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expatriate

verb abandon nationality, banish, cast out, change national allegiance, deport, drive from one's native land, eject, exclude, exile, expel, leave one's country, renounce citizenship, renounce rights of citizenship, send away, transport, withdraw from one's native land
Associated concepts: aliens, citizenship, deportation
See also: alien, banish, deport, dislodge, displace, eliminate, exclude, expel, pariah, relegate, remove, seclude
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Career capital during international work experiences: Contrasting self-initiated expatriate experiences and assigned expatriation.
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For his part, the Syrian expatriate and MP at the Brazilian parliament Ra'ad Masouh, highlighting the confidence which President al-Assad has in Syria and its future, stressing that this confidence will reflect positively on the members of the Syrian community.
The provisions generally apply to individuals who expatriate on or after the date of enactment.
The act applies to individuals who expatriate on or after the date of enactment.
In addition to Michoacan and Zacatecas, the federal government has also implemented a plan to allow expatriates to vote.
The number of expatriates in the Governorate of Muscat reached 828.
The Invesco survey of asset managers showed that contrary to popular belief, the average stay of various expatriate groups in GCC countries are longer, with non-resident Indians (NRIs) exceeding 15 years.
For Western expatriates, zero per cent personal tax rates were cited as the key driver and many advisers explained that the rate was not only attractive relative to home markets (such as the UK) but also attractive relative to other expatriate centres (such as Singapore).
In terms of families, 42,454 are in spouse visas and 66,728 are expatriate children.
The size of expatriate remittances worldwide is about $80bn annually, according to the Director of the Migration and Remittances Unit at the World Bank (WB), Dilip Ratha.
The total number of expatriate workers in Oman registered a significant decline by the end of August 2014 compared to July 2014.