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immigrant

noun alien, expatriate, foreigner, incomer, migrant, naturalized citizen, newcomer, resident alien, settler
Associated concepts: immigration law
See also: alien, foreign
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When Robert Wagner running for Mayor in 1952 found it difficult to name a running mate for Manhattan's Borough presidency, Bruce was there with African American Assemblyman Hulan Jack, (an immigrant from St.
Previous studies have identified that immigrant teachers must bridge any differences in educational cultures, by juxtaposing their own self-knowledge with the social norms of others (LoBianco, 1999).
What does it mean to be a seminary in mission in this context so that all people, regardless of ethnic heritage, immigrant status, or native language, are valued and esteemed as children of God?
These studies have played an invaluable role in placing the issue of immigrant language barriers at the center of research and policy debates on welfare-to-work issues.
Fairchild demonstrates that immigrant medical inspections varied--and produced different rates of exclusion--between entrance points on the East Coast, the West Coast, the Canadian and Mexican borders, the Gulf Coast, and in the United States' island possessions.
Recent immigrants in the Hamilton metropolitan area: a comparative portrait based on the 2001 census, Ottawa: Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
The new findings indicate that the stress encountered by new immigrants, often a function of poverty and cultural unfamiliarity, doesn't provoke psychiatric disorders.
html provides information on Angel Island, the West Coast immigrant station in San Francisco Bay.
Chief among these changes is how the permanence of the immigrant population has changed markedly over the last two decades.
In addition to the 4,200 immigrants from the Ukraine and 4,500 immigrants from Russia, around 6,000 immigrants arrived from France this year, more than any other country.
If farmers in the United States hope to compete in a global market, they must shun illegal immigrant labor and look toward technological advantages.
Immigrant supporters said the move is an effort by the Bush administration to appear tough on undocumented immigrants as Congress appears ready to take up immigration reform, coupled with the the president's State of the Union address.