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EMIGRANT. One who quits his country for any lawful reason, with a design to settle elsewhere, and who takes his family and property, if he has any, with him. Vatt. b. 1, c. 19, Sec. 224.

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Emigrant associations based on specific professions create many of the advantages associated with economic clusters: in business terms, their members have more in common than do the members of social organizations, so they tend to make more and better joint investments.
One of the first gestures that emigrants were instructed to learn on arriving in America, as described by Irish emigrant Tom Brick in 1902, was to take off their caps to salute the Statue of Liberty as they passed it.
New York Private Bank & Trust (NYPB&T) and its operating bank, Emigrant, has announced that Maria T.
It became Britain's most important international passenger port and probably the greatest emigrant port in world history, with some nine million people passing through in the period 1830 to 1930.
FIA team conducted a raid near Police station Kundian at Mianwali and arrested Five persons including Asadullah r/o Kila Mian Singh Gujranwala (Intending emigrant), Khubyb r/o Gujranwala (Intending emigrant), Muhammad Mushtaq r/o Gujranwala (Intending emigrant), Abdullah r/o Gujranwala (Intending emigrant), Ghulam Mustafa s/o Muhammad Ibrahim r/o Quetta (Driver of Bus) (Intending emigrants) were thoroughly checked and found travelling without documents.
Currently, he said each Intending emigrant at the respective Protectorate of Emigrants Office was being verified/registered through emigrants biometric verification system, adding, 'It will provide the Ministry a database to access complete and accurate information of outgoing Emigrants and Licensed Overseas Employment Promoters (OEP).
(TAP) -- The study "Talent Abroad: A Review of Tunisian Emigrants", produced by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD); in partnership with the Lemma project, the results of which were presented at a conference Monday in Tunis gave an overview of Tunisian emigrant numbers and their socio-demographic characteristics.
A spokesperson of the ministry said that media reports quoted that NICOP is not a requirement anymore for overseas Pakistanis, whereas ministry has only issued directions to not demand NICOP from emigrant workers for registration at its Protectorate of Emigrants Offices.
The Ministry's spokesperson said media reports had quoted recently that NICOP was not a requirement anymore for overseas Pakistanis, whereas the ministry had only issued directions not to demand NICOP from emigrant workers for registration at its Protectorate of Emigrants Offices.
The ministry's spokesperson said that media reports had quoted recently that NICOP was not a requirement anymore for overseas Pakistanis, whereas the ministry had only issued directions of not demanding NICOP from emigrant workers for registration at its Protectorate of Emigrants Offices.
NEW YORK: Emigrant Bank's subsidiary EB Safe, LLC will exercise its right of first refusal and will acquire the 25% stake that it does not already own in majority-owned subsidiary, Fiduciary Network, LLC, from former members of FN's management team.
"Starting from 01.01.2019, no Indian emigrant holding Non-Emigration Check Required (Non-ECR) passport, would be allowed to go the 18 countries for employment, without prior registration in eMigrate, as a measure of extending protection and ensuring their welfare overseas.