me with, texting is at the top of the list.I have no doubt that texting etiquette and texting interpretation faux pas have tanked more budding relationships than anyone could actually count!This section shows all bilateral exchange relationships that are currently in place for the automatic exchange of CRS information.The relationships shown included those under the framework of Article 6 of the Multilateral Convention and the CRS MCAA, as well as exchange relationships based on bilateral agreements and the EU framework.Further information on the process for activating bilateral exchange relationships under the CRS MCAA can be found in our Questions and Answers.This page will be regularly updated as further jurisdictions activate their bilateral exchange relationships.
Activated exchange relationships can be sorted and displayed from both the perspective of a particular sending jurisdiction (“FROM”) or a particular receiving jurisdiction (“TO”).
The truth is: you don't have any idea what it means to him (or her) to text you in the early stages of getting to know each other.
Release your assumptions - maybe texting is something you reserve for people who are a low priority for you, but that isn't the case for everyone.
I generally assume that other people would prefer text as well. If someone really wants to communicate with you, they will find a way to do that effectively.
For each exchange relationship, the legal basis and, where appropriate, the effective date and/or the activation date are shown.
The number in brackets behind each jurisdiction in the drop-down menu indicates the total number of bilateral exchange relationships that are currently activated with respect to that jurisdiction.