expatriate


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Synonyms for expatriate

to force to leave a country or place by official decree

one forced to emigrate, usually for political reasons

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Synonyms for expatriate

a person who is voluntarily absent from home or country

expel from a country

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move away from one's native country and adopt a new residence abroad

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How a major multinational is working to overcome the barriers to improved expatriate ROI.
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The Syrian expatriates expressed their rejection of those campaigns, voicing readiness to support their homeland through conveying the true image of what is happening.
But the Mexico City daily newspaper Reforma said there is a proposal to offer expatriates other options to cast ballots, including electronic mail.
The most frequently cited reason for Western expatriate and NRI clients staying in the GCC was the attractive tax rates.
Expatriate children who complete secondary education locally have a strong long-term affinity with the region and are increasingly likely to return to the GCC after completing university education abroad, according to Invesco.
Based on past newspaper reports, according to Electricity and Water Affairs minister, the subsidy element of expatriate accounts is around BD40m a year out of the total BD350m subsidy.
Ratha revealed that expatriates face problems regarding their remittances, as exchange companies raise interest imposed on their remittances.
Additionally, expatriate workA[degrees] ers employed in the family sector totalled 232,094 workers, also declining by 0.
Expatriate failure and success are obviously critical and related issues for global firms.
The number of expatriate workers in the private sector was 579,643 in 2003 and 1,053,055 in 2010, reaching 1,549,410 by March 2014.
11 (Saba) - Yemeni Minister of Expatriate Affairs Mujahid Al-Qahali and Chief of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) mission in SanaA'a Nicoletta Giordano on Tuesday discussed cooperation in the fields of migration and expatriates.
He disclosed new advantages of the new grace period, citing that a small enterprise with no more than nine workforce may recruit up to four new expatriate laborers even though its crew would exceed nine so that it could transfer to become a Nitaqat-classified company and, thus, enjoy the advantages of the new zone it has fallen in.
person who receives a gift or bequest from a covered expatriate is subject to a special succession tax.
Mohammad-Sharif Malekzadeh, the official in charge of expatriate issues, was quoted by the Iran News, an English language daily in Tehran, as saying: "All Iranians living in other countries can travel to their homeland without fear of their passports being seized at Iran's international airports.