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repatriation

a person's return, voluntary or otherwise, to the country of which he is a national.
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The most recent batch of repatriated OFWs are among the 10,000 overstaying OFWs that DFA-OMWA and the Embassy are working hard to repatriate as soon as possible.
The most recent batch of repatriated OFWs are among the 10,000 overstaying OFWs that the DFA-Office of Migrant Workers Affairs (OMWA) and the Embassy are working to repatriate.
com/40512758/heres-why-apple-wont-buy-netflix-when-it-repatriates-its-billions) told Fast Company that Apple will only repatriate half of its overseas money in 2018.
Far from the bountiful land promised in propaganda, repatriates encountered poor housing, shortages, poverty, and isolation.
Khan not only repatriates bodies but also makes sure to provide financial assistance to the deceased's family to help them survive after the death of their breadwinner.
Repatriates often face severe challenges to reintegrate back to the headquarters organisation and to the home culture, and resent the lack of support offered by the organisations (Nery-Kjerfve & McLean 2012).
Del Rosario expressed appreciation for the repatriates "quick decision" to return home due to the situation in Yemen.
The largest number of repatriates has been settled in South Kazakhstan region - 21.
The timeframe creates problems for our repatriates, who have been living in South Africa and aren't covered by an insurance plan and don't receive benefits, either from the country they are coming from or the Cyprus Republic," said Fakontis after his Committee had discussed the matter on Thursday.
I thought it must be a mistake,'' the 75-year-old former aide to the vice premier and member of the Committee for Welcoming Repatriates from Japan recalled in a recent interview with Kyodo News at a Seoul hotel.
Repatriates understand how the company is perceived in another country and are part of a global social network that can advance the company's business around the world (Downes & Thomas, 1999).
The ministry plans to set up a center in Tokyo for repatriates and their families who have spent more than three years in the country to foster their economic independence, ministry officials said.