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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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Baruch (2004) contends that compensation has an extensive part in designing a thriving global reward program; however, a number of dreadful elements are still there in coping up with the breakdown of expatriate that still ranges between 16% and 40%(for American expatriates), although calculate approximately over $ 1 million for every untimely exit (Sims and Schraeder, 2005).
Expatriates should be aware of the foreign country language despite which it forms a hurdle for their existence.
In March 2014, the population stood at 3,987,033, comprising 2,226,033 Omanis and 1,761,000 expatriates.
BEIRUT: Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil said Sunday that Lebanon would open its doors to expatriates, especially those looking to restore Lebanese nationality.
Al-Qahali praised efforts exerted by IOM regarding deported Yemenis, stressing that the Ministry of Expatriate Affairs will cooperate with the organization in providing needed services to expatriates.
Mufreh Al-Hagbani, Deputy Minister of Labor, said the extension came in response to requests by a number of foreign embassies of labor-supply countries, Saudi businessmen and expatriates who have cited a large turnabout to rectify the situation of illegals within relatively a short period of three months.
In addition, potential expatriates face a host of nontax issues, which often include selecting a new country of citizenship, deciding which family members will expatriate, managing the formal expatriation process, and determining whether the expatriate will (or will be able to) come back into the United States.
The literature on expatriates has usually focused on the differences between female and male expatriates and the various factors that impact their level of success in completing international assignments such as organizational support and training (Downes & Thomas, 1999).
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.
ISLAMABAD -- Overseas Pakistanis Foundation (OPF), will be launching several mega projects and striving hard to provide maximum facilities to expatriates from all over Pakistan and AJK.
Nasr indicated that MIIC aimed to facilitate procedures for those wishing to invest in Egypt, including Egyptian expatriates, noting that she would establish an Egyptian expatriate office in ISC as she decided to set up a Business Facilitation Office for Businesswomen.
Barrister Amjad Malik said OPAC was constituted in accordance with the vision of the Prime Minister to get feedback, involve expatriates in the process of policy making and provide them maximum facilities at their doorstep.
Khartoum, June 15 (SUNA) - The Cabinet Affairs Minister, Ahmed Saad Omer, has affirmed the importance of concern and care with the expatriates and strengthening their ties with the homeland.