noncitizen


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Synonyms for noncitizen

a person who comes from a foreign country

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The survey included such examples as a 2005 investigation into 1,668 Washington residents with "foreign-sounding names" - none were noncitizens; a 2000 investigation into 553 Hawaii residents alleged to have improperly registered to vote as noncitizens - none had voted; and a 2001 investigation in Milwaukee of 370,000 voting records that found four potential instances of naturalized citizens voting before they were sworn in.
123) This becomes a dire human rights issue when the noncitizen is actually a refugee seeking asylum, but is unable to articulate their qualifications for refugee status without an attorney's assistance.
By passing the IIRIRA, Congress significantly changed the process a criminal noncitizen faces once detained.
This would suggest that for every one noncitizen that loses Medicaid coverage, eight citizens lose coverage.
efforts to remove noncitizens convicted of crimes from the United
A second option for the resident spouse is to consider purchasing a life insurance policy through an irrevocable fife insurance trust for the benefit of the surviving noncitizen spouse.
Noncitizen voting is the suffrage movement of our time.
In contrast to the public transcript about rampant noncitizen voting, hidden transcripts take place out of the mainstream public's spotlight and often contradict public transcripts.
Caption: Percent of Foreign-Born Population That Are Noncitizens Under 35 by Melropolitain Statistical Area: 2010-2012
and the rest of the world that barring means-tested welfare and entitlement programs to noncitizens and allowing more lawful immigration would be a tremendously beneficial shift in policy.
government seeks to forcibly remove a noncitizen from the country.
Policies and regulations from the past decade underscore the need for strong constitutional safeguards in removal proceedings, which are administrative proceedings where an Immigration Judge adjudicates whether a noncitizen should be deported from the United States under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).
Supporters say the measures would augment federal laws barring noncitizens and foreign companies from donating directly to candidates or political parties at the federal, state and local levels.
and was going forward with plans for a border wall, he and the Department of Defense will not disallow noncitizens from serving the military or hindering possible citizenship as a reward for service.