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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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Twelve expatriots are competing for two seats, while the Abu Dhabi Government is expected to appoint six more members after the election is completed.
Early Greek elegy was written by and for aristocrats, and Hellenistic epigram was generally written by Greek expatriots for their Ptolemaic patrons.
The conference will focus on capacity of expatriots, attraction of investments into agricultural projects with help of expatriots.
It is thanks to Sainsbury's Alnwick store manager Debra Thurley that 21st Century drinkers are getting a taste for the Victorian style of beer originally brewed for export to expatriots during the days of the Indian Raj.
Bouthaina Shaaban is the expatriots minister of Syria.
In this sense, Lawrence's short novel serves as a reminder that "the lost generation" remains as applicable to the winning and losing soldiers stationed in the Rhineland in 1921 as it more famously applies to the expatriots and artists on the Left Bank of Paris so memorably recalled by Hemingway.
With as many as 100,000 Irish-born residents in Birmingham, the city has been targeted by charities wanting to raise awareness of entitlements to expatriots, as potentially having thousands of victims of child abuse.
The fewer expatriots we can have there, the better off we are.
Undoubtedly, many outsiders, including the phalanxes of foreign economic, administrative, health and education advisors, governmental and NGOs, green-peace lawyers, business people, (2) and indeed, the former expatriots who became the citizens of PNG, are married to PNG individuals, have children, property, they all contribute to the coagulation of numerous PNG tribal life-worlds into a semblance of an independent nation state.
He has thus understood from the outset the importance of allowing locals to largely determine the destiny of both Asda and Wal-Mart Germany, while insisting that expatriots remain in the background.
On page 72 there appears to be either a minor translation error or an unfortunate selection of the equivalent in English when translating from the original in Spanish: "Many expatriots [sic] chose the United States as the new training ground for the last and final assault" [my emphasis].
At that time Paris was the capitol of the art world, filled with expatriots and salons," recalls Shankar.