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What does FTFI stand for?

FTFI stands for Face-to-Face Interview

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The DWP has shut down hundreds of local offices that once offered face-to-face interviews to claimants, and opened 62 call centres in their place, an efficiency drive that has helped deliver pounds 375m savings.
Each woman who agreed was asked, in a face-to-face interview, the four questions that make up the HITS survey, a validated questionnaire for assessing domestic violence: whether a partner or family member had physically hurt her, insulted her or talked down to her, threatened her with harm, or screamed or cursed at her during this pregnancy Women answering yes to any of the questions were offered the phone number of a 24-hour domestic violence intervention center.
As of the middle of last week, former Cleveland and Texas GM John Hart, now a consultant for the Rangers, hadn't even committed to accepting a face-to-face interview for the job, and Colletti's late entry into the candidate field likely means Frank McCourt has given up on Hart.
Anyone without a biometric passport would have required a visa, which could only be obtained by a face-to-face interview at a US Embassy; it also meant that anyone travelling on business at short notice would have almost no chance of securing such a visa in time.