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Spanish to English translations [PRO] Bus/Financial - Insurance / carta sobre seguros
Spanish term or phrase:de una vez (Venezuela)
This is in a letter from a reinsurance expert, to someone who presumably isn´t an expert, telling them what documents they need in order to register a reinsurance company with the Venezuelan Insurance Authority
"En estos tiempos como están de moda los informes de las Calificadoras de Riesgos, creo prudente que de una vez los anexe"
I can´t imagine it means anything like "once and for all" or "in one go" or "immediately". Maybe it means something like "while you´re are it" or "in advance, before they ask for it"...? Any Venezuelans out there?