I Need Your Help ???

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I will be happy and grateful to anyone who has any information to help me find the site where the laws of U.S. banks .. My problem is I know an international friend of mine owns a contracting company  & he has done contract with such country  after the completion of his contract he was approved by the Government of this country and the judiciary to grant certificates of value of done contract .. Actually been done by the central bank of this country according to existing regulations in this country were to convert all approvals and appropriations to the Popular Bank in New York City .. After a lengthy procedure in this bank was to pay all expenses and fees and procedures according to regulations by the U.S. tax court fees for the U.S. Treasury and the Reserve Bank and other U.S. .. after the global financial crisis the procedures become more difficult with the knowledge that the person owns documents of the U.S. bank to prove that he paid all the commitments which have it in bank accounts belonging to the new York's bank.. Finally they said the contract amount will be returned to the Central Bank of the country based on the original contracts between the country and the U.S. banks which is subject to the authority of the Reserve Bank and the U.S. that they can not keep the funds for long time now the contract payment has been returned to the country .. Now the U.S. bank closed the his account and file & he must  check central Bank of the country which paid for the contract to obtain his payment again with new rules ..

 My question is very important is that the person has paid the fees & U.S duty fees  to the U.S. bank in New York City according the their recommendation &

Approval & accounts belong to them .. Is it possible to return

This amounts transferred from the company directly to the U.S. bank in New York City ??

Sorry to prolongation, but the issue is very important and I hope that I put the information exactly ..



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