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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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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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These might include, for example, the cognitive changes that occur when expatriates explore the external job market, and the impact of factors such as governments, unions and immigration policies, as well as the broader patterns of culture, power, and inequality that influence the expatriate employment relationship.
Expatriate Jamal Youssef said "We stressed to President al-Assad the Syrian community's support for their country, leader and the reform program," pointing out to the role played by the 6 million Syrian expatriates in Brazil concerning the issue of conveying the truth about the events taking place in Syria to the Brazilian society.
877, regarding expatriation to avoid tax) applies to people who expatriate on or after the date of enactment.
Only the new section 877A (not the old section 877) applies to people who expatriate on or after the date of enactment.
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 common reason for expatriate assignments to fail, according to more than half of recruiters (51 percent), is a lack of cultural fit.
26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- China is among the easiest countries to attract expatriate executives to work but is also one of the hardest places for them to succeed, according to more than 140 international recruiters who completed the tenth edition of the quarterly Executive Recruiter Index, released today by Korn/Ferry International , a premier global provider of talent management solutions.
The problems for these expatriates start when they turn back to home because their small children are grown in a different culture.
It is followed by North Al Batinah (168,633 expatriates and 39,567 Omanis), Dhofar (167,068 expatriates and 12,741 Omanis), Al Dakhiliyah (66,468 expatriates and 28,130 Omanis), South Al Batinah (66,039 expatriates and 21,297 Omanis), South Al Sharqiyah (65,642 expatriates and 12,921 Omanis) and North Al Sharqiyah (63,450 expatriates and 13,557 Omanis).
One of the priorities on the top of my agenda at the ministry is to open doors for expatriates, especially those who want to restore Lebanese nationality," Bassil said to mark Lebanese Expatriates Day.
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.
Riyadh, Sha'ban 23, 1434, Jul 2, 2013, SPA -- The Ministry of Labor called on all concerned companies, individual sponsors and illegal expatriates to expedite correcting their residence and labor situations during the new amnesty which expires on the first day of next lunar year according to directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.
expatriates and the planning opportunities that can mitigate these tax consequences.
The government of the Islamic Republic has pledged to cease seizing the passports of expatriates returning to Iran on visits.
The number of expatriates in the Governorate of Muscat reached 828.