Home Country


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Home Country

The country in which one was born, regardless of where one currently lives. One's home country may have tax and other consequences. For example, one born in the United States is a citizen of the United States and so may be taxed on worldwide income, whether or not one lives there.
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37% of respondents send money to their home country to support family and friends
With respect to supervision by home country authorities, the Federal Reserve previously has determined that Taiwan Cooperative is subject to comprehensive supervision on a con solidated basis by its home country supervisor, the Financial Supervisory Commission ("FSC").
The police contacted her husband in his home country and directed him to send money for his wife and children.
New Zealand government had sought to waive the man's diplomatic immunity so he could be tried in the country, but his home country refused.
The police are working with the authorities to hand over the accused to his home country.
Under the proposal, the costs of closing down a bank in the first year of operation would be fully covered by a fund set up by the home country where the bank resides.
The appeal judges ruled there was "a real risk of publication in the home country, with consequent risk of vigilante action against him".
If you live outside your home country your estate is governed by a minimum of three sets of laws: your home country law, the laws of the country your assets are located in and private international law.
Another resident -- an Indian -- is wanted by the police in his home country following a case filed against him and his family by his wife under the draconian Domestic Violence Act of India.
Customers who buy any Nivea products worth QR20 from any Safari Group outlet in Qatar are eligible for a raffle draw for a return air ticket to their home country under the "Buy & Fly" offer.
The survey found that respondents have a strong home country bias and a preference to invest closer to home in the near term.