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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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The House Committee on Telecommunications investigating the level of Compliance with expatriate quota system by companies operating in the Country raised the aalarm yesterday when the management of Huawei Telecommunications company along with some of its expatriates appear before the Committee.
Of the 199 companies, 78 are from Dhofar (3,360 expatriate workers), 27 from North Sharqiyah (797 expatriate workers), 25 from South Sharqiyah (886 expatriate workers), 21 from Muscat (6,918 expatriate workers), 18 from North Batinah (2,928 expatriate workers), 12 from South Batinah (625 expatriate workers), nine from Buraimi (585 expatriate workers), four from Dakhliyah (235 expatriate workers), four from Al Wusta (149 expatriate workers) and one from Dhahirah (61 expatriate workers).
Dubai: Expatriates have welcomed the idea of savings investment fund to eventually replace gratuity, but with reservations and some thoughtful tweaks to the proposed project.
To a question about various welfare activities of OPF, he said that the Foundation has provided financial assistance to the bereaved families of Pakistani expatriates who died abroad or became permanently disabled.
She further reiterated that the new Investment Law provided for the presence of representatives from 74 agencies at ISC to facilitate procedures for investors, thereby facilitate and accelerate procedures for Egyptian expatriates.
The Chairman highlighted a number of new initiatives taken by the OPF for welfare of expatriates and their dependents including revamping of OPF website and launching of 24-hour helpline besides provision of financial assistance within one month.
Expatriates, cross-cultural adjustment, gender, Saudi Arabia
Members of the Committee discussed the situations of the Syrian expatriates abroad and means of coordinating their activities with the Ministry, and studying the possibility of appointing trade & commercial attache for the Syrian embassies, in addition to opening new gates for exporting the Syrian products.
The reason expatriates find it even more attractive is because of the wonderful multi-racial community that coexists in harmony.
The number of expatriates in the Governorate of Muscat reached 828.
As the global operations of a multinational corporation surge, the need for expatriates grows, too.
Expatriates are critical to retail wealth management market in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and the primary challenge for the industry in the region is to design solutions that can attract more retirement savings assets, according to a study.
TUNIS (TAP)-Prime Minister Habib Essid said Tunisian expatriates can help boost socio-economic development by means of investing in projects scheduled as part of the five-year plan (2016-2020).
There have been debates about Bahrain's subsidies being high and the need to recover part of it by requiring expatriates to pay for the cost of government services they use.
NNA - Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, Gebran Bassil, stressed need to work together -- expatriates and residential Lebanese -- and put political and sectarian disagreements away when discussing the Lebanese expatriates issues.