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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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She added that the process would also eliminate the use of forged documents to process Business Permit and Expatriate Quota.
Peng (2018) noted that the cost of each expatriate failure is between $250,000 and $1,000,000 dollars, which is remarkably high.
At a press conference in Medani, the capital of Gezira State, he disclosed that large efforts are led by the government to restore the confidence of Sudanese nationals working abroad through 28 packages in the economic and service sectors for expatriates, provided through the departments of the organ to improve the conditions of expatriates and to raise their revenues.
The real focus should be on the number of job opportunities that the expatriate will create for Kenyans.
Rana Arbid, Lebanese national and financial expert, said: "I think this is an attractive and relatively easy and risk-free proposal for expatriate employees to make long-term savings for college tuitions, home purchase, retirement plans and also lower their tax liability in their native countries.
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He said the government had appointed an overseas Pakistani as Chairman BoG of OPF, who is well aware of the problems of expatriate Pakistanis, for welfare of Pakistanis living abroad.
Are they going to retain all their expatriate workers by paying the fees or will they gradually retrench workers to cut costs?
Members of the Committee discussed the situations of the Syrian expatriates abroad and means of coordinating their activities with the Ministry, and studying the possibility of appointing trade & commercial attache for the Syrian embassies, in addition to opening new gates for exporting the Syrian products.
The reason expatriates find it even more attractive is because of the wonderful multi-racial community that coexists in harmony.
The report issued by the National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI) revealed that expatriate workers in the Sultanate are distributed across three sectors: government, private and family sectors including 1,564,532 males and 199,178 females.
In the literature of expatriate management, "expatriate failure" has been a topic of particular interest to several researchers.