Expatriate

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Expatriate

An employee who is a U.S. citizen living and working in a foreign country.

Expatriate

An employee at a company who is a citizen of another country. Some governments require companies hiring expatriates to show cause that the job could not be performed by a local citizen. Expatriates are generally subject to taxation only in the country where they are working, though citizens of the United States often must pay American taxes as well as local taxes, depending on their levels of income. See also: Foreign Tax Credit.
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28) The Strahan-Hall correspondence(29) and the work of McDougall and others regarding booksellers' links with America points to the importance of colonial contacts, who were often expatriots.
21) His location in Pictou put him in a position to serve his fellow Scottish expatriots with greater attention than could the merchants of Halifax, and he undertook this role with the diligence of an astute businessman, demonstrating firm religious and Scottish values.
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That way, no matter who Kaercher assigns, clients can trust that their tough tasks will be handled--such as placing an emergency property coverage over a weekend, or landing benefits for an expatriot employee of a sister company after underwriters turned them down three other times.
He names as central the writings of playwrights Beckett, Adamov, Ionesco, Genet, and Pinter, who were part of an international group of expatriot "individualists," living largely in Paris.
John Hittinger perceptively notes that Maritain's Man and State, like Leo Strauss's Natural Right and History and Eric Voegelin's New Science of Politics, (18) was a post-World War II book written by an expatriot European that originally appeared as a Walgreen Lecture and, finally, aimed to "show, through the recovery of classical and medieval thought, the true foundation of modern liberal democracy.
As well as the All Stars team, Dubai's multi-cultural expatriot fans will be able to cheer on their favourites, with each Test playing nation putting forward a team for the lucrative event.
Indeed, as readers of African novels, the American literary tourist might be difficult to distinguish from the Nigerian or Igbo expatriot (in Elvis Oke's terms); of common transnational class and education, these two parts of the international novel-reading stratum may both require a gloss of the word chi.
After rebuilding brick by brick, a British expatriot with a passion for gardening was inspired to plant raspberry bushes.