expatriation


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Synonyms for expatriation

enforced removal from one's native country by official decree

Synonyms for expatriation

the act of expelling a person from their native land

migration from a place (especially migration from your native country in order to settle in another)

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After nearly a century of repeated deportations and immigration and expatriation, one constant remained in his life: his I.
Singaporean Prime Minister Lee HsienLoong urged Asean member states to begin drafting a regional extradition treaty, prompting observers to raise concerns over the existing misuse of expatriation procedures by countries in the 10-member bloc, including Cambodia.
K A R A C H I -- Expressing deep concern over terminating of jobs and expatriation of a large number of Pakistani workers from the Gulf countries, especially the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), Pasban e Pakistan President Altaf Shakoor here Tuesday demanded of the Pakistan foreign office to take all-out efforts to save the jobs and livelihood of these people.
Gholamuddin urged the organ to pursue with the concerned parties to allow the workers who have a desire to work outside Sudan to retain their jobs in the country similar to the practice of other countries which encourage expatriation in order to attract additional financial resources and expertise to their countries and does not cancel their jobs.
2.2 Career Anchors, Expatriation, and Cross-Cultural Adjustment
Most of the studies conducted on expatriation management are based on the experience of large North American and West European corporations.
It is imperative to mention here that there have been numerous cases where the leniency extended by the Government of Pakistan towards the gradual expatriation of the Afghan refugees have been taken for granted by many living in Pakistan.
Among the topics are the city, the self, and the real-and-imagined; Ford, Russian Paris, and the motifs of expatriation; between tradition and modernity: the Ford-Larbaud-Joyce connection; Conrad, the Hueffers, and the 1903 Maupassant translations; what Hemingway learned from Ford, and Ford and Biala: a Bohemian life.
The exit tax imposed under IRC section 877A applies to "covered expatriates." Subject to certain limited exceptions, a covered expatriate is a taxpayer 1) whose average annual net income tax for the five taxable years ending before the expatriation date is greater than a threshold amount adjusted annually for inflation (for 2016, $161,000), 2) whose net worth as of the expatriation date is at least $2 million, or 3) who fails to certify, under penalties of perjury, compliance with U.S.
These include fifing Form 8854, Initial and Annual Expatriation Statement, and certifying, under penalties of perjury, that he has complied with all of his U.S.
citizen or resident, regardless of its situs and of whether such property was acquired by the covered expatriate before or after expatriation from the United States.
Q: What was your professional background before expatriation
It now works exclusively with international schools, colleges, universities and private language centres handling the recruitment and expatriation of staff into China, Malaysia, and various Gulf countries including the UAE, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
(20) In 2010, US Senator Joe Lieberman introduced the Terrorist Expatriation Act, which would have expanded the acts evincing intent to renounce US citizenship.