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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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Welfare use by illegal immigrant households is certainly a concern, but the bigger issue is welfare use by legal immigrants," said Steven Camarota, the Center's Director of Research and author of the report.
In fact, technology is already beginning to displace immigrant labor in agriculture, bringing costs down and causing an overabundance of workers in many agricultural areas.
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.
Berenice and Rufino say that they will keep working for immigrant rights.
North Bay is making its best sales pitch to encourage immigrant entrepreneurs to come north.
Immigrant advocates add that it's in the best interest of all parties to stand behind the legalization of immigrants.
A typical comment in the Baltimore Sun: "The Italian immigrant would be no more objectionable than some others were it not for his singularly bloodthirsty disposition, and frightful temper and vindictiveness.
have campaigned for an approach that mixes new options for immigrant laborers with beefed-up enforcement, but neither has made much headway.
Holder, for example, in his "The Rise of the West Indian Politician in New York City, 1900-1952," gives a brief overview of Caribbean immigrant political activity, but his article is brief and incomplete.
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